Accepting applications for qualified special education or literacy teachers for the 2020-2021 school year.
It is expected that all teachers will have at least a Bachelor’s Degree and will complete a Master’s Degree in an appropriate instructional area (i.e. special education, literacy) and will apply for a Connecticut State certification in their instructional assignment area.
Applicants should upload their resume and letter of intent on our website.
The teacher plays an integral role in the instructional program by working with students, providing high quality instruction that meets the needs of each child in his/her class. Close collaboration with colleagues ensures that the ‘team’ approach vital to each child’s success at Eagle Hill is supported. The school mission, philosophy, and culture are grounded in a belief in the worth of every individual and the importance of treating all with respect and support, and the teacher is expected to embrace this collaborative viewpoint through his/her daily interaction with all members of the Eagle Hill community.
Full-time teaching at Eagle Hill School:
School day is from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
After 2 p.m., when the academic day ends, full-time teachers are involved in coaching, teaching an afternoon activity (i.e. cooking, drama, photography), or proctoring study halls
All full-time faculty members have a two-week winter and two-week spring break (usually, the last two weeks of March)
Each new full-time teacher is assigned a veteran Master Teacher as a mentor.
About Eagle Hill School
Eagle Hill School, a life-changing experience, offers children who learn differently the opportunity to grow into capable, resilient students with the self-confidence and character necessary to meet the challenges they will face beyond Eagle Hill.