The High School High Scholar (HS)2 program at Colorado Rocky Mountain School is currently hiring mathematics teachers for the following positions for the 2019 five-week summer session:
Algebra 2 – two sections
Calculus AB – two sections
Calculus BC – one section
The 2019 (HS)2 program runs June 22 to July 27, with faculty arriving on campus Tuesday, June 18 and departing between July 27-29.
Each section of mathematics will be taught for two hours per day, M-F for a total of 10 hours per week if teaching one section (approximately 50 hours over the course of the summer). Applicants are encouraged to consider teaching two sections if possible.
Established in 2007, High School High Scholar (HS)2 is a rigorous STEM-based summer enrichment program at Colorado Rocky Mountain School that transforms the lives of promising high school students from underserved communities by inspiring them to reach their full potential, preparing them for college and empowering them for success in the world.
To APPLY or for more INFORMATION, visit our webpage, or contact Cindy Blachly by email firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 970-963-2562 x134.
Opportunity to teach highly motivated students and to spend five weeks working and playing in the mountains and on the rivers and trails surrounding Carbondale, Colorado. Housing includes a room in a faculty dormitory with shared bathroom. Meals are thoughtfully planned and prepared by the CRMS kitchen. Welcoming, supportive and inclusive community. Colorado Rocky Mountain School is an equal opportunity employer.
Applicants must have at least two years of experience teaching subject content. Strong candidates have significant teaching experience, a mastery of mathematics, a love of working with high school students, and an interest in mentoring first-generation college-bound students.
Additional Salary Information: Includes room and board
About Colorado Rocky Mountain School
The Colorado Rocky Mountain School (CRMS) is a college-preparatory independent high school located thirty miles northwest of Aspen in the mountains of western Colorado. CRMS’s average enrollment is 175 students in grades 9-12 from various countries. Key to the underpinnings of our progressive and experiential program is close faculty-student relationships and a skill-based academic curriculum balanced with outdoor activities that challenge young people to develop skills, judgment, responsibility, as well as a service ethic. Also significant are tasks related to daily life and the well being of the community. Our balanced curriculum of rigorous college-preparatory courses, wilderness education, and service learning, all in a residential setting, allows students to cultivate academic excellence, critical thinking, and community-mindedness.