Hopewell Academy is an international private school in Cary, North Carolina that provides a challenging and supportive environment for students. With small classes and personalized attention our students become confident and responsible twenty-first century learners who achieve academic success in a multinational college preparatory environment. The Cary, North Carolina private school landscape continues to thrive and Hopewell’s expansion and new campus investment show that we are growing to meet those needs. Low tuition rates, small class size, and high student engagement are reasons why we are an outstanding fit for families.
This position is responsible for daily instruction in math and science to middle school students. This includes using a designated curriculum to plan and implement meaningful learning experiences that include an emphasis on collaboration, communication, problem solving, critical thinking, and relationship building.
• Highly qualified teachers will have a master's degree in the subject or a related field and will be state certified in the subject area instruction. Qualified teachers may have lesser degrees.
• Three years of middle school teaching experience.
• Knowledgeable about current educational practices and methods.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills and organizational skills.
• Plan, prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning of all students.
• Encourage and monitor the progress of individual students and use information to adjust teaching strategies.
• Schedule and conduct conferences with students, parents, and colleagues to provide information on student progress and student needs.
• Integrate technology into the curriculum.
• Participate actively in the work of the department and the school on curriculum development and the improvement of student achievement.
• Participate actively in the work of the grade level and across grade levels to coordinate curricular and extracurricular offerings.
• Participate in appropriate professional activities.
• Maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and disciplinary systems of the school.
• Attend school functions such as athletic events, class plays, fundraisers, awards ceremonies, commencement, and fundraisers.
• Work to advance the position of the school in the community.
• Prepare complete lessons plans for substitute teachers.
• Perform additional daily duties that may or may not directly relate to the subject area or licensure field.
• 10-month, full-time position, August – June.
• Salary is determined based on the local classroom teacher salary schedule.
Email or mail a letter of interest, current resume, and recent salary history as well as information on any special training or certifications to: