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House Bill 7045 widens eligibility and maximizes parental choice in K-12 scholarship programs, separately targeting both both low-income and uniquely-abled students and increasing scholarship awards from 95% to 100%.

The $28.5m state scholarship program would serve as a “gateway to college for so many students,” said Dr. Adam Gaffey of Robert F. Monroe Day School in Quincy.

The Federal Government has allocated $213m in emergency services / relief funds for Florida’s non-public schools, to be released under an expedited timeline.

The proposed bill would streamline Florida’s scholarship programs and allow flexible spending options.

Florida policy continues to trend towards school choice as a way of leveling persistent gaps in resources.

Kendall Christian School has expanded its existing program to include a Christ-centered, online campus. Classes will commence this fall for students from Preschool through 5th grade.

For their first High School Choir remote assignment, Orangewood Christian School students recorded Elton John & Bernie Taupin’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road”. And it’s awesome!

The South Florida Business Journal has once again recognized Kendall Christian as among the Best Places to Work in South Florida. This represents the fourth year in a row that the school has received the award.

The maximum enrollment growth for Family Empowerment Scholarships will jump from 7,000 to 28,000 students.

The Florida House has increased teacher salaries by $150 million more than what the Senate proposed — and almost $50m more than Governor Ron DeSantis requested.

One bill raises teachers’ salaries over three years; another wraps early learning programs within the DoE.

The salary increase proposed by Governor Ron DeSantis applies only to public school teachers, but may have a ripple effect on private school salaries.

Seeking ways to further protect the children in our care, Spanish River Christian School engaged Guardian Defense to enhance campus safety and security training.

Private school enrollment has been rising in Florida for a whole decade, with the most dramatic increase — 22,525 students — occurring between 2015/16 and 2016/17.

For Hurricane Irma in 2017, Orange County distributed no fewer than 123,000 sandbags. This team of 9th-graders tested various bags for cost-efficiency, biodegradability, durability and practicality.

The Governor signed the bill in Jerusalem whilst leading a visit to Israel with other officials. It marks the first time in Florida’s history that a law has been enacted on foreign soil.

Action is needed today to restore dual-enrollment access to non-public-school students.

Anderson Spencer, a 1st grader at Kendall Christian School, presented his 3D-printed plant-growing prototype to NASA representatives.

Joining Governor Ron DeSantis were Department of Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran; state and community leaders; and educators, parents and students of Tampa Bay Christian Academy.

The Family Empowerment Scholarship would be available for about 28,000 students in the next school year.

Senate Democrats attempted unsuccessfully to remove the section in a school safety bill that would potentially arm teachers; the vote went along party lines.

Defeating Seffner Christian, WA’s Men’s Varsity Basketball Team won an historic third consecutive FHSAA Class 4A Basketball State Championship.

Pinewood Christian Academy students have made contact with people all over North America using radio.

High school students can deepen their interest in mathematics and enter the Society’s national contests.

Member Schools

If you’re a family seeking a Christian school in Florida with nationally recognized accreditation, you found us!

Our member schools are located throughout the Sunshine State, from Pensacola in the panhandle to Miami in the south.


Bethany Christian School
Fort Lauderdale
33316

Located in the Rio Vista neighborhood of downtown Fort Lauderdale, Bethany is well known for offering academic excellence to students—currently approximately 325—in a nurturing, Christ-centered environment.

Leading students into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ


Bradenton Christian School
Bradenton
34209

Founded in 1960 and located minutes from the Gulf of Mexico in sunny Bradenton, we currently serve over 840 students Pre-K–12th grade from church-attending families in Manatee County.


Cambridge Christian School
Tampa
33614

For nearly 50 years, the school’s mission has been to provide excellence in academics, athletics and fine arts for the good of our students and the glory of God.

Christ Church Academy
Vero Beach
32960

TOTS is an affordable, early-education enrichment program for 1–4-year-olds set in a loving Christian environment that includes Bible stories, unit lesson themes, crafts, and playtime.

Christ Church Academy provides an academic community that challenges all of its members to excel in sanctity, scholarship, and


Granada Day School
Coral Gables
33134

Granada Day School is a Christ-centered school offering child care for infants through kindergarten since 1959. It is important to us that the children cherish their school, that school be a familiar place, a home away from home.


Kendall Christian School
Miami
33156

Established in 1973 as a ministry of Kendall Presbyterian Church, we welcome families of all races, national, and ethnic origins. Our small class sizes allow for close relationships between students and teachers.


Maitland Community Preschool
Maitland
32751

An outreach ministry of Orangewood Church, PCA, we serve families from both our church and our local community with part-time programs for children two years of age through Kindergarten.


Orangewood Christian School
Maitland
32751

Located just north of Orlando in Maitland, OCS is a ministry of Orangewood Presbyterian Church (PCA) with over 700 students in grades K–12 and a new $8.5 million expansion to the athletic and high school facilities.


Pinewood Christian Academy
Middleburg
32068

Our mission is to partner with covenant Christian families to educate students in grades VPK through 6th to be world-changers for Christ through a rigorous, Christ-centered, Biblically-based school program.

20 years of educating world-changers for Christ


Real Life Christian Academy
Clermont
34711

We are a private, independent Christian school for preschool through high school students located in the beautiful community of Clermont, Florida.

Redeemer Christian School
Ocala
34476

Located on 52 acres, we emphasize Christian world and life view in all aspects of our educational program. Redeemer serves approximately 275 students from K3 through 11th grade; academic rigor and college preparation remain the focus of middle and high school classes.

Christ in all things


Seven Rivers Christian School
Lecanto
34461

Seven Rivers Christian School exists in partnership with families to shape the hearts and minds of children with a distinctly biblical program of academic rigor, artistic beauty, and athletic competition.


Spanish River Christian School
Boca Raton
33431

SRCS has a 30-year tradition in Boca Raton of high academic standards with accelerated curriculum, advanced technology, and athletics and fine arts programs. We develop a desire in children to study God’s word and apply the Scriptures to their daily lives.


Sunlight Christian Academy
Port St. Lucie
34986

Every child at Sunlight Christian Academy is a unique and important bearer of God’s image. We maintain an individual academic profile for every child that charts his/her learning in each area of our curriculum, and our flexible weekly schedule also reflects our commitment to individualized instruction.


