Job Opportunities


We are currently taking applications for the following positions:

  • K4 TEACHER and FIRST GRADE TEACHER: We are seeking candidates who are committed to providing an excellent classical, Christian education in a loving and nurturing environment. Duties include but are not limited to lesson planning and implementation, classroom management, communication with parents, and participation in faculty meetings and other aspects of the school community. Three to five years of experience teaching in an early childhood setting are preferable, and a college degree is required. Candidates must love the Lord, love children, and desire to provide biblical, gospel-filled instruction, correction, and encouragement. The K4 position is part time from 7:35-12:30 Monday-Friday during the school year. The first grade position is full time from 7:35-3:15 Monday-Friday during the school year. 
  • PART-TIME TEACHING AND MATH AIDE POSITIONS in pre-algebra, algebra, advanced math, pre-calculus, and calculus. The hours for these positions are from 10:45-11:50 M-F. Candidates for these positions must be able to either teach classes or assist individuals and give instruction to small groups of students in pre-algebra, algebra, advanced algebra, pre-calculus,and/or calculus.


We are a rapidly growing school and always welcome applications for all grade levels and subjects.  Applications will be kept on file for one year and considered as positions become available.

Qualified applicants shall have a firm understanding and enthusiasm for classical methodology and its practical application across the disciplines. Demonstrated teaching gifts, a love for students, and an authentic and growing relationship with Jesus Christ are required. Three years of classroom experience is preferred. 

Qualified applicants should direct their resume and cover letter to Mrs. Laurie Thigpen, Head of School, and Mrs. Dawn Russell, Assistant Head of School, via their office manager Marcia Kuhn (



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