Gonzaga College High School is seeking an experienced, full-time high school Mathematics teacher beginning in the 2022-2023 school year.
Candidates will possess a minimum of a bachelor's degree in Mathematics or a related field; a master's degree is preferred. The ideal candidates will have at least three years of successful teaching experience at the high school or college level and be able to support the school's mission of building young men who are religious, loving, academically competent, open to growth, and committed to doing justice. Strong preference will be given to candidates with experience teaching AP Statistics, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and beyond.
Gonzaga College High School is committed to leadership in multicultural education and a culturally diverse faculty and staff. The school, therefore, seeks applications from candidates who will contribute to an atmosphere in which all are valued and supported.
Gonzaga is a Catholic, Jesuit, college preparatory school founded in 1821, for young men in grades nine through twelve located in Washington, DC. Gonzaga offers a challenging college preparatory curriculum that provides a broad range of major course offerings including honors and advanced placement courses, complemented by a selection of electives and co-curricular activities. Retreats and Christian service, in the Jesuit tradition, are the hallmark of a Gonzaga education. There are seventeen interscholastic sports teams at Gonzaga, as well as musical and dramatic performing arts ensembles, and many clubs and student organizations.
A resume and cover letter are a required part of the application process. Cover letters should highlight relevant experience and particular areas of expertise in the discipline, provide a short statement of educational philosophy, and demonstrate how said experience, education, and philosophy would add value to the community at Gonzaga College High School.
At Gonzaga, the COVID-19 vaccination is required, which includes both initial vaccinations as well as subsequent booster recommendations as may be issued by the CDC. Reasonable accommodations may be made for those with a physician-documented medical condition that prevents them from receiving a vaccine, or an articulated, sincerely held religious belief, consistent with their faith practice, that demonstrates moral objectivity to vaccination.