Kentucky Country Day School is actively seeking an introductory physics teacher in its upper school for the 2024–25 school year.
Teach 5 sections of classes. May be asked to teach one section of math as well. Teaching mostly 9th graders.
Work with a diverse student body. This work includes providing academic support for students as well as employing a variety of student-centered teaching styles to engage students and develop enduring skills: creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication.
Serve as an advisor to 10-12 students.
Active participation in the school community which includes activities and events such as student and faculty retreats, admissions open house, club advising, chaperoning dances, general engagement with student life, etc.
The preferred candidate will have a degree in science, and a minimum of three years of teaching physics in a high school setting.
Cover letter, resume, and statement of educational philosophy should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit www.kcd.org/jobs for more information.
Cover letter, resume, and statement of educational philosophy should be sent to email@example.com. Preferred application deadline is January 15, 2024.
Kentucky Country Day School offers a comprehensive benefit package to all eligible, full-time employees the first day of hire. Including a generous retirement match up to 7.5%, relocation assistance, 50% tuition discount, and free lunch everyday school is in session.
Kentucky Country Day School is a private, coeducational school in Louisville, KY with 825 students in grades JK through 12. We’re located on a beautiful 80+ acre campus in eastern Jefferson County.
We educate the whole child through a rigorous college preparatory academic program as well as a wide variety of athletic, fine arts, and extracurricular opportunities.
Small class sizes (average of 16 students) allow our exceptional faculty to get to know every child and make sure that every student is actively engaged with learning.
Our mission is summed up in our motto: Citizen, Scholar, Steward.
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