Episcopal High School in Houston seeks a dynamic English teacher to begin in August 2021. Candidates with a strong educational background, a demonstrated commitment to working with young people and collaborating with colleagues, a desire for ongoing professional growth, and a willingness to participate in other areas of school life are encouraged to apply. The successful candidate will support the school’s mission in providing opportunities for each student to reach his or her maximum spiritual, intellectual, social, and ethical potential. EHS’s teaching philosophy emphasizes understanding and responding to the individual needs and capabilities of each student. As a laptop school, EHS also expects teachers to support its laptop program and be committed to using technology effectively and creatively to enhance student learning and facilitate course administration.
Interested candidates are asked to visit the school's website at www.ehshouston.org and to e-mail a letter, resume, and contact information of four professional references to Nguyet Pham (Dean of Faculty) at email@example.com and to Zach Schwarz (Assistant Dean of Faculty) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Episcopal High School in Houston
Episcopal High School of Houston, founded in 1983 and guided by the Episcopal Diocese of Texas, is an inclusive and joyful Christian community where students discover and develop their individual talents through the Four Pillars -- academics, arts, athletics, and religion --preparing for meaningful lives in service to others.
As a co-educational and college-preparatory day school, EHS is located on a 35-acre campus in the suburban residential community of Bellaire, which is surrounded by Houston.
Enrollment – 800 students
Faculty – 98 men and women, with 60% holding advanced degrees.
Average class size – 15
Schedule – On an academic semester calendar with seven periods and lunch in a day
Financial Aid – Approximately 18-22% of students receive financial aid.
College Attendance – Generally, 97% of EHS graduates attend a four-year college and 3% attend a two-year college.