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HS2 Summer Program- Mathematics

January 20, 2021 - April 3, 2021

The High School High Scholar [HS]2 program at Colorado Rocky Mountain School (CRMS) is a three-summer scholarship program that prepares students for college, with an emphasis on courses in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), and college counseling.
During five weeks each summer, [HS]2 scholars live and learn on the CRMS campus in Carbondale, Colorado. On weekdays, students attend six hours of academic classes. In the afternoons, they participate in the Active Program, which includes rock climbing, kayaking, and team sports, as well as art classes such as silversmithing, fused glass, and music. On weekends, the natural environment surrounding campus inspires exploration. This unique combination of challenging academics and outdoor activities contributes to the intellectual, social, and emotional growth of each [HS]2 scholar, while the boarding experience fosters independence and responsibility.
The 2021 [HS]2 program runs June 21 to July 24, with faculty and RA/TAs arriving on campus Wednesday, June 16, and departing between July 24-26.

The High School High Scholar [HS]2 program at Colorado Rocky Mountain School is currently hiring mathematics teachers for the following positions for the 2021 five-week summer session:

  • Geometry - 1 Section
  • Pre Calculus - 2 Sections
  • BC Calculus - 1 Section

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.

Responsibilities also include tutoring students during study hall three evenings per week from 7:00-9:00 pm, and chaperoning one on-campus social event and one off-campus trip during the session. Teachers do not have dormitory responsibilities.

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. Applicants will also be expected to foster a sense of inclusion and social justice in their work, ensuring all students’ sense of belonging. 

Established in 2007, High School High Scholar [HS]2 is a rigorous STEM-based summer enrichment program at Colorado Rocky Mountain School that supports first-generation and/or low-income minority students and prepares them to succeed in college by empowering them with STEM-based skills, a family of driven peers, and a space to see the light and power in their own voices.

For more information, contact program director Annie Oppenheim at [email protected]

This is an intense and rewarding opportunity to teach highly motivated students and to spend five weeks working and playing in the mountains, rivers, and trails surrounding Carbondale, Colorado.  Housing includes a room in a faculty dormitory with a 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.

To apply, click HERE.

Teaching Fellow

January 20, 2021 - April 1, 2021

The CRMS Teaching Fellow Program offers the opportunity to become fully immersed in the three integral parts of our program:
Active, Academic and Residential.

ACTIVE: Involvement in our five-day a week Active program including:
The Sports program (kayaking, climbing, mountain biking, numerous types of skiing and snowboarding activities, etc.); The Service program (ceramics, blacksmithing, bike shop, etc.); Outdoor trips, including Wilderness Orientation (10 days), Fall Trip (5 days) and Spring Trip (7 days). Interim, a week-long immersive course of study

RESIDENTIAL: Living and working in a residential dormitory, with ongoing training in residential education. Fellows also serve on a weekend duty team nine weekends per year, facilitate a weekly restriction service crew and participate in evening dorm duties averaging two to three nights a week. Teaching Fellows also assist with several Weekend Rendezvous, which provide overnight weekend adventures for our residential students.

TEACHING: Diverse experiential teaching opportunities through the Active and Residential programs as well as self-motivated classroom observation and participation in coordination with CRMS faculty member in a specific subject area

(History, Math, Modern Languages, Science, Art, Technology, College Counseling). Teaching Fellows will also be called upon to be substitute teachers, collaborate with Learning Center and to cover study halls when necessary.

 

If interested, please send a cover letter, resume and CRMS Application to:

Jessica McGrath
Colorado Rocky Mountain School
500 Holden Way, Carbondale, Colorado 81623
or electronically to [email protected]

For more information, please contact the school at 970-963-2562. Position open until filled.

Salary Information: The Teaching Fellow Program is a one-year appointment. Employment begins early August 2020 and extends through early June 2021. While at CRMS, teaching fellows will receive room and board, a season ski pass to the four areas of Aspen, a $10,000 stipend and health benefits.

High School Mathematics Position

January 18, 2021 - March 19, 2021

Colorado Rocky Mountain School is seeking an experienced upper-school mathematics teacher for the fall of 2021. Applicants should have teaching experience and, at minimum, a college degree in a math-related field.

