Full time teaching position for a dynamic, experienced and dedicated person to teach music (vocal/instrumental) to students Pre-K through 4th grade. Applicant should have a passion for music and a passion for working with this age group.
The ideal candidate is creative and enthusiastic with strong technology skills. Private school experience is a plus.
Candidates should have:
a degree / certification in Music Education or related field
Experience teaching Early Childhood and / or Elementary Music
Experience in developing, staging and directing choral performances
Interest / experience in other supporting fields such as dance / creative movement, instrumental music, drama, etc.
Since 1971, Pulaski Academy has served as an independent, coeducational, college-preparatory learning community that prepares students academically, socially, ethically, artistically, and physically for the world that lies before them.
Located in the Pleasant Valley area of suburban west Little Rock, PA currently enrolls approximately 1300 three-year-old through twelfth grade students. The ins...titution is composed of four divisions or schools: Early Childhood School, Lower School, Middle School and Upper School. PA’s Upper School enrolls approximately 350 students in grades 9-12.
Pulaski Academy has consistently led the way and set the standard for academic excellence in the state. A strong curriculum, valued traditions, nurturing faculty, and a diverse extracurricular program enhance the educational experience for students. Graduates go on to attend some of the most competitive and highly regarded colleges across the nation. In the last five years 35 PA students have been selected as National Merit Finalists. In addition the Class of 2009 boasted a composite score of 27 on the ACT and an average of 606 on the reading, 634 on the math, and 608 on the written portions of the SAT. Members of the Class of 2009 were accepted to 116 colleges and universities in twenty-nine different states. Every 2009 graduate will attend college.
Twenty Advanced Placement and twelve honors courses are available to our Upper School students. In the three academic years prior to 2008-2009 PA had three National AP Scholars, 30 AP Scholars with Distinction, 14 AP Scholars with Honor, and 44 AP Scholars.
At the heart of Pulaski Academy is the relationship that teachers and students share. With 120 faculty members (Pre-K through 12), PA offers an impressive student faculty ratio of 11:1, providing for individual attention and a wide selection of course offerings. More than half of PA faculty members hold advanced degrees. Average faculty teaching experience is twenty years, ten of which are at PA
Core values, travel learning opportunities, and service learning projects are integral components of the dynamic curriculum. Award winning artists, musicians, and journalists receive a strong foundation within PA’s classrooms. Athletic teams contend annually for district, regional, and state championships (PA was the state champion in football in 2008-2009). And annual state and national winners in such competitions as National History Day, Model UN, and the National Peace Essay contest are a testament to the school’s talented students and dedicated faculty members.
In fall, 2008, Pulaski Academy opened the doors to an exciting, more spacious education world for its students. The school expanded its campus from fifteen to thirty-two acres and added over 180,000 square feet of facilities. Opportunities for PA students have never been greater. A larger campus translates into enhanced academic and enrichment programs, an expanded LS library, a state-of-the-art gym, extensive technology opportunities, a sizable book and spirit store, and multiple venues for the performing arts. Many of the facilities may be viewed on our website at www.pulaskiacademy.org.