Tampa Bay Christian Academy
Tampa
33604

Tampa Bay Christian Academy of Florida is educating for eternity by seeking to nurture the spirit, mind, and body of the international and culturally diverse Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade student population through a Christ-centered, developmentally appropriate and safe educational environment.

Educating the mind, engaging the heart, and empowering every student to change the world.


Westminster Academy
Fort Lauderdale
33308

Since 1971, Westminster Academy has been a Christ-centered, biblically-based college preparatory school dedicated to equipping covenant students to excel by using their gifts and talents for God’s glory. In 2014 the Lower School earned National Blue Ribbon School recognition as a 2014 Exemplary High Performing School.

Devoted to Christ • Dedicated to Excellence

CSF for Transformational Education

Transformational Education embraces the Gospel as a way of life—a way of thinking, a way of doing ethics, a way of making choices—so that it cannot be segregated out from any other part of life and/or be compartmentalized.

Christian Schools of Florida supports, encourages and accredits Christian early childhood, elementary, and secondary schools in the State of Florida that endorse Transformational Education.

CSF staff and Executive Committee members are credentialed and professional educators experienced in school leadership and accreditation protocols.

We co-accredit with other agencies and have agreements with organizations whose standards we respect and trust.

Member schools enjoy associate, accredited or collaborative status.

CSF for School Accreditation

Accreditation instills new life in a school, fostering a greater awareness among faculty, staff and board members.

“If I bear witness of myself, my witness is not true.”
—John 5:31

CSF accreditation is an ongoing five-year process for school effectiveness and improvement.

Schools accredited elsewhere can also be accredited by CSF, but must be in compliance with the standards of both agencies.

Accreditation by CSF exempts early childhood programs from state licensing.

Strands & Standards

  1. #1. Clear Purpose
  2. #2. School Effectiveness & Improvement
  3. #3. Leadership & Governance
  4. #4. Teaching & Learning
  5. #5. Assessment
  6. #6. Documenting Resources & Systems
  7. #7. Early Childhood

Job Opportunities

Middle School History and Bible Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking a Middle School Bible and History Teacher. Bible and History teaching experience is preferred.

Our teachers are building Christian Community within and beyond the school, are active in a church community and serving as Christian role models to students, parents and staff.

Requirements

Teachers are expected to keep abreast of current trends and assist their respective departments with long-term goal planning for the program, developing both short and long term instructional objectives.

Teachers must have strong Instructional and Classroom Management skills, including but not limited to:

  • use of various teaching strategies and resources to actively engage students in learning
  • adjusting curriculum as appropriate
  • posting lesson plans on RenWeb
  • evaluating handouts and testing materials against student performanceevaluating students and providing opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery
  • quickly grading and returning student work
  • enforcing school discipline policies in a consistent and loving manner
  • promptly notifying parents and administration of behavioral or academic problems and organizing classroom materials for efficient learning. OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom. The employee is responsible for continuing education and completing certification requirements.

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.orangewoodchristian.org/about/employment.cfm


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

Principal
Coastal Community School

Coastal Community School is seeking a Principal with a dynamic personality and passion for Christian education. It will be important for this individual to gain a deep philosophical and conceptual understanding of the hybrid school model, specifically being supportive of learning in the home environment. With the support of other staff, the principal is responsible for logistics, overseeing the school’s day-to-day operations, handling disciplinary matters, managing the budget, hiring teachers and personnel, planning orientations for parents and teachers, scheduling, conducting teacher and staff evaluations, planning teacher/staff meetings/trainings, overseeing/developing the enrichment program, building/maintaining public relations, overseeing accreditation and school improvement efforts, and maintaining business licenses and accounts.This individual will lead a team of teachers and support staff in providing the best education experience for students, to include: 21st century education principles, development of core competencies, biblical integration, and technology training and integration. The principal must also provide support to parents and understand the importance of maintaining high standards of education in the home environment. They will utilize their knowledge of curriculum development in order to support the staff in developing curriculum maps and lesson plans that adhere to school and accreditation standards. With strong leadership skills, they will guide teachers in creating a safe and effective environment for learning and conduct regular informal and formal evaluation, including immediate feedback to remediate areas that need improvement. The principal will represent our school in the community, networking with fellow administrators and instructors to remain knowledgeable of relevant advances in education. The principal will exercise conflict management skills while managing school discipline and parent/teacher concerns and grievances. The principal must ensure the school follows state guidelines for private schools. This individual will oversee long-term planning and a strategic growth plan.
While the teachers/students are only on campus 3-days per week, Coastal Community School is a 5-day school with coursework occurring in the home 2-days per week. The principal is expected to serve full-time at 5-days a week.

Requirements

- Master’s degree or higher in Education (Educational Leadership preferred)
- 5+ years’ experience in teaching
- 2-5 years’ experience as a principal or assistant principal (preferred)
- Familiar with hybrid schooling (preferred)
- Proficient in School Information System platforms
- Excellent oral and verbal communication skills
- Proven problem-solving skills
- Well versed in 21st century teaching/education
- Familiar with Biblical Integration/Teaching for Transformation
- Demonstrated ability to plan, schedule, budget, train, and delegate authority
- Demonstrated ability to motivate individuals and groups towards high-standards of education excellence
- A sound philosophy of Christian Education
- Demonstrate a strong, mature Christian faith foundation and walk
- Other qualifications that my be deemed as needed per the Board of Directors

Qualified individuals should complete the employment application at https://www.coastalcommunityschool.com/about/employment.cfm

A cover letter and resume must separately be submitted to the Attn: Board of Directors at admin@coastalcommunityschool.com

http://www.coastalcommunityschool.com
638 South Patrick Drive
Melbourne, FL 32937
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Phone: 321-720-4342

Physical Education Teacher
Redeemer Christian School

Redeemer Christian School (Ocala, FL) is seeking a full-time upper school physical education instructor with additional opportunities to assist in coaching sports and teaching classes.

Responsibilities would include lesson-planning and supervision of multiple grades with a particular focus on lifelong fitness. The ideal candidate will have PE and Health teaching experience.

Requirements

  • Testimony of a saving faith in Christ
  • Certified/Certifiable in PE and possibly other core subjects
  • Team player

Salary

Based on degree and years of experience as well as assigned classes. Average FT teacher salary around $37,000.