CRMS faculty employ a student-centered approach to teaching, meeting individual student’s needs in developing an academically vibrant and skilled level of scholarship. Faculty also participate in our active program (including outdoor, sports, arts, and community service curricula) and contribute to our residential and advisory programs.

Specific Responsibilities Include:

  • Teach three to four academic courses
  • Support boarding students as a dorm parent in the evening and weekend residential program
  • Mentor a group of students as an advisor
  • Instruct active program curriculum including trips, mountain sports, and service work
  • Communicate effectively with students, parents, and colleagues
  • Foster inclusion and social justice, ensuring all students’ sense of belonging
  • Take on other duties as needed
  • Execute all duties in a timely and professional manner

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in related field; advanced degree or teaching credential preferred
  • Experience teaching middle-school or high-school mathematics
  • Demonstrated experience in the use of technology, and in integrating technological applications in the classroom
  • Cultural competencies required to promote inclusion, equity, and belonging within a diverse cultural and social framework
  • Ability to effectively engage with students as a dorm parent and advisor
  • Proficiencies related to our outdoor program, mountain sports curricula, or work crew program required. Previous institutional experience preferred.
  • Must have or be willing to obtain Wilderness First Aid or Wilderness First Responder and CPR certifications

CRMS is a college-preparatory independent boarding school located in the mountains of western Colorado. We provide students with a transformative education through an inclusive community on our campus, a rigorous academic program in our classrooms, and experiential learning on our public lands.

CRMS seeks to be a learning environment where diverse students and faculty can challenge their intellect, hone life skills, share a respect for the outdoors, and develop character. We are a community that welcomes and values differences so that we may understand, grow, and support each other in our quest for a culture of inclusion, equity, and belonging. Faculty dedicated to promoting these values, and those from diverse social and cultural backgrounds, are strongly encouraged to apply.

Salary and benefits commensurate with other Colorado boarding schools. Housing included.

To apply, complete the CRMS Employment Application, send it along with a resume, and cover letter to [email protected].

Athletic Trainer

January 11, 2021 - January 18, 2021

Dawson, a K-12 independent school of 530 students located east of Boulder on a beautiful 107-acre campus, seeks an exceptional Athletic Trainer to ensure all students, primarily in grades 9-12, who participate in athletic activities are provided with medical attention and first aid care.

 

Dawson School Mission Statement

Dawson School is dedicated to excellence of mind, body, and character. We prepare students through challenging and relevant learning, to become creative, resilient problem-solvers who bring their best to the world. 

 

Professional Qualifications.

  • Demonstrated experience as an Athletic Trainer
  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field
  • Athletic Trainer Certificate
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Formal training of bandage and brace application
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • An attitude that exemplifies teamwork and personal responsibility
  • Maintain strict confidentiality in all matters

 

Personal Qualities

  • Demonstrate enthusiasm for work with students, coaches, and parents
  • Model school virtues of respect, compassion, courage, and integrity
  • Communicate (orally and in writing) effectively with all school constituencies
  • Collaborate and work positively as a member of a team
  • Maintain a flexible schedule to accommodate daily practices, evening games, and Saturday games and practices. This includes rescheduled games.

 

Duties

  • Evaluate injuries, concussions, and play protocols
  • Contact and work with First Responder’s when needed
  • Develop and oversee rehabilitation and prevention programs
  • Other administrative duties and projects as needed

 

This is an hourly, part-time position. Monday – Friday from 2-6 pm plus evening games and Saturday practices and games. The hourly rate for this position is $25. Interested candidates should go to the Dawson website (www.dawsonschool.org), scroll to the bottom of the page, and click on the Employment link, click the link under Current Job. Opportunities at Dawson, and select the Athletic Trainer posting to apply for this position. Only online applications will be accepted. This position is available immediately and will be effective through June 26, 2021, or at the conclusion of the CHSAA D season.

Librarian

January 8, 2021 - May 31, 2021

The Logan School is currently looking for a full-time librarian to begin as early as mid- February, 2021.

