The Ursuline School is a private, independent, Catholic, college preparatory girls’ school, grades 6 through 12 located in New Rochelle, New York, 20 miles north of Manhattan in a diverse, suburban community. The school was established in 1897 in the spirit of St. Angela Merici, foundress of the Ursuline Order. The Ursuline School is part of a network of educators at secondary schools and colleges of the Ursuline Sisters across the United States and 36 countries. The school is accredited by the National Association of Independent Schools and the NY State Board of
Regents. Ursuline is a member of the National Coalition of Girls Schools and NY State Association of Independent Schools. The school is known for its rigorous academic program, its robust service opportunities, and its dedication to the education of the whole person.
Start Date: 9/1/2023
Position: Full-time; Middle/High School (6 - 12)
Salary Range: $65,000 - $85,000 commensurate with background and experience.
Teach middle and/or high school level social studies classes
Work collaboratively and professionally with subject area, grade-level, and school-wide colleagues for curriculum planning, student support, and mentoring
Differentiate instruction to attend to the learning and social-emotional needs of students
Communicate effectively with colleagues, parents, and administration
Serve as a full community member by attending meetings, participating in committees, and volunteering for various duties supervising students
Contribute constructively to all faculty discussions and continue to grow professionally (i.e.
conferences, in-service training, staying current on professional literature)
Passion for teaching in Catholic, faith-based education
Master’s Degree preferred
Minimum two (2) years of secondary teaching experience preferred
Experience incorporating technology in support of student learning
The Ursuline School is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to hiring faculty, administration, and staff of diverse backgrounds. Our community promotes respect for individuals regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age disability, or any other state or federally protected classification.