The Archer School for Girls is seeking full time teachers beginning in August 2018. The Archer School for Girls is an educational community that supports and challenges young women to discover their passions and realize their true potential. Serving 490 girls in grades 6-12, Archer’s joyful and ambitious program is founded on the latest research around how girls learn best.
We are currently looking for the following positions:
MS/US English Teacher
US/MS Science Teacher
US/MS World Language Teacher
US/MS Mathematics Teacher
US/MS History Teacher
Responsibilities include teaching 4-5 courses, serving as an advisor, and participating in co-curricular school activities like experiential trips, clubs, and committees.
A bachelor’s degree is necessary; a master’s degree and/or teaching credential is preferred. Candidates should have at least three years experience teaching in a student-centered classroom with a successful track record of collaboration and curricular design experience. In sum, our ideal candidate is a passionate, skillful educator and innovator who is eager to invest her/his talents in our dynamic learning community.
Beyond competitive pay and benefits, faculty enjoy working in a highly collegial, student-focused, and joyful learning community. We seek faculty who will contribute to an equitable and just learning environment. Integral to its mission, Archer has remained passionately committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive community where all students can thrive personally and academically.
The Archer School for Girls, located in West Los Angeles, CA is an independent school that provides a highly collaborative, creative, and intellectual college preparatory program for girls in grades 6-12. The School’s founders established Archer based on a compelling vision to create an educational environment that explores and refines the ways girls learn best. Archer serves as a national model for modern single-sex education and is passionately committed to cultivating a diverse and inclusive community where all students can thrive personally and academically.