Miss Hall’s School inspires and encourages each girl to pursue the highest standards of learning and character; to contribute boldly and creatively to the common good; and to seek a purposeful life based on honor, respect, growth, and personal authenticity.
At Miss Hall’s School, we champion social justice; insist that all community members demonstrate respect for each other through words and actions; and affirm that diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential to learning and problem solving, discovery and personal growth, and cultivating empathy and cultural competency. Guided by these beliefs, and with the understanding that being an inclusive community requires ongoing work and commitment, we foster cross-cultural dialogue and allyship to honor and celebrate our diverse community.
A collaborative, inspiring and innovative educator, a Miss Hall's School math teacher actively participates in delivering a curriculum that emphasizes both a solid foundation in math, as well as in the integration of activity based experiences. This teacher will participate in innovative interdisciplinary curricular design with partnerships across disciplines. A math teacher can expect to teach four full-year courses and work in the Math Center as well as performing other duties related to teaching such as advising and participating in committee work.
Bachelor’s Degree in math, math education, or a related field, Master’s Degree preferred. Demonstrated interest, commitment and ability to work with students of varied academic levels and interests.
Experience teaching a variety of levels of mathematics. A demonstrated commitment to equity,inclusion and serving a diverse/global community required.
Internal Number: MT 21-22
About Miss Hall's School
Founded in 1898, Miss Hall’s School was one of the first all-girls boarding schools established in New England. Today the School is a nationally recognized, boarding and day independent secondary school that combines an exceptional college-preparatory curriculum with two acclaimed leadership programs, Horizons and the Girls’ Leadership Project. Both programs are central to our belief that, in addition to outstanding academic preparation, girls need additional skills that allow them to step confidently into college and beyond, when they will be expected to communicate effectively and authentically, voice opinions with resolve and respect, and be comfortable having influence, leading change, and contributing boldly and creatively to the common good.