An independent school for girls in grades 6-12, inspired by the teachings of the Catholic Church, Montrose School was founded in 1979 and is located in the welcoming community of Medfield, 17 miles southwest of Boston. Montrose School attracts a talented and growing student population from 50 towns and communities.
The students and their families as well as the faculty and staff are noted for their commitment to the school’s mission - educating young women who are called to greatness of mind, heart and character. Faculty are members of a collegial community dedicated to professional excellence.
In addition to teaching four or more sections of academic courses and serving as outstanding role models to our girls, all faculty members at Montrose School are involved in student life as mentors to four or more students. Most faculty members are also homeroom teachers, coaches and mentors of co-curricular activities such as drama, publications, speech, service clubs and student-initiated groups.
All new faculty members are mentored by a veteran teacher in a formal program, and together with veteran teachers, they participate in various professional development opportunities throughout the year.
Qualified applicants should send a letter of interest, resume and 3 references via email or conventional mail to Janine Bianchi, Director of Human Resources, Montrose School, 29 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Montrose is seeking a math and science teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. The successful candidate will be an accomplished teacher of science and math bringing passion and enthusiasm for these subject matters and for coaching adolescent girls to acquire and achieve a high level of proficiency in math, logical scientific inquiry and investigation while fostering a growth mindset. Comfort working one-on-one with students and being open and accessible to providing extra-help, while demonstrating proficiency and comfort with technology and delivering blended learning are key attributes of a successful candidate. Compelling applicants will have significant coursework in a relevant subject (a master’s degree is preferred, but not required), an interest in curriculum development, at least three years of classroom experience, and an appreciation for all-girls’ education.
Montrose School is always seeking interested substitute teachers. If you consider yourself flexible, creative and passionate about educating young women in grades 6 through 12, and are willing to work both independently and collaboratively, please follow the application process described in the box to the right. Bachelor’s degree required.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and 3 references to the Director of Human Resources (at the address or email below), who will schedule an interview and visit with qualified applicants.