Please send your resume to Tara Smith to tara.smith@redeemerlions.com or call (352)854-2999.

http://www.redeemerlions.com
155 SW 87th Place
Ocala, FL 34476
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Phone: (352) 854-2999
Fax: (352) 291-9196

English Teachers (Logic and Rhetoric; Grades 6-12)
Cornerstone Academy

Cornerstone Academy is looking for logic and rhetoric English teachers with experience teaching English to 6th–12th graders. This is a full or part-time position.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will:

  • Hold at least a bachelor’s degree in English or English education
  • Have experience teaching English to 6th–12th grade students
  • Be eager to collaborate with fellow faculty on curriculum
  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate well with parents
  • Display a love for learning and a passion to cultivate that love in their * students
  • Agree with and support the school’s statement of faith, attend and be in good * standing with a Christian church, and live a life of discipleship under the * Lordship of Jesus Christ.

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have 3+ years of experience teaching English to 6th–12th grade students
  • Have an advanced degree in English or English education
  • Demonstrate an understanding of and skill in implementing classical curriculum and pedagogy, and seek to grow in his/her understanding of this tradition in order to re-imagine and embody the richest practices of Christian, liberal arts education
  • Be capable of instilling in students the art of language and the love of story.

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates interested in applying for this position should submit a resume and cover letter to Principal Judy Jones at Judy.Jones@ca.school.


http://www.cornerstoneacademy.school
1520 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32605
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Phone: 352-378-9337
Fax: 352-378-7708

Elementary Teachers Grades 1-5
Cornerstone Academy

Cornerstone Academy is looking for grammar teachers with experience teaching to 1st–5th graders. This is a full-time position.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will:

  • Hold at least a bachelor’s degree in Elementary education or comparable subject area
  • Have experience teaching to 1st–5th grade students
  • Be eager to collaborate with fellow faculty on curriculum
  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate well with parents
  • Display a love for learning and a passion to cultivate that love in their students
  • Agree with and support the school’s statement of faith, attend and be in good standing with a Christian church, and live a life of discipleship under the Lordship of Jesus Christ

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have 3+ years of experience teaching to 1st–5th grade students
  • Have an advanced degree in Elementary education or comparable subject
  • Demonstrate an understanding of and skill in implementing classical curriculum and pedagogy, and seek to grow in his/her understanding of this tradition in order to re-imagine and embody the richest practices of Christian, liberal arts education
  • Be capable of instilling in students the love of learning.

Salary

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Candidates interested in applying for this position should submit a resume and cover letter to Principal Judy Jones at Judy.Jones@ca.school.


http://www.cornerstoneacademy.school
1520 NW 34th Street
Gainesville, FL 32605
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Phone: 352-378-9337
Fax: 352-378-7708

Upper School STEM Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

Reporting to the Upper School Principal and US AP, with a work year of 10 months, Cambridge Christian School seeks an Upper School Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Instructor.

Spiritual

  • Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ
  • Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
  • Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff an administration
  • Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character
  • Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith.

Position Focus

An US STEM Instructor will pursue and support the vision, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School, and will work with the US Principal, US AP, and Department Head, and teachers within their department to partner with parents in the training of all high school students as Kingdom Educators.

Position Parameters

STEM Instructors receive curriculum and assistance from the Director of Curriculum and Instruction, and the STEM Director. They are expected to adapt curriculum, plan to learning objectives, assess using a variety of formats, enter grades promptly, communicate with parents proactively, and submit lessons plans periodically to the STEM Director for review.

Scope of Instruction and Preparation

STEM Instructors are assigned teaching responsibilities in Middle School or Upper School. Example courses include, but are not limited to:

  • Middle School STEM – introducing 7th-8th grade students to the design cycle, conducting project-based learning, and teaching makerspace techniques
  • Middle School Robotics – introducing 7th-8th grade students to Vex or Lego Mindstorm robotics through builds, coding, and project-based learning.
  • Computer Science – teaching introductory CS concepts in hardware, digital representations including Binary, Hex, ASCII, abstractions, algorithms, the internet, global impacts including Machine Learning and data mining
  • Digital DesignHTML/CSS, design principles, Adobe suite of products to manage and edit digital assets
  • Journalism/Yearbook – use digital design and journalism best practices, project management techniques and yearbook software to produce, market and distribute the Yearbook
  • Engineering Fundamentals – the engineering design process, physics and mechanical principles, concepts from engineering disciplines such as Chemical, Electrical, Mechanical, Aerospace, and Systems
  • Field trips or J-Term (week in January before school reopens) instruction
  • Attend trainings in subject areas as agreed upon

Instructional Responsibilities

General

  • Assist and monitor any school improvement plans pertaining to their department
  • Attend Open Houses, Parent Night, and Graduation
  • Proctor mid-term and final exams as requested by admin
  • Comply with the discipline procedures as outlined in handbook
  • Comply with the procedures as outlined in the employee handbook; teacher dress, request for time off, no social media interaction with students, sexual ethics, etc
  • Enter daily attendance for every period
  • Establish office hours for the department and communicate with students/families
  • Monitor departmental compliance with all NILD and academic accommodation policies as outlined by Guidance and NILD therapist, to include tracking of extra time for students eligible
  • Participate in J-Term as a lead or support to any of our experimental learning experiences/trips.

Instructional Leadership

  • Enter homework on a weekly basis, by Friday or no later than Monday of each week
  • Enter grades on a weekly basis to Ren Web and complete all grades prior to end of each quarter
  • Establish grading distribution/weights as directed by department head and monitor on a weekly basis
  • Participate and enter upcoming test and long-term projects into the US test/project calendar
  • Uphold and comply with department philosophy for homework, missing/make-up work, rigor, and project management
  • Create a course syllabus prior to the start of the school year and seek approval of department head. All information on syllabus should align with all handbook policies
  • Send a communication to parents within the first weeks of school; maintain open communications with parents throughout the year; course highlights, upcoming projects, trip, student opportunities, teacher office hours, etc
  • Communicate with parents and student in regards to failing grades and student performance immediately, and document all communications
  • Provide Biblical integration in their prospective subjects.

