Oxbridge Academy is a non-profit, independent, co-ed, grades 7-12 day school in West Palm Beach, Florida. Founded in 2011, Oxbridge serves over 500 students and delivers a unique curriculum that allows students to explore a large selection of courses and programs beyond the traditional core. These include aviation, Cambridge Scholars, artificial intelligence, and a host of seminars in humanities and social science. Oxbridge faculty members are disciplinary experts and master teachers who provide opportunities for students to achieve their learning objectives, develop to their fullest potential, and live our Oxbridge values:
Teaching what is worth learning with expertise and agility.
Fostering personal discovery through guided choice within a deep, broad, and custom curriculum.
Cultivating multidimensional experiences that integrate the fine arts, athletics, and the academic disciplines.
Building an intentionally diverse and inclusive community grounded in a culture of kindness.
Engaging in meaningful partnerships with our local community and beyond.
Oxbridge is seeking a full-time, experienced Music Teacher to teach high school and middle school students, direct choir/vocal performances, and prepare students for acceptance into top college music programs. Courses taught in the music department include Chorale, Digital Music, Studio Recording, and the vocal component of Introduction to the Performing Arts. Theatre students perform in two major concerts per year and participate in various FMEA events including All State. The Oxbridge Chorale has been chosen to perform at the Epcot Carols by Candlelight, and participated at choir festivals held at some of the great concert halls in America including Carnegie Hall. Over the next few years, our curriculum will be integrated with the new middle school. The right candidate can have a substantial role in that process.
Pursue relevant professional development to maintain expertise in subject matter, curriculum development, and teaching methods.
Prepare learning activities in an environment that fosters collaboration, inquiry, innovation, and personal discovery.
Collaborate within the department, school community, and greater community on multidisciplinary projects and initiatives.
Cultivate Oxbridge’s core values of kindness, courtesy, integrity, respect, and compassion.
Advise a group of students and keep parents and legal guardians informed about student’s progress.
Additional duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree required. Advanced degree in a related field preferred.
Demonstrated ability to engage the interest of middle and high school age children.
At least three years of relevant classroom teaching experience. Ability to work well with students, parents, and all members of the Oxbridge community.
Demonstrated ability to evaluate improved learning, habits, and measurements of achievement.
Ability to maintain confidentiality and use sound judgment.
Oxbridge Academy commits to being a community characterized by civility, respect, and trust; a school that fosters the virtues of discipline, perseverance, and responsibility. Oxbridge Academy is an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity at all levels, and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, national origin, ethnic, background, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Interested candidates should apply via Indeed only - Music Teacher - Apply Here Please, no phone calls.
About Oxbridge Academy
Oxbridge Academy is a private, independent school serving grades 7-12. Regardless of their economic background, our students have access to the best teachers and technology to learn the skills they need to be tomorrow’s leaders and innovators. Teachers at Oxbridge Academy foster a lifelong love of learning, spark curiosity, encourage students to make good choices, and serve as role models. They deliver their content expertise to their assigned classes so that all students have rigorous and inclusive access to the curriculum and instruction every day to meet their learning goals. In Curriculum Coordination Teams, teachers work collaboratively on such areas as creating and revising curriculum, reviewing student work, selecting and developing instructional resources, planning and coordinating portfolio and exhibition activities, meeting with specialists, and preparing common assessments.