Teach three sections of 6th-grade Humanities, an integrated English and Social Studies course.
Maintain the highest quality of instruction and expectations for students.
Effectively evaluate and communicate student progress using both formal and informal means.
Serve as co-advisor for one cohort of 12-13 students.
Fulfill student supervisory duties as needed.
Attend faculty meetings, chapel, and other required school events.
Skills and Competencies:
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Commitment to early adolescent education
Awareness of differentiated learning and teaching styles; familiarity with project-based learning is a plus
Eagerness to work in an all-boy environment and embrace the School’s mission
Facility with online instruction in case the school or grade needs to return to Distance Learning
Bachelor’s degree in English or history
Advanced degree in English or history and a CA teaching credential
3+ years teaching English or history
Teaching English or history at the middle school level
Google Suite including Classroom
Experience teaching online courses
About Cathedral School for Boys
Cathedral School for Boys, founded in 1957, strives to provide education in the best tradition of the Episcopal Church and in consonance with the mission of Grace Cathedral. We believe that this education is derived from three main sources: the highest academic and personal standards humanely applied; building a diverse community united in its concern for the school and for the world; and an active engagement with religion and the spiritual dimension.
To provide an excellent education for boys at the elementary level.
To attract a diverse student body of strong academic potential.
To provide a school committed to intellectual inquiry and rigor, centered in the Episcopal tradition, respectful of and welcoming to people of all religious traditions and beliefs.
To develop social responsibility through exemplary programs of outreach and service.
To create a community bonded by open-heartedness, hope, compassion and concern.