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.
Montrose seeks a Strategic Director of Technology to lead the strategic and operational aspects of technology at the School. The position will work closely with the Head of School, the Associate Head of School and the CFO to help make Montrose a leader in the use of technology to educate middle and upper school girls.
Montrose School seeks a mission-driven and enterprising professional with a proven track record of success as its next Assistant Director of Development and Alumnae. This position will play a key role in building the next chapter of the school’s future. Reporting to the Director of Development, the Assistant Director will serve as both a leadership gift officer and a pivotal leader for the Montrose Annual Fund, Alumnae Relations, the annual Montrose Auction, and the Annual Montrose Golf Tournament.
Montrose School invites applications for teaching internships in all disciplines for the 2022-2023 school year. Interns develop as teachers with coaching from the Associate Head of School, Upper School Director and/or Middle School Director, and participate in the life of the school as teachers of one to two academic class sections, and as mentors and coaches. Specific responsibilities will be aligned with the intern's particular academic interest, and interns will be mentored by a veteran in their field. Successful candidates will be committed to learning about best-practice secondary school teaching within a professional community and may have the opportunity to combine the teaching internship with participation in the operation of a growing school in admissions, development or other administrative office. Outstanding recent college graduates will be considered for this internship for which a stipend is paid in addition to the hands-on learning experience offered; the possibility of full-time employment may be available after completion of the internship.
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.
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 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. Bachelor’s degree required.