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Do you love teaching and consider yourself a lifelong learner? Do you wish you could teach only two, three, or four days per week? If so, Austin Classical School may be the place for you!

Qualified applicants for open positions will receive application forms once their cover letter and resume have been reviewed.  Selected applicants will be contacted for an interview.  Austin Classical School does not accept unsolicited applications.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume stating the position for which they are applying.

For inquiries about our Grammar School (Pre-K through 4th grade),  or inquiries about our Upper School (5th through 10th grade), please send one copy via email to Liz Brown.

Note: please review our Statement of Faith for more information.

Teaching Requirements

Our teachers are a huge part of what makes Austin Classical School a great place to be. We are always on the lookout for teachers who:

  • Love and serve God wholeheartedly and truly enjoy teaching in the classroom.
  • Are willing to continue to learn and grow as professionals, and possess strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Have a deep passion for truth, goodness, and beauty within the scope of a liberal arts education.
  • Desire to teach using a classical approach in a Christian setting.
  • Must joyfully affirm our Statement of Faith (available for review above).
  • Possess a bachelor’s degree and relevant teaching experience.

Current Opportunities at ACS

Austin Classical School is a classical, Christian, collaborative school in Austin, Texas, currently serving PreKindergarten through 9th grade. Austin Classical School exists to glorify Jesus Christ by co-laboring with families to cultivate wise, virtuous, and humble students through an excellent classical, Christian education.

In our collaborative model, Grammar School students (PreK-4th) are on campus two days per week (M/W), School of Logic students (5th-8th) are on campus three days per week (M/W/Th), and School of Rhetoric students (9th-12th) will be on campus four days per week (M-Th). On the remaining weekdays, students are at
home completing assigned work independently or under the guidance of their co-teaching parents.

Entering our 9th year of operation, our team is working to solidify our School of Logic and to build out our School of Rhetoric through the 12th grade. We are currently seeking a full-time educator to anchor our Upper School Latin and Humanities program and to help build out the Upper School humanities curriculum and overall student experience. Detailed requirements for the role are below:

Teaching Responsibilities for SY 2021-22: (2⁄3 of role)

  • Classroom teacher:
    • 8th/9th grade Ancient History (2 days per week)
    • 8th/9th grade Literature & Composition (4 days per week)
    • 9th grade Latin 2 (3 days per week)
    • 8th grade Latin 1 (3 days per week)
    • Homeroom (3 days per week)
    • Create a joyful, grace-filled classroom environment where students enjoy learning together
    • Develop lesson plans for both on-campus and home days
    • Communicate consistently, truthfully and graciously with students and parents
    • Engage students in age-appropriate classical instruction
    • Set measurable objectives for students to move towards mastery
    • Assess students both formally and informally and reflect results in their quarterly grade reports
    • Maintain a tidy and orderly classroom, taking care of curricula and equipment belonging to ACS and encouraging students to uphold the school-wide expectations regarding classroom behavior
    • Perform other duties as directed by the Executive Director or Dean of Students

Other Responsibilities: (1⁄3 of role)

  • Work with the leadership team to develop and implement a comprehensive Latin program for the school, including researching and evaluating curriculum, creating blueprints and scope & sequence documents for current and future courses, and implementing new ideas and processes.
  • Work with the leadership team to build out the School of Rhetoric humanities program and curriculum, including researching, evaluating, and possibly developing curriculum; creating blueprints and scope & sequence documents for current and future courses; and implementing new ideas and processes.
  • Participate as faculty advisor to the House system. The ACS house system currently encompasses grades 7-9 and will be in its second year next year. The House system is at the center of social and spiritual development for Upper School students because it is one of the main places for social engagement, sports, and other competitions, spiritual development, and leadership training. Because of the House system’s young age and the importance of it in the life of students, time and attention need to be given to it to further develop and stabilize it. The faculty advisor will be heavily involved in all aspects of the House system.
  • Serve as a Homeroom teacher and overall mentor to Upper School students. Working with the Dean of Students, a major responsibility will be to encourage and disciple student leaders as a teacher and mentor. We currently have a small School of Rhetoric, and the expectation will be for this person to engage as
    much as possible with all of the students and to be integrally involved in the spiritual formation of students.
  • Perform other duties as directed by the Executive Director.

Interested candidates should send their resumes to Liz Brown.

Classroom Responsibilities

Classroom responsibilities for our teachers include the following:

  • Create a joyful, grace-filled environment where students enjoy learning together.
  • Develop thoughtful and clear lesson plans for both on-campus and homeschool days.
  • Communicate consistently, truthfully, and graciously with co-teaching parents.
  • Engage students in age-appropriate classroom instruction.
  • Set measurable objectives for students to move towards mastery.  
  • Assess students both formally and informally and reflect results in their quarterly grade reports.
  • Maintain a tidy and orderly classroom, taking care of curricula and equipment belonging to ACS.
  • Encourage students to uphold the school-wide behavioral expectations with regards to classroom behavior.
  • Perform other duties as directed by the Head of School.