Episcopal High School in Houston seeks a Learning Specialist (with a concentration in math), who will support the Director of Academic Assistance in the many facets of the office including, but are not limited to, the following:
reviewing diagnostic testing and creating educational plans for students with learning differences
managing the Academic Assistance Program (AAP)
overseeing applications for extended time SAT/ACT testing
organizing and overseeing extended time testing for the PSAT, midyear exams, and final exams.
In addition to being responsible for at least one AAP class during the school day, the Learning Specialist will provide individual help to AAP and other students struggling in math and to math faculty in working with students with learning differences.
EHS seeks candidates with a strong educational background and a demonstrated commitment to working with young people and collaborating with colleagues. Special education certification or experience is preferred. The successful candidate will support the School’s mission in providing opportunities for each student to reach his or her maximum intellectual, ethical, social, and spiritual potential.
Interested candidates are asked to visit the school's website at www.ehshouston.org and to e-mail a letter, resume, and contact information of four references to Mr. Kim Randolph (Principal) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Episcopal High School in Houston
Founded in 1983, Episcopal High School of Houston is a four-year coeducational day school within the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. The school community is faith-centered and provides instruction to college-bound students with a wide range of abilities. The strong academic program is complemented by extensive offerings in the arts, religion, and athletics. Episcopal is located on a 35-acre campus in the suburban residential community of Bellaire, which is surrounded by Houston.
Enrollment – 730 students total
Faculty – 98 men and women, with 60% holding advanced degrees.
Average class size – 15
Schedule – On an academic semester calendar with seven periods and lunch in a day
Financial Aid – Approximately 18-22% of students receive financial aid.
College Attendance – Generally, 99% of Episcopal High School graduates attend a four-year college.