A learning community committed to discovering and developing individual potential, preparing each student for success in college and life.
Located in Wilmington, NC, Cape Fear Academy is southeastern North Carolina’s premier PK3-12 independent school. A learning community of about 640 students and 100+ faculty and staff members, CFA is guided by the mission of discovering and developing individual potential. To accomplish this goal, CFA offers students an impressive array of opportunities in academics, the visual and performing arts, and athletics. Our 27-acre campus has state-of-the-art facilities that provide a rich and inspiring physical environment for students to explore and develop their passions. More important, CFA boasts a committed faculty and staff who live the school’s mission in their daily interactions with students.
Teachers at Cape Fear Academy deliver high quality instruction that emphasizes critical thinking, written and oral communication, and collaboration in a technology-rich environment. CFA’s academic curriculum, recorded in an online mapping system, establishes clear, coordinated goals for each course and grade level while still allowing teachers the freedom to be creative and innovative in their instructional choices. Academic departments in grades 6-12 foster collaborative decisions about curriculum, materials, and departmental goals. This high level of collegiality as well as support for continuous professional development make CFA an ideal place to grow professionally.
All members of the CFA community are familiar with and expected to uphold and foster the core values of respect, integrity, resilience, and accountability. These core values are the cornerstone for a newly-developed leadership program that empowers students to develop leadership skills, enabling them to go further in school and in life.
Applications are now being accepted for a Teacher Assistant Grade 4 Full-Time:
Position is in our Lower School
For the 2019-2020 Academic Year
With direction from the classroom teacher, work in small groups or one-on-one to assist in differentiation of instruction and meeting the needs of each child.
Provide regular feedback to the classroom teacher regarding the performance and behavior of students.
Assume teacher’s role when he/she must leave the room for short periods of time.
Refer parents’ questions concerning progress of individual children to the appropriate teacher.
Perform clerical duties as required.
Enter grades into the grading system.
Carry out any other duties and tasks assigned by the teacher.
Education: Bachelor’s degree required
Experience: Three or more years of experience working with children required.
Salary and Benefits: A competitive compensation and benefits program.