The Siena School, grades 4-12, is entering its 13th year, with an expanding enrollment. The school is adding a new position that would include teaching theater classes, and directing school shows. There is also potential for teaching dance and technical theater, depending on the candidate's interest and experience. The new teacher would join an arts department that includes 2D and 3D art, photography and music. The school serves bright college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia. In recent years, the school has performed "Oliver," "Anything Goes" and "The Fantasticks" and is expanding its drama program.
Experience working with students with learning differences preferred.
The Siena School has become a national leader in educating bright, college-bound students with mild to moderate language-based learning differences. With 125 students in grades 4-12, including 40% students of color, the school has completed a new wing, increasing capacity to over 150 students. The school has presented at national and international conferences, including the NAIS Annual Conference, and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.