About The Logan School

The Logan school enrolls approximately 250 students ages 4.5-14. The school’s mission is to cultivate the curiosities of gifted children. The educational philosophy entails an individual curriculum for each student, emphasizes hands-on learning, service learning and environmental education. Please visit our website at www.theloganschool.org for more information.


About the Position

The Librarian works closely with teachers and students to provide all manners of library services.


Status

The librarian is a salaried, exempt 1.0 FTE position with full benefits and works only during the school year (early to mid-August through early June).


Direct Supervisor: Head of School


Responsibilities:

  • Manage and maintain the Logan School’s library of books and technology resources

    • Evaluate current resources and the need for new or other resources both regarding books and technology.

    • Purchase, catalog, shelve, and weed fiction, non-fiction, and staff collections

    • Work with teachers to make sure the library has the resources necessary for their classes, including databases, periodicals, book group sets, AV equipment

    • Find relevant materials for teachers when requested

    • Manage, update, and maintain the circulation of laptops, iPads, and AV equipment; 

    • Work with the tech department to identify needs for new equipment based on use and wear on devices

    • Assist with set-ups for AV equipment at meetings, events, etc.

    • Manage library budget, including reconciling monthly credit card statement

    • Manage circulation, including overdue and missing materials

    • Manage library donations

    • Supervise students using the library

    • Manage and maintain library spaces for use

  • Develop library and information technology skills program curricula in coordination with the technology teacher and dean of faculty and students.

    • Teach required information technology/library skills class to all incoming 3rd graders; teach optional advanced class for upper IS students

    • Work daily with kids ages 4-14 assisting with research and library skills, troubleshooting computers, readers’ advisory

    • Promote and collaborate with teachers to consistently integrate curricula materials in daily classroom use

    • Conduct library orientations for classes each year

    • Communicate with staff and students about school library program and its offerings (during staff meetings and email)

  • Programs

    • Conduct weekly story time for lower primary classes

    • Assist teachers with running book groups for 3rd-8th graders

    • Supervise Newbery & Printz book clubs for interested IS and AS students

  • Other duties as assigned by the head of school and/or deans

Qualifications

  • Masters Degree in Library Science. 

  • Experience in a K-8 school or with elementary school-aged children preferred

  • Excellent communication skills and attention to detail

  • Comfortable with technology and other tools 

  • Ability to pass a background check and drug screening

  • Valid Colorado driver's license 


Compensation

Salary is based on experience and benefits offered include employer-paid health insurance, paid time off, TIAA-CREF retirement plan matching contributions and a flexible benefits program. Contact the Business Office for a full benefits description and eligibility requirements.


Application Procedures: To apply, send résumé, cover letter, statement of educational philosophy, and references to Markus Hunt at [email protected]

NO CALLS PLEASE. 


Equal Opportunity Employer: The Logan School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against otherwise qualified applicants on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender expression, national origin, disability or handicap, or veteran status.

Director, Logan Learning Lab

January 7, 2021 - March 31, 2021

This bold, forward-looking leader will work with the Head of School and administrative staff at The Logan School, as well as with various community partners, to share Logan’s philosophy and pedagogy through external programming and leadership. Key responsibilities include: planning and executing the student summer enrichment program, year-round teacher professional development through the teacher Fellowship program, fundraising for the Lab, and thought-leadership and advocacy for expandeding support of underrepresented gifted students and learner-centered education. This leader will need a sophisticated skill set to navigate the various populations that support and serve the Lab: the Logan administration, faculty and Board of Trustees; the Lab students and parents; the teaching Fellows and their respective school communities, funders; and the broader community of education innovators.

Director of Upper School

January 6, 2021 - February 5, 2021

Dawson, a K-12 independent school of 520 students located east of Boulder, Colorado on a beautiful 107-acre campus, seeks an exceptional Upper School Director.  The Upper School Director will work closely with the Head of School and Leadership Team to create a positive, collaborative, and connected 9-12 community of faculty, students, and families. This effort requires a spirit of encouragement, support, transparency, partnership, scholarship, and enthusiasm for Dawson. The focus of the Upper School Director will be sustaining a positive school culture, implementing programs effectively and efficiently, ensuring proactive communication, and supporting upper school students and teachers.

