Loyola School is a Jesuit, Catholic, independent, coeducational, college preparatory secondary school located in New York City, with a student enrollment of approximately 200 young men and women. Founded in 1900 with the unique combination of the strengths of both the Jesuit and American Independent School traditions, Loyola is the only Jesuit coeducational high school in the New York City / Tri-State area. The educational program at Loyola aims to form students into young men and women who are contemplatives in action, and committed to justice. Loyola School challenges its students across all dimensions of their education at a spiritual, intellectual, physical and socio-emotional level. It is an education of the head, heart and hands.
Loyola seeks a full time teacher of Mathematics for the academic year beginning September 2018. Teachers at Loyola hold students accountable to high levels of academic excellence in a rigorous college preparatory program, and this should be reflected in their own professional standards and commitment. Some experience in Jesuit/Catholic education is preferred, and a commitment to the mission of Jesuit education is required.
A Master's degree in the fields of Mathematics or Education is preferred.
In the tradition of cura personalis (care for each individual across each of their dimensions), Loyola's teachers are also expected to participate and be engaged in the life of the school outside the classroom; an ability and desire to contribute to the co-curricular and spiritual life of the school is required.