Curricular Leadership

  • Create/Update curricular maps for each course through Rubicon Atlas
  • Create/Update lesson plans on a weekly basis; all lesson plans are to be posted in Rubicon Atlas within each corresponding curricular map. Lesson plans will be monitored by department heads
  • Create exams and exam reviews and submit to department head prior to established deadlines
  • Assist the department head through the curricular adaptation process of new curriculum
  • Assist the department head with the coordination of curricular resources for their department; preview new curriculum, track and order curricular resources throughout the year, and oversee all student access to curriculum
  • Inventory any physical curricular resources and distribute accordingly.

Professional Development

  • Attend weekly PD offerings provided by CCS
  • Keep abreast of current educational practices and attend professional conferences/workshops as made available by department head and Principals
  • Enter PD to CCSI
  • Monitor and keep abreast of their teacher certification status and progress
  • Establish a practice to reflect and create a plan for obtaining summer PD.

School Culture

  • Participate in teacher devotions (optional but they are a blessing!)
  • Lead an advisory group and assist with class events as assigned by Principals
  • Attend chapel services and sit with prospective advisory group
  • Attend divisional, departmental, and all pre/post planning meetings as directed by admin
  • Demonstrate support for the school by attending school events and US events such as fine art events, sporting events, Baccalaureate, US academic events, and marketing/fundraising events
  • Maintain a school-wide climate of high expectations, growth mindset, and cooperation.

Requirements

Minimum qualifications

  • 2 or more years of public and/or private school teaching
  • Baccalaureate Degree or higher in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math discipline, or Baccalaureate Degree in Education with a focus on High School Science, Technology, Engineering or Math.

Preferred qualifications

  • Special skills, knowledge or expertise that qualifies them to provide instruction in STEM subjects taught, especially multi-disciplinary subjects or projects
  • Knowledge of the engineering design cycle and subject-specific engineering subject areas
  • Expertise in any of the following: Microsoft Office, Digital Literacy, front-end design, HTML/CSS, web development, digital design, journalism, yearbook, makerspaces, hand and power tool usage, robotics, Adobe products, JavaScript, Blockly or graphical code like Scratch, Android App Inventor, Swift, Python, game design, Unity, invention principles, prototyping, Computer Science, Aerospace Engineering, 3D Design, AutoCAD, SketchUp, 3DS, SolidWorks, 3D printing experience, project-based learning (PBL).

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http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
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Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

Upper School Art Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking an experienced Art teacher for 6th–12th-grade level courses.

Our teachers are building Christian Community within and beyond the school, are active in a church community and serving as Christian role models to students, parents and staff.

Teachers are expected to keep abreast of current trends and assist their respective departments with long-term goal planning for the program, developing both short and long term instructional objectives.

Teachers must have strong Instructional and Classroom Management skills, including the ability to:

  • Use various teaching strategies and resources to actively engage students in learning
  • Adjust the curriculum as appropriate
  • Post lesson plans on RenWeb
  • Evaluate handouts and testing materials against student performance
  • Evaluate students and provide opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery
  • Quickly grade and return student work
  • Enforce school discipline policies in a consistent and loving manner
  • Promptly notify parents and administration of any behavioral or academic problems
  • Organize classroom and materials for efficient learning.

OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom. Each employee is responsible for continuing education and completing certification requirements.

Requirements

  • Education Requirement: Bachelor’s Degree
  • Years of Experience: 3–5
  • Licenses or Certifications: Holds or is in the process of earning a Florida Educator Certificate

For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.orangewoodchristian.org/about/employment.cfm


http://www.ocsrams.org
1300 West Maitland Boulevard
Maitland, FL 32751
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Phone: (407) 339-0223
Fax: (407) 339-4148

Director of Admission and Enrollment Management
Westminster Christian School

Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Admission and Enrollment Management is a consummate professional, an effective communicator, and demonstrates a love and enthusiasm for the Westminster mission and vision.

The Director will possess strong analytical skills, an appreciation for workflow, and the ability to motivate and encourage. In interactions, the Director will exude warmth, service, and a commitment to Christian education.

Responsibilities include to:

  • Maintain the revenue stream of a tuition-driven school, overseeing all aspects of the application process for prospective families and the re-enrollment process for current families
  • Professionally represent Westminster Christian School to prospective families through email and phone inquiries, private tours, group tours, and open house events
  • Manage Admission staff in handling all inquiries, processing applications, scheduling testing sessions, efficiently processing all document submissions, participating in family interviews on all three campuses, communicating all admission decisions personally, and providing supportive on-boarding to all students
  • Manage financial aid requests for all new applicants
  • Meet enrollment budget numbers each year with mission-appropriate students at each level maintaining retention numbers in the 95%+ range
  • Provide in-depth analysis of enrollment trends to assist with budget decisions by the CFO, Head of School and Board of Trustees
  • Provide regular and thorough reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Head of School, Campus Principals, and members of the administrative team
  • Represent Westminster Christian School at community events, private school admission events, admission conferences and other gatherings
  • Maintain a close working relationship with all area churches
  • Routinely attend and participate in weekly chapels, classroom events, sporting and fine arts events.

The Director will also have:

  • Strong skills with data management and reports
  • An understanding of long-term strategy
  • Excellent public speaking skills and a joy for storytelling
  • A collaborative spirit; the ability to maintain effective working relationships within and outside of the school community
  • Strict adherence to confidentiality at all times
  • Ability to work well under pressure and to meet deadlines.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s Degree is preferred
  • Prior experience in education, either administrative or in the classroom
  • Prior Admission experience is preferred
  • Active member in a Protestant church whose doctrine is consistent with Westminster Christian School’s Statement of Belief.

Salary

Based on experience and degree

Please address cover letter and resume to Mr. Scott Jones, Head of School and send it to the attention of Mirtha Rodriguez at mrodriguez@wcsmiami.org.

For more information about Westminster Christian School please refer to our website at https://www.wcsmiami.org under About Us.


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

Literacy Specialist K-6 Grade
Westminster Academy

The Literacy Specialist provides and leads literacy instruction and assessment to implement a quality literacy program that is research-based and meets the needs of students.

Requirements

  • Master’s Degree in Education with concentration in Literacy/Reading
  • Minimum of 5 years teaching experience in a K–6 school or equivalent environment
  • Possess and maintain Florida teacher certification.

Interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume to trombinoe@wa.edu


https://www.wa.edu/
5601 N Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
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Phone: 954.771.4600

Mathematics Specialist K–6th Grade
Westminster Academy

The Math Specialist provides and leads math instruction and assessment of a quality mathematics program that is research-based and meets the needs of students.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree (Master’s Degree preferred) in Mathematics, with extensive coursework in Education, and 5–7 years of teaching experience
  • Possess and maintain Florida teacher certification.

Interested candidates should email their cover letter and resume to trombinoe@wa.edu


https://www.wa.edu/
5601 N Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
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Phone: 954.771.4600

Strength & Conditioning Coordinator
Westminster Academy

The Strength & Conditioning Coordinator oversees weight training as part of our PE curriculum and works with the Athletic Department to train student athletes.

Requirements

PE Certification or Strength Training and assistant football coach experience

Interested candidates should email their résumé and cover letter to trombinoe@wa.edu


https://www.wa.edu/
5601 N Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
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Phone: 954.771.4600

Preschool Teacher
Spanish River Christian School

Spanish River Christian School is seeking a qualified preschool 3’s or 4’s teacher for the 2021-22 school year.

For over 35 years, Spanish River Christian has maintained high academic standards while leading and nurturing our preschool through 8th-grade students in their Christian faith.

Located in Boca Raton, FL, the school is a ministry of Spanish River Presbyterian Church.

Requirements

Qualified candidates must have a strong walk with the Lord and meet all DCF requirements for child care certification. Teacher certification in early childhood is a plus.

Salary

Based on experience

Send email to info@spanishriver.com for an application


http://spanishriverchristianschool.com/
2400 Yamato Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
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Phone: (561) 994-5006
Fax: (561) 994-1160

High School English and Interdisciplinary Studies Teacher
Bradenton Christian School

Love God, Love Students, and Love English. The right candidate will teach English and an elective course or two from a Christian perspective.

Our high school is growing rapidly and we wish to increase our course offerings for our students. We are located just minutes from Anna Maria Island on Florida’s friendly gulf coast. We serve over 850 students Pre-K through 12th grade. Our families are church-attending and very supportive of the school.

Requirements

  • Strong Christian Testimony
  • BA in English, Education, or a related field

Salary

Commensurate with experience and education

Dan Vande Pol,
Superintendent
dvandepol@bcspanthers.org


http://www.bcspanthers.org
3304 43rd Street W
Bradenton, FL 34209
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Phone: (941) 792-5454
Fax: (941) 795-7190

Accounts Payable Specialist
Westminster Christian School

Westminster is seeking a highly organized and thorough Accounts Payable Specialist.

The ideal candidate will have the ability to multitask, track budget expenses, analyze information, and will have experience with data entry and accounting/financial software.

The Accounts Payable Specialist is a team player with excellent attention to detail.

This person will:

  • Complete payments and controls expenses by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices
  • Reconcile processed work by verifying entries and comparing system reports to balances
  • Charge expenses to accounts and cost centers by analyzing invoice/expense reports; recording entries
  • Pay vendors by monitoring discount opportunities, verifying federal ID numbers, scheduling and preparing checks, and resolving purchase order, contract, invoice, or payment discrepancies and documentation
  • Ensure credit is received for outstanding memos
  • Issue stop-payments or purchase order amendments
  • Pay employees by receiving and verifying expense reports and requests for advances; preparing checks
  • Maintain accounting ledgers by verifying and posting account transactions
  • Verify vendor accounts by reconciling monthly statements and related transactions
  • Maintain historical records by filing documents
  • Disburse petty cash by recording entry and verifying documentation
  • Post customer payments by recording cash, checks, and credit card transactions
  • Process bank deposits
  • Protect organization’s value by keeping information confidential
  • Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities
  • Accomplish accounting and organization mission by completing related results as needed.

Requirements

Skills

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office suite
  • Effective communicator both verbally and in writing
  • Experience managing vendor relationships

Education, Experience, and Licensing

  • High school diploma, GED, or equivalent (required)
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field (a plus)
  • Previous accounts payable experience (preferred)

Salary

To be discussed individually based on education and experience.

Send communications about this position to Mr. Scott Jones, Head of School through Mirtha Rodriguez at mrodriguez@wcsmiami.org


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

High School Office Assistant
Westminster Christian School

Westminster is seeking an energetic high school office assistant who loves working with students, parents and all school staff.

The ideal candidate will have excellent organizational skills, the ability to prioritize and multitask, and work independently and as part of a team. The High School Office Assistant will serve as an all-school receptionist, support the administration and staff, facilitate communication throughout the school, and greet visitors, parents and students.

This person will:

  • Work in the school database to manage student information, including tardies, absences, detentions, and more
  • Manage distribution of student locker assignment and vehicle decals
  • Assist teachers with labels, mailings and other items as needed
  • Provide support to Assistant to the High School Principal with student arrivals and early dismissals, as needed
  • Create all school master phone and email list
  • Create necessary forms such as for fire drills, lock down drills and locker list
  • Update HS bulletin boards with student achievements, encouraging messages and school news
  • Maintain and assist with organizing the faculty workroom, including fixing the coffee machine
  • Provide daily lunchtime coverage to Middle School Office and support HS Principal’s Office, as needed
  • Assist administrators with high school events such as Warrior Week and graduation
  • Order and restock teacher supplies, as needed.

Required Skills:

  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Effective communicator both verbally and in writing
  • Familiar with general office equipment such as fax, copiers, and mail processing equipment.

Salary

To be determined on individual basis depending on experience and education.

Address communications about this position to Mr. Scott Jones, Head of School through Mirtha Rodriguez at mrodriguez@wcsmiami.org.


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

Middle School Seventh Grade English Teacher
Westminster Christian School

Westminster is seeking candidates who will bring enthusiasm and experience to teaching the analysis of literature, figurative language, and reading comprehension.

Emphasis is on the study — both collectively and independently — of a variety of novels, short stories, plays, and poetry.

The writing portion of the class stresses the development of vocabulary, research, mechanics, and grammatical skills to communicate effectively.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will possess at minimum an undergraduate degree in English and be certified or certifiable with the Florida Department of Education.

Successful candidates will be able to articulate and implement an educational philosophy based in a reformed, evangelical theology and must be an active member of a Protestant church.

Salary

To be determined on an individual basis depending on education and experience.

Please address communications to Mr. Scott Jones, Head of School, through Mirtha Rodriguez at mrodriguez@wcsmiami.org.


