The Hill School seeks a full time faculty member to teach 6th grade World Cultures and Geography and 7th grade American History and to coach middle school sports. Candidates should demonstrate experience with and enthusiasm for working with middle school students in a variety of roles and for collaborating with other faculty members. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience and level of responsibility; this will include health care, retirement benefits, and possible tuition remission.
About The Hill School
ABOUT THE SCHOOL:
The Hill School is an independent, co-educational JK-8 day school founded in 1926 and is located on a 137 acre campus overlooking the historic town of Middleburg, Virginia. The school emphasizes a strong academic program and universal participation in athletics, fine and performing arts, and a place-based education program. In addition to administrative and classroom buildings, the campus includes a performing arts center, an art building, a music and lunchroom building, a natural science center, five athletic fields, a one-mile jogging trail, an outdoor amphitheater, an arboretum, and an abundance of natural spaces. The Hill School is a non-profit organization (501c3) operated under the guidelines of the Commonwealth of Virginia and is accredited by the Virginia Association of Independent Schools.
ABOUT THE CULTURE:
The Hill School is a service-rich environment that fosters openness and trust between administration, faculty, parents and students. Every staff member is deeply committed to the school’s mission and takes a highly involved approach in day to day operations to ensure that students have a rich and fulfilling educational experience. The culture... prizes honesty, humility, empathy and compassion balanced with forthright communication and sensible expectations. Successful employment at The Hill School means exhibiting these qualities with everyone, every day.