MISSION:The mission of Canterbury School is to develop the whole child by challenging the mind and nourishing the spirit in a diverse community guided by Judeo-Christian values.
FACULTY EXPECTATIONS: Successful teachers at Canterbury are passionate, innovative, and dedicated members of the Canterbury community who embrace the mission and traditions of the School while always striving for excellence. Teachers must be committed to professional growth and the growth of each student.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
Teach art classes to students in grades 4-8 (approximately 16 classes weekly).
Work with colleagues on interdisciplinary assignments and projects.
Collaborate on art support for all-school traditions and programs.
Write scheduled report card comments for all students.
Manage the MS art studio and materials.
Help with all-school art shows and displays in concert with the lower school art specialist.
Help connect Canterbury to the greater Greensboro area’s art community.
Manage the MS art budget.
Perform student supervisory duties as assigned.
Artists should share interest via email w/resume to Paul Andrichuk, Middle School Director:
Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in art or a related field.
A range of experiences in art media with concentration in 2-D studio work.
Experience teaching students during sustained studio time across several media.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Positive attitude and growth mindset, personally and professionally.
Healthy sense of humor.
About Canterbury School
Canterbury School was founded in 1993 as a co-educational Episcopal day school and serves 380 students from PreK through 8th grade. Our PreK-8th grade structure: concentrates resources on the education of young children; our small size means every child is individually known and loved; we educate the whole child: mind, body and spirit; and as an Episcopal School, we have a tradition of strong academics in an environment that values diversity.