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

Business/Accounting Teacher
Westminster Christian School

Westminster Christian School is seeking an experienced Business/Accounting teacher.

Applicants must be able to:

  • Develop lesson plans and original assessments
  • Keep accurate records of student progress
  • Communicate with students, parents, and counselors to discuss any concerns or issues that may arise
  • Collaborate with the department head and colleagues on a regular basis.

Requirements

Qualified candidates will meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Related Master’s degree, or at least 18 graduate degree credits in field
  • Certified or certifiable with the Florida Department of Education

The successful candidate will be able to articulate and implement an educational philosophy based in a reformed, evangelical theology and must be an active member of a Protestant church.

Salary

To be determined on an individual basis depending education and experience.

Please direct communications to Mr. Scott Jones, Head of School via Mirtha Rodriguez at mrodriguez@wcsmiami.org.


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

College Counselor
Westminster Christian School

Westminster is seeking a College Counselor to educate students and parents about colleges, the college admissions process, trends, procedures, and testing.

The counselor will support 30–50 students and their families as they go through the college admission process and provide sound advice to set realistic expectations.

Experience in college admissions or high school college counseling, teaching experience, is a plus. Bachelor’s degree is required, and a master’s degree is preferred.

The College Counselor reports to the Director of College Counseling and is responsible for administering all aspects of the college search and admissions process, including the following:

  • Educates students and parents about colleges, the college admissions process, trends, procedures, and testing; advises and supporting classes of 30-50 seniors and families as they go through the process; and helps students and families aspire realistically and choose wisely
  • Meets with high school students, individually and in groups, to talk about process and individual college choices; also advises students on curricular choices as needed
  • Meets with all college admissions representatives who visit our campus and facilitating meetings between college representatives and our students; also serves as liaison with College admissions offices throughout the year
  • Works with Registrar to maintain records on all students, including GPA’s and transcripts
  • Writes an official school recommendation for each senior, gathering information from parents, teachers, school records, and students themselves; also completes an All School Report and mid-year report forms requested by colleges, including evaluations of students.
  • Shares information on colleges, college guides, scholarships, financial aid, and paying for college.
  • Keeps parents informed about test dates, local college events, and financial aid.
  • Keeps track of admission decisions and statistics.

Other responsibilities include to:

  • Meet with parents and students to create the student’s schedule based on their college of choice and adjust the schedule as needed
  • Make informational presentations to parents, such as annual presentations to parents of 8th graders, parents of juniors, new parents, and Parents’ Guild
  • Stay informed of issues and trends in college admission, higher education, testing, as well as keeping up-to-date about specific colleges and maintaining membership in professional organizations: the College Board, the National Association of College Admission Counselors
  • Maintain and disseminate information about standardized tests, such as SAT and ACT
  • Travel on college tours with students and travel to colleges to learn about them
  • Assist, attend and prepare for the Miami Invitational College Fair and Cruise
  • Assist, attend and prepare for the Senior Boot Camp
  • Attend Warrior Week
  • Undertake other duties, as assigned.

Requirements

Experience in college admissions or high school college counseling.

Bachelor’s Degree required, Master’s Degree preferred.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Strong interpersonal communication and organizational skills
  • Familiarity with the goals, objectives, and mission of an independent college preparatory school
  • The ability to respond effectively to the needs of a diverse and demanding student and parent population
  • Knowledge of colleges, their academic programs, admission policies, and financial policies and procedures.

Salary

To be determined based on experience and education

Please send information addressed to Mr. Scott Jones, Head of School to Mirtha Rodriguez at mrodriguez@wcsmiami.org


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

Band Instructor
Westminster Academy

Band Instructor for grades 6 through 12

Requirements

The ideal candidate should hold at minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Candidates must have a strong Christian testimony.

Please send resume and cover letter to:
trombinoe@wa.edu


https://www.wa.edu/
5601 N Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
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Phone: 954.771.4600

Lower School Assistant Principal / Director of Early Childhood
Cambridge Christian School

The Lower School Assistant Principal and Director of Early Childhood reports to the Lower School Principal and supervises the Lower School and Early Childhood Faculty, Staff and Students throughout a 12-month work year.

The position focuses on assisting the Lower School Principal in administrating the Lower School and Early Childhood Division, which includes the management of its faculty and staff members, monitoring of the Early Childhood annual budget, the oversight of its daily operation, and the fulfillment of all responsibilities/duties assigned by the Lower School Principal.

Spiritual

  • Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ
  • Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
  • Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff and administration
  • Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character
  • Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith

Position Parameters

  • Provides spiritual and professional leadership to the faculty, staff and school parents
  • Role-models Christian behavior and personal growth
  • Directs the planning and implementation of devotions and chapel services
  • Monitors all contractual requirements, spiritual and professional, of faculty/staff members
  • Responds to guidance and counseling needs of faculty/staff members, parents and students
  • Communicates the school’s educational goals and mission to faculty/staff/parents and monitors their attainment
  • Assists in delegating responsibilities/duties to Team Leaders, faculty, and staff members
  • Keeps abreast of current educational practices and attends professional conferences/workshops
  • Assists with any other duties assigned by the Lower School Principal
  • Maintains the Lower School Office in the absence of the Lower School Principal

Assists the Lower School Principal in the following:

  • Monitors student academic achievement and educational growth
  • Oversees and enforces timely and accurate teacher Renweb homework and grade postings
  • Oversees and enforces prompt submission of accurate, complete lesson plans in the Lower School
  • Maintains all standards required for accreditation
  • Enforces all School Board policies and additional regulations/procedures such as outlined in the Parent/Student Handbook and other governing documents
  • Schedules all extra-curricular programs/activities, special classes, planning periods, chapels, lunch periods, etc.
  • Oversees and provides direction to Lead Teachers
  • Maintains good communications and public relations with parents so as to ensure a strong home/school partnership
  • Implements the teacher evaluation system with the Lower School faculty and staff
  • Oversees student’s groups/student leadership council/morning show teams/yearbook representatives/school newspaper reporters/safety patrol
  • Assists with the screening/admissions process for Lower School

The Director of Early Childhood:

