This school has provided a transformative educational experience for girls at a crucial time in their lives. By combining an intellectually engaging program with a nurturing learning community, they encourage girls to stretch themselves, take risks, think critically, and learn from each other. The curriculum invites girls to think deeply, wrestle with complex problems, write and speak with conviction, understand themselves, create strong communities, and express themselves in many forms.
This school is committed to principles of progressive education. They put the student and learning community at the center of all they do, allowing girls to become agents of their own learning. Hallmarks of the school include an abiding commitment to diversity and a robust social and emotional learning program that touches every aspect of the school.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher
- Previous classroom experience
- Patience and creativity when working collaboratively with a range of constituent groups, including students, families, faculty, staff, and administration from diverse backgrounds (i.e., religious, ethnic, or socio-economic)
- Strength in both written and oral methods of communication
- The teacher should demonstrate a willingness to grow and evolve as an educator and maintain a flexible attitude.