 

Dawson School Mission Statement 

Dawson School is dedicated to excellence of mind, body, and character. We prepare students, through challenging and relevant learning, to become creative, resilient problem-solvers who bring their best to the world. 

 

Professional Qualifications

·    Independent school experience in a variety of roles in and out of the classroom

·    Master’s Degree in education or a related field preferred

·    Demonstrated success in program development and implementation

·    Demonstrated experience in, and enthusiasm for, contemporary educational practices leadership 

     development, faculty growth, social-emotional learning, and community building

 

Personal Qualities

·    Demonstrate enthusiasm for work with all school constituencies

·    Model school virtues of respect, compassion, courage, and integrity

·    Communicate (orally and in writing) effectively with all school constituencies

·    Collaborate and work positively as a member of different teams

·    Demonstrate vision, direction, and resilience

·    Acknowledge personal strengths and areas for improvement

·    Commit to developing the individual potential of students and faculty

·    Guide and direct purposeful conversations in difficult situations or conflict

·    Demonstrate interest in the latest research on pedagogy, technology, and learning

 

Duties

·    Report to Head of School and serve on the Leadership Team

·    Direct entirety of upper school programs, including curriculum, arts, and activities

·    Coordinate work of the Upper School Leadership Team

·    Recruit and evaluate upper school faculty and staff

·    Assess, and address when necessary, strengths and challenges of faculty and staff

·    Work with the Lower School Director and Middle School Director to ensure continuity, consistency, and 

     opportunities for connection

·    Work with parents, students, and other constituencies to foster enthusiasm for the work of the School

·    Participate actively in strategic planning

 

The minimum salary for this position is $105,000. Compensation is commensurate with experience and relevant skills. Interested candidates should go to the Dawson website (www.dawsonschool.org), scroll to the bottom of the page, click on the Employment link, find Current Job Opportunities at Dawson, and select the Upper School Director posting to apply for this position. Only online applications will be accepted. This position is available July 1, 2021, and will function on a 12-month employment agreement running from July 1 to June 30 annually.  No phone calls, please.

5-8th Grade Learning Specialist

January 4, 2021 - June 1, 2021

Mackintosh Academy - Boulder, a co-educational independent school serving gifted students in grades K through 8th, is seeking a full time 5-8th Grade Learning Specialist for the second half of the 2020 – 2021 academic year. Mackintosh Academy presents an exceptional opportunity to work with bright, dedicated, and creative students and colleagues in a highly innovative and naturally beautiful setting. 

The primary goal of the Learning Specialist will be to ensure that Mackintosh Academy – Boulder appropriately identifies and supports students who may have additional learning needs that require an extra level of support. This person will provide supports and interventions as needed to individual students and groups of students based on developmentally appropriate and research based practices. This person will also support the school's faculty to equip them in supporting the needs of various learners. The Learning Specialist will interface with faculty, parents, and independent contractors on behalf of students who require specialized academic instruction (including advanced learners). 

Position includes, but may not be limited to: 

  • Lead the process for identifying, monitoring, and remediating individual student learning needs in conjunction with homeroom teachers, families, outside providers, and/or administrators. 
  • Completing student observations or assessments as needed or when requested by homeroom teachers or other concerned parties for the purpose of evaluating targeted learning needs and creating plans of support. 
  • Work with teachers, families, and outside supports to make and/or facilitate and track plans to support identified student needs. 
  • Meet with individuals and/or small groups of students (primarily 5-8th) for academic support and intervention in all areas of learning including: literacy, math, etc. 
  • Support students with the development of executive functioning skills. 
  • Support 5-8th faculty with developmentally appropriate strategies and resources for meeting the needs of various learners who may be facing academic challenges. 
  • In conjunction with the homeroom teacher and/or administrators make appropriate recommendations for outside student support when needed. 
  • When outside testing is submitted to the school, support staff with implementing appropriate accommodations as appropriate to your role. 
  • Offer occasional faculty and parent educational programs or trainings as possible. 

 Credentials and Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree required. Masters preferred. Knowledge of gifted children a plus. 
  • Applicants must have a strong knowledge base in the area of learning differences, especially dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, as well as attention and executive functioning challenges. 
  • Desirable candidates will also know about intervention, assessments, and be current on the general teaching pedagogy of reading, writing, and mathematics. 

