If you've ever thought about teaching at an independent school, please join us for this special event. St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes School is hosting a free Educator Open House to learn about working at our school and finding jobs at independent schools in general. We encourage educators of diverse backgrounds and experiences to attend.
No matter what grade level or subjects you teach, finding an inclusive community with dedicated, supportive faculty can make all the difference in your career!
SCHEDULE: 1:30 - Check-in 1:50 - Presentation by SSSAS Faculty and Administrators
Learn about teaching at St. Stephen's and St. Agnes
Talk with our faculty and administrators
Learn how to find jobs at independent schools - locally, nationally, and internationally
Discover new resume-writing tips
Learn the requirements for working in independent schools
Explore ways to find the “right fit” for your career
3:10 - Tours of our Lower, Middle, and Upper School campuses 4:30- Event concludes
Please plan to arrive by 1:45 p.m. for the presentation. We look forward to seeing you!
Please note that our Upper School campus is located in a residential neighborhood. We ask that you pay particular attention to speed limits and traffic signs to respect the residential nature of this area.
Once you arrive, follow the signs to the Educator Open House and Chapel/Performing Arts Center (CPAC). From the parking area, the Chapel/Performing Arts Center will be to the left of the main school building. You can access the CPAC without going through the main building entrance.
Following the presentation, we will offer guided tours of the SSSAS Upper, Middle, and Lower School campuses. Due to time constraints, our guests will only be able to tour one campus, of your choice. Shuttle buses will be provided to visit the Lower and Middle School campuses. The buses will return to the Upper School at the conclusion of the tours. If you wish to tour the Upper School, please remain in the CPAC after the presentation.
Offers teachers many different opportunities to connect with students: in the classroom; through athletics, community service programs, and environmental sustainability efforts; and by advising student clubs and other school activities.