Join us for our Curriculum Night Open House at Montrose School, where girls are called to greatness.
Greatness of mind, heart and character. A nationally recognized program where graduates are admitted to top colleges and universities. That's what makes a Montrose education unique. You may pre-register by emailing