  • Oversees all aspects of the daily operation of the Little Lambs program and Early Childhood Department
  • Maintains all DCF regulations, safety/health standards and procedures and communicates any regulation changes to Lower School Principal
  • Maintains good communications and public relations with parents so as to ensure a strong home/school partnership
  • Conducts semi-annual performance reviews with Early Childhood faculty and staff
  • Attends the School Board meetings when required by the Board
  • Counsels and disciplines the students in partnership with parents
  • Assists with the screening/admissions process for Early Childhood
  • Oversees DCF Inspection
  • Meets regularly with the Early Childhood faculty and staff

Requirements

  • The Lower School and Early Childhood Assistant Principal must have a minimum of a Master’s Degree in Education or related areas of supervision or leadership with a minimum of 5 years teaching experience, and 3 years of successful experience in educational leadership experience
  • CDA and Director’s Credential is preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise, communicate and delegate to adults and children
  • A Christian who is a member of good standing and actively serving in a Bible-believing church

Tracy Moss
Tmoss@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
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Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

Student Support Service Teacher
Westminster Academy

Westminster Academy is seeking a full-time Student Support Services Teacher for grades PreK–5.

Requirements

  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education (a Master’s degree is preferred)
  • At least 3 years teaching experience in a special needs program along with either Orton Gillingham certification or Wilson training

Interested candidates should email their résumé and cover letter to trombinoe@wa.edu


https://www.wa.edu/
5601 N Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
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Phone: 954.771.4600

NILD Part-Time Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

With a work year from August to May (10 months), the NILD Educational Therapist reports to the Director of Educational Services. To service students, the NILD Educational Therapist:

  • Coordinates with each teacher and parent involved
  • Provides NILD therapy as described in the manual
  • Supervises accommodations per individual student needs
  • Keeps account of grades/student output in the classroom
  • Attends provided training
  • Attends parent meetings
  • Coordinates needs with the Program Director.

Position Parameters

  • Provides spiritual and professional leadership to the students, parents and staff
  • Role-models Christian behavior and spiritual growth
  • Participates in book studies developed by the Program Coordinator
  • Integrates Biblical truth strands within weekly sessions
    Provides instruction and analyzes/evaluates development of individual students
  • Develops individualized plans for weekly sessions based on student needs
  • Incorporates NILD techniques within plans to accomplish a minimum of 8-10 per session
  • Monitors student development through anecdotal records and specific testing
  • Monitors student grades weekly, trouble-shooting problems as they occur
  • Designs and oversees accommodations aligned with CCS policy for each individual student
  • Conducts two 80-minute sessions per student each week, making up sessions missed for therapist absence
  • Reports on student growth annually using specific testing and protocol
  • Communicates regularly with parents and teachers of each student including a quarterly report using the fillable form provided
  • Maintains or works towards NILD Educational Certification
  • Keeps abreast of current NILD standards and practices by attending provided webinars and/or conferences
  • Performs as liaison between student, teacher and parent
  • Maintains good communications and public relations with parents so as to ensure a strong home/school partnership
  • Assists in professional development training regarding students with needs
  • Attends faculty meetings and professional development required of teachers

Requirements

  • Have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in an educational field or a field relating to academic needs
  • Have completed Level I training through NILD
  • Plan to continue to complete the levels of training until certified through NILD
  • Prepare lessons and perform tasks designed according to the NILD manual
  • Communicate with children, teachers and parents
  • Be a follower of Christ who is a member of good standing and actively serving in a Bible-believing church

Carol Minks
cminks@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
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Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

Upper School English Teacher
Cambridge Christian School

Reporting to the Principal, with a work year of 10 months, the Upper School English Teacher focuses on education and care for the whole student, guided by policies set forth in the school’s Faculty/Staff Manual, Mission Statement and Board of Trustees Manual.

Spiritual

  • Seek to role model in attitude, speech, and action a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ
  • Motivate others to accept God’s gift of salvation and grow in their faith
  • Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, staff and administration
  • Lead others to a realization of their worth in Christ and cultivate their growth in Christ-like character
  • Subscribe to and promote the statement of faith

Position Parameters

Demonstrate love for God

  • Express specific knowledge of the Bible and its application to subject area(s)
  • Practice daily devotions of prayer, reading of God’s Word, and meditation
  • Provide Christian service to others both within and outside the school
  • Model an exemplary Christian walk in speech, attitude and actions
  • Submit to authority out of obedience to Christ

Demonstrate love for students

  • Treat each child as uniquely gifted by God for the purpose of serving others (I Peter 4:10)
  • Show through actions that each child is made to reflect God Himself
  • Discipline all students fairly and firmly out of love for them
  • Encourage all students persistently (catch each of them “doing good”)
  • Guide all students in helping other students learn
  • Evaluate students’ progress in learning with announced criteria fairly applied

Demonstrate professional competence and vision

  • Show a strong knowledge of learning theory, curriculum design, and subject area(s)
  • Construct and/or use courses, units, and lessons that integrate this knowledge
  • Select materials and lesson designs that specifically carry out the goals derived from the school’s mission statement
  • Use evaluation instruments that match the school’s goals and specific objectives, that allow each child to show well what he/she has learned, and that help students meet high expectations of learning
  • Implement 21st Century best practices in the classroom
  • Utilize teaching methods that require student to think critically
  • Pursue further learning of subject area(s) while seeking the best pedagogy for the school’s goals

Communicate effectively according to biblical standards

  • Speak clearly, honestly, and with great concern for the audience
  • Use fresh analogies to connect new concepts to student’s experience
  • Relate stories of God’s faithfulness, personal and communal, with clarity and enthusiasm
  • Guide students to view life through a Biblical worldview perspective
  • Vary the means (visual, audible, tactile) and language (abstract, concrete, metaphorical, etc.) depending on the subject and the needs of all children
  • Encourage each child’s expression, and help students to adopt biblical principles for making choices
  • Model awe for the destructive power of sin and God’s restoration of creation and human beings

Communicate with parents and encourage their participation in their child’s education

  • Communicate with parents when a student is only working at a “D” or “F” level at the earliest possible opportunity

Build Christian community within and outside the school

  • Give help to fellow teachers and support staff
  • Assist student beyond the classroom: playground, hallways, extracurricular sponsorship, personal guidance, etc.
  • Meet with staff members to listen, learn, worship, and exchange advice for helping students meet the goals of the school
  • Contact parents for help in educating their child
  • Provide a classroom atmosphere (displays, warmth, arrangement of furniture etc.) that fosters Christian community

Requirements

  • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from an accredited college or university
  • Current certification in this state in the subject area or grade level for which the teacher is hired or obtain certification within two years of employment
  • Committed Christ-follower
  • Active member of a local Bible believing church
  • Demonstrated ability to teach children well

Austin Temperley
atemperley@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
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Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

Spanish Teacher
Pinewood Christian Academy

Teach the Spanish language and Latin-American heritage and culture through fun, interactive lessons using children’s books, music, and hands-on activities.

