We seek a part-time math and science teacher to join our team of classical educators for the 2020-2021 school year. Specific subjects to teach could include Euclidean Geometry, Algebra I and Algebra II, PreCalculus, Calculus, and Physics. Candidates should be passionate about living their Catholic faith, mentoring high school students at an important time in their lives, and teaching their subject classically. While there is much to say about what it means to teach math and science classically, a good starting point is that we teach mathematics and the sciences because it is true and good and beautiful. Studying math and science should make students more human (ie, more intelligent, more happy, more virtuous), broadening their perspectives about reality and deepening their ability to love God. Our curriculum and pedagogy are aimed at promoting a true love for and deep appreciation of mathematics and the sciences.

To this end, ideal candidates will be interested in engaging other faculty members and integrating the study of history, philosophy, and theology with math and science instruction. This job could grow significantly in the years to come as our enrollment grows. For more about the school and our unique educational philosophy, see


Experience teaching on the secondary level preferred.


Questions and resumes to Headmaster Adam Dickerson at