Hebron Academy is seeking a dynamic, flexible, and forward-thinking faculty member to join our Mathematics department for the 2021-2022 school year.
The ideal candidate will:
facilitate student-centered learning experiences with an emphasis on Hebron's academic principles which include effective communication, adaptable learning, responsible global citizenship, and self-leadership;
be able to teach varying levels of mathematics up through and including AP Calculus;
be committed to nurturing the whole child by caring for the emotional and social needs of each student;
provide a supportive and inclusive college preparatory learning environment;
be excited to design classroom experiences that focus on students at the center of learning and value student voices;
coach or lead an after-school activity for 2-3 seasons;
participate fully in residential life including weeknight and weekend duty rotations;
be a motivated self-starter.
At Hebron Academy, students are at the center of learning. Hebron's faculty, led by our academic principles, equip students to become effective communicators, adaptable learners, responsible global citizens, and poised to lead. Our faculty participate fully in the life of the school -- as teacher, coach, dorm parent, mentor and advisor.
A bachelor's degree is required. Relevant teaching experience is preferred but other experience and qualifications will be considered. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected]
About Hebron Academy
Hebron Academy, founded in 1804, is an independent, college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades six through postgraduate. Hebron Academy's prime location offers access to the best in outdoor recreation as well as a place apart from distraction, where students have time and space to discover oneself and make true friends. Professional, caring teachers and coaches are dedicated to inspiring and guiding students to reach their highest potential in mind, body, and spirit. Visit our site at www.hebronacademy.org