Requirements

  • Prefer FL certification in Spanish (grades K-12)
  • Prefer native speaker
  • Must work well with younger children

Salary

This is a part-time position with a salary based on hours and enrollment. Please call to inquire.

Call 904-272-6408 or email kb@pcaknights.org


http://www.pcaknights.org
198 Knight Boxx Road
Middleburg, FL 32068
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Phone: (904) 272-6408

Elementary Teacher
Kendall Christian School

Kendall Christian School is seeking to hire a highly qualified elementary teacher for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year.

KCS has approximately 80 employees and almost 400 students from preschool through elementary. Our school offers exceptional instruction in core academics, along with a project-based approach to learning that fosters critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity and collaboration.

The purpose of the elementary teacher is to prepare students for meaningful lives by contributing to their educational and social development.

Requirements

  • Minimum 5 years of teaching experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Professional or Temporary State Teaching Certification
  • A mature, personal Christian faith consistent with Kendall Christian School’s Statement of Faith, including being a born again Christian, active member of a Protestant church, and exhibiting a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Entrepreneurial spirit, flexible, has initiative and desire to work collaboratively with colleagues
  • Ability to maintain an appropriate work/life balance
  • Strong problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills
  • Solid communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as strong organizational skills

Salary

  • Full Time
  • 10-month position (August – May)
  • Salary range from $40,000 to $65,000 based on experience
  • 75% of employee health care cost is paid by the employer
  • Up to 3% employer contribution matched annually towards 403(b) pension/retirement fund
  • Employee lunch provided
  • Domestic and international professional development opportunities
  • Multiple stipend opportunities available (club sponsor, sports coach, etc.)
  • 50% reduction in tuition for children of KCS employees
  • Supplemental summer employment is available

Please email your resume to:

Mrs. Susie Fernandez
Human Resources and Office Manager
Kendall Christian School
8485 SW 112th Street
Miami, FL 33156
Email: sfernandez@kendallchristian.com


http://www.kendallchristian.com
8485 SW 112 Street
Miami, FL 33156
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Phone: (305) 271-3723
Fax: (305) 274-0648

Elementary Robotics/Engineering Teacher
Kendall Christian School

Kendall Christian School is seeking to hire a highly-qualified elementary teacher for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year.

KCS has approximately 80 employees and almost 400 students in preschool and elementary. Our school offers exceptional instruction in core academics, along with a project-based approach to learning that fosters critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity and collaboration.

The purpose of the elementary teacher is to prepare students for meaningful lives by contributing to their educational and social development.

Requirements

  • Have a minimum of 2 years teaching experience at the elementary level
  • Hold a Bachelor’s Degree in education or related field
  • Demonstrate a mature personal Christian faith consistent with Kendall Christian School’s Statement of Faith, including being a born-again Christian, active member of a Protestant church, and exhibiting a close personal walk with Jesus Christ
  • Hold a Professional State Teaching Certification in field (preferred, not required for this specific position)
  • Have experience in planning and developing curriculum
  • Have an entrepreneurial spirit, flexibility, initiative and desire to work collaboratively with colleagues
  • Can maintain an appropriate work/life balance
  • Demonstrate strong problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills
  • Possess solid communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as strong organizational skills

Salary

  • Full time or part time available
  • 10-Month position (August – May)
  • Salary range from $40,000 to $60,000 based on experience
  • 75% of employee health care cost is paid by the employer
  • Up to 3% matched annually towards pension/retirement fund
  • Employee lunch provided
  • Domestic and international professional development opportunities
  • Multiple stipend opportunities available (club sponsor, sports coach, etc.)
  • 50% reduction in tuition for children of KCS employees
  • Supplemental summer employment is available

Please email your resume to:<br>
<br>
Mrs. Susie Fernandez<br>
Human Resources and Office Manager<br>
Kendall Christian School<br>
8485 SW 112th Street<br>
Miami, FL 33156<br>
Email: sfernandez@kendallchristian.com


http://www.kendallchristian.com
8485 SW 112 Street
Miami, FL 33156
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Phone: (305) 271-3723
Fax: (305) 274-0648

Director of Spiritual Life
Westminster Christian School

Westminster Christian School is seeking a director of spiritual life to serve in spiritual leadership of the school community in partnership with the head of school and the administrative team.

A strong candidate will have experience in Christian ministry working with children, students, and adults. Applicants must demonstrate evidence of excellent written communication skills and outstanding verbal communication ability. The ability to effectively present the gospel to students is essential. Competence in music, worship arts, and production is necessary. The ability to lead worship through music is preferred though not required.

The candidate must demonstrate a history of successfully leading teams, empowering people, and developing leaders. Additionally, the candidate must possess strong administrative and organizational skills. A seminary degree or other advanced degree is preferred.

Requirements

All members of the Westminster administration and faculty must declare their unconditional agreement with Article III of the Charter; they must be scripturally sound in their teaching and must lead exemplary Christian lives. All members of the administration and faculty must also demonstrate a clear testimony of Christian faith, spiritual maturity, an understanding of Reformed theology, and active involvement in a local Protestant church whose doctrine is consistent with the Westminster Christian School Statement of Belief.

Persons interested in joining the Westminster team will be asked to put their vision and leadership skills to work. Westminster is looking for people with strong, well-defended opinions who are also team players. Westminster seeks confident, creative, energetic people who are passionate about instilling the love of learning and the love of Jesus in students.

Salary

To be discussed when contacted about position

Mirtha Rodriguez, Assistant to the Head of School at mrodriguez@wcsmiami.org on behalf of Scott Jones, Head of School sjones@wcsmiami.org


http://www.wcsmiami.org
6855 S.W. 152nd St
Miami, FL 33157
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Phone: (305) 233-2030
Fax: (305) 253-9623

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