The Academy at Penguin Hall, a college preparatory school for young women in grades 9-12, seeks a creative, dynamic, Humanities Teacher with broad experience in teaching both English and History, preferably in an independent school setting. The ideal candidate sees the benefit of a holistic student-centered approach to education and is able to provide a rich, differentiated learning environment for students that promotes creative problem-solving and thinking skills. A candidate passionate about teaching issues of equity and inclusion through the study of both Western and non-Western cultures is highly desirable.
Full-time faculty members at The Academy teach five classes and serve as faculty advisors and club and activity sponsor outside of the classroom. Candidates with independent school experience, a commitment to staying up to date on current pedagogical practices within their discipline, and a desire to create a interdisciplinary curriculum are strongly encouraged to apply.
About The Academy at Penguin Hall
The Academy at Penguin Hall’s Mission is to educate, enlighten and empower young women to live and to lead exemplary lives.
The Academy at Penguin Hall is an independent, college preparatory secondary school for young women which is committed to developing the whole person; intellectually, spiritually, socially, physically and creatively.