Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart provides a diverse and rigorous college preparatory environment that inspires young women to become confident, compassionate, global leaders. As a member of an international network of more than 150 schools, Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart educates to the following Sacred Heart Goals: a personal and active faith in God, a deep respect for intellectual values, a social awareness that impels one to action, the building of community as a Christian value, and personal growth in an atmosphere of wise freedom.
Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart welcomes girls, staff and faculty, and families into an inclusive global learning environment, which respects and strives for diversity, openness, understanding and acceptance of all persons. Candidates must have experience working with a diverse constituency and share a commitment to learning and promoting best practices in girls education.
Responsibilities: Forest Ridge High School is an independent all-girls high school in the Catholic tradition with a rigorous academic curriculum. The High School faculty has taken pride in designing an integrated, global curriculum as a replacement for the more traditional IB or AP. Applicants should understand and support the all-girls identity of the school and have a particular passion for ensuring girls believe they are and can be mathematicians. The majority of FR students come in having taken Algebra, and we offer a myriad of choices to ensure successful trajectories for math students of all aptitudes. All instructors in the Mathematics department can confidently teach across the math curriculum and are excited to help drive and form our new-girl centric mathematics curriculum.
Other duties include: Ongoing support of their students through individual help sessions and as part of the Math Lab team of adults, collaborating with department members and other faculty; serving as leader to a small Advisory group, and assuming responsibility for at least one other extracurricular activity or faculty committee. All mathematics teachers are expected to attend grade level, faculty, and school meetings and strive to integrate the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Schools into their interactions with students, colleagues, and the greater community.
The ideal candidate has a degree in math (or a related field), and experience teaching a variety of math courses to high school students. As Forest Ridge is a one-to-one laptop school, experience with technology is also preferred. A Masters degree in a related field, as well as work experience outside education, would be another plus for the right candidate.
Application Process: Applicants should email the required information to Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart: 1) application form (click here to download or see the employment section on our website at www.forestridge.org) 2) cover letter and 3) resume to Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, Cheri Higman, Mathematics Department Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This position is open until filled.
Additional Salary Information: Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding employees through a competitive compensation and benefits package.
About Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
Founded in 1907, Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart is a Catholic, all-girls, independent, college-preparatory school serving students grades 5 through 12. As a member of the worldwide Network of Sacred Heart Schools, we educate each student to the following goals: a personal and active faith in God, a deep respect for intellectual values, a social awareness which impels to action, the building of community as a Christian value, and personal growth in an atmosphere of wise freedom.
Forest Ridge provides a challenging academic environment that embraces students of diverse cultural, religious and socio-economic backgrounds. We develop confident young women who are responsible, creative and compassionate. Our community strives to bring hope and justice to the world.