Application: 

Please send/email cover letter, resumé, statement of educational philosophy, and supporting materials to: 

JJ Morrow, Head of School 
Mackintosh Academy, Boulder 
6717 South Boulder Road 
Boulder, CO 80303 
Please no phone calls 
For more information about Mackintosh Academy, visit our Website: http://www.mackboulder.com 
Mackintosh Academy - Boulder is an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate in employment opportunities 
or practices because of race, color, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, familial and marital status, age, 
socioeconomic status, or disability. Mackintosh Academy - Boulder is committed to fostering justice,

The High Mountain Institute has an anticipated opening for a Humanities Teacher, a full-time position in the HMI Semester. Responsibilities include teaching two sections of Literature of the Natural World, one section of US History, leading wilderness expeditions, and participating in residential life duties.  

About the High Mountain Institute: HMI seeks to connect our students to the natural world and teach them essential leadership and communication skills through participation in a rigorous academic program, extended wilderness trips, and a community of shared responsibility. For more information, please visit www.hminet.org

Position Responsibilities: 

-Teach 2 sections of English and 1 section of U.S. history each semester  

-Co-lead wilderness expeditions in the Rocky Mountains and the canyons of southern Utah (7 weeks per year) 

-Participate in daily and weekly residential life responsibilities 

-Mentor an English or history apprentice each semester 

-Advise 4-6 students each semester 

-Live in on-campus housing (as available)

Position Benefits: 

-Health, dental, and vision benefits 

-4-9% retirement benefits match after 1 year 

-Summer vacation, early June to mid-August 

-Wilderness leadership training opportunities 

-Annual professional development opportunities 

-Competitive salary, dependent on experience 

-On-campus housing possible

Qualifications: BA or higher, willingness to acquire and maintain current WFR & CPR certifications, prior English and/or history teaching experience, prior experience in wilderness settings, enthusiasm  for working with teenagers in a residential setting, criminal and driving background check required. 

How to Apply: Please submit a cover letter and resume via e-mail to Em Ducharme, Administrative Coordinator for the HMI Semester, at [email protected] and fill out the HMI Prospective Employment Form online. We will review applications until the position is filled. Finalists will be invited to HMI for a formal interview.  

The High Mountain Institute is an equal opportunity employer that strives for diversity by honoring the differences of each member of the community. We seek to build a community (of trustees, faculty, staff, and students) that represents ethnic, socioeconomic, and geographic diversity and that brings a diversity of experience, background, talent, and perspective.

 

Communications Manager

December 29, 2020 - January 31, 2021

Graland seeks an exceptional candidate to join the school’s marketing and communications team. The position's primary responsibility is developing content for the school’s internal and external communications. Content produced will support the school’s strategic institutional priorities, including enrollment, fundraising, and increasing the engagement of various constituencies and stakeholders. Candidates must have experience writing for a variety of media, each designed to reach varying audiences, including digital and print publications, newsletters, e-blasts and other digital marketing and web content. The ideal candidate thrives on being part of a community and working on a team. We seek an adaptable, detail-oriented, innovative self-starter. 

Reports to:  Director of Marketing and Communications

Terms: Full-time, exempt, 12-month position

Job Responsibilities:

The following list is not comprehensive but serves as a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities.

Content Marketing

  • Develop and execute an overall content strategy and content marketing plan for various school audiences across different mediums. Plan and manage the content calendar. 

  • Act as editor, writer and producer for numerous school-wide communications including weekly and monthly e-newsletters, all school emails, the school magazine and numerous annual publications.

    • As the “campus reporter,” connect with faculty to seek out stories, propose ideas, inquire and uncover what is happening with students and learning.

    • Visit classroom lessons and school events to gather written and photo/video content.

    • Prepare content for digital distribution via CMS and email platform, and/or collaborate with the designer for print layout. 

  • Daily management of social media platforms, including crafting engaging content, monitoring posts, developing social media campaigns and identifying goals and performance metrics.

  • Produce and approve web content and on-going updates to the external and internal school website. 

