Our school seeks a professional, experienced and passionate educator to teach mathematics to Middle School grades 7th and 8th. The qualified candidate will have teaching experience at the middle school level, background, interest, and passion for teaching math, and a bachelor’s degree in a related educational field. Successful candidates will have sound pedagogical skills, highly developed writing and organizational skills, experience teaching pre-algebra and algebra, a growth mindset, positive resolve, follow through, and the desire to build positive and meaningful relationships with students in a manner consistent with our child-centered, integrated, and developmentally appropriate curriculum. Position also entails homeroom and advisory responsibilities at the middle school level.
Candidates should have patience, highly developed writing and organizational skills, and the desire to build positive and meaningful relationships with students in a manner consistent with our child-centered, integrated, and developmentally appropriate curriculum. Candidates should have experience working in a diverse setting and demonstrate a commitment to co-creating a racially just and inclusive learning community. Advanced degree preferred but not required.
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Mail to: Ryan Kimmet
Associate Head of School
Greene Street Friends School
5511 Greene Street
Philadelphia PA 19144
About Greene Street Friends School
Founded in 1855, Greene Street Friends School has operated continuously in central Germantown section of Philadelphia. The school’s curriculum emphasizes Quaker values, academic strength, and cultural competence. Greene Street graduates attend the top private and public magnet high schools, the largest percentage attending Central High School. Since the mid-1960’s the school has implemented a mission-based business model that prioritizes financial accessibility, with an enrollment of 45% - 55% students of color. Over the past twenty years, the school has doubled both in enrollment and campus size. Current enrollment is 320 students on a campus of three acres. The annual budget is $5M, no debt.