In our Christ-centered environment, we provide formative faith lessons and experiences, pursue academic excellence, participate in the sacramental life and devotions of the Catholic Church, offer engaging student activities, and give students opportunities for growth in virtue and character. It is through this educational plan that students are formed spiritually, intellectually, morally, and physically as they are prepared for high school and grow into disciples of Christ who are ready to respond to God’s call. It is our vocation to cultivate faith, virtue, and wisdom in children by educating the whole child. We seek to develop students into lifelong learners who wonder and are curious about the world; know how to engage it; think critically by analyzing, evaluating, and synthesizing prior knowledge with new discoveries; problem solve; make sound judgments; and then communicate these deeper understandings in a persuasive and beautiful manner. Bachelor’s degree in content area taught or Bachelor’s degree with 18 credit hours in content area taught or Bachelor’s degree with successful completion of appropriate state certification exam 2. 12 credit hours in education courses or a valid appropriate state certificate (copy of certificate must be on file)

How to Apply/Who to Contact All interested applicants should submit the following documents: Cover letter Résumé 2 professional letters of recommendation Completed two-part application- Autobiographical essay Philosophy of Classical Education Essay Applications will be accepted until position is filled. If you have any questions, please contact the Executive Assistant, Haylie Leonard, at 817-431-4845