  • Develop approaches and resulting communications for integrated marketing campaigns to support major school initiatives.

  • Partner with the Director of Marketing and Communications in media relations, proactively pitching stories to appropriate media outlets and responding to media inquiries.

School Communications Support

  • Provide support for communications from other areas within the school. Ensure all communications uphold the school’s mission, values and brand proposition and adhere to writing standards. May include drafting, proofreading, editing and/or publishing written communications or presentations. 

    • Collaborate with the development and admission departments on strategic communications targeted to their respective audiences (ie: prospects, donors, alumni, friends).

    • Assist cross-functional departments including school administration, business teams, board of trustees and instructional members with content and distribution of messages. 

    • Serve as communications consultant and liaison to the Graland Parent Association (GPA).

    • Assist with crisis communications, drafting content for communications. Requires availability outside of business hours as needed, for prompt response and/or delivering communications.

Community Involvement and Growth

  • Seek professional development opportunities to stay current on industry trends, identify improved tools and generate new ideas. Engage in equity and inclusivity training as part of a school-wide initiative.

  • Actively participate in the school community helping to enrich student learning and experiences, as well as taking on duties to support daily operations.

  • Other responsibilities as assigned.


Team Player

  • Work closely within the three-person marketing / communications team.

  • Service-minded, fulfilling internal and external customer needs, while cultivating meaningful professional relationships with cross functional teams and faculty. 

  • A collaborative and supportive member of the Graland Community who…

    • Models caring, respect, patience, and appreciation of differences

    • Provides a safe environment for students

    • Upholds school, employee and family confidentiality

    • Representative for school in position and in community

    • Participates in effective communication that is responsible, descriptive, and nonjudgmental

    • Demonstrates a growth mindset, open to feedback and new learning

    • Adheres to all school policies and procedures.



Qualifications:

4-7 years of experience in a communications position with management of print, digital and social media.

Bachelor’s Degree in communications, marketing, journalism or a related field.

Experience with content management systems and email platforms. Ability to use: Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Blackbaud Website CMS, Blackbaud Pushpage email software, Constant Contact, Asana, BrightArrow texting platform, Photoshop (basic).

Moderate skills in using digital SLR camera. Basic video editing preferred.

Excellent oral and written communication skills, exhibiting strong grammatical knowledge and AP style. 

Creative mind that can ideate new ways to engage the community and implement new ideas.

Resilience to successfully manage self and others through multiple projects in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment. Flexibility to adapt plans as needed.

Ability to work autonomously with limited direction, while using intuition and experience to identify and escalate items that might have a larger cross functional impact.

Strong interpersonal skills that are conducive to working with a collaborative team and instrumental in establishing and sustaining effective working relationships with faculty, staff and volunteers.

Ability to maintain confidential information.

On-campus position. Ability to work evenings and weekends, as needed. 


About Graland

A great school never sits still. It keeps going, growing and evolving. Graland Country Day School is an independent school in Denver that serves students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school.  Since the school’s founding in 1924, Graland has delivered an intellectually robust, character-based educational experience derived from current research about how children learn. 


While so much in the world is changing, the school’s focus remains the same:  Graland is faithful to the enduring aspects of its mission while seeking new ways to promote character and intellectual excellence. We inspire students to pursue excellence with passion and intent - academically, creatively and in their personal growth as engaged citizens and thoughtful leaders. We are constantly looking for ways to improve our program and keep it relevant for the next generation of students. Guided by our mission, values, and strategic plan, we go to extraordinary lengths to give children the best education possible. 


Our current enrollment totals 700, and we have just over 100 faculty members, 70 percent of whom have advanced degrees.  Graland’s faculty and staff enjoy a collaborative, supportive environment where each member is encouraged to be a lifelong learner. Professional development, onsite childcare, a desirable location in the heart of Denver and other benefits make Graland a dynamic, inclusive and innovative workplace.

Our Mission

Achieve intellectual excellence, 

build strong character, 

enrich learning through the arts and athletics, 

and prepare our students to be 

engaged citizens and thoughtful leaders.


Our Motto: Ascende Omnem Montem - Climb Every Mountain

How to Apply

Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to [email protected] All applications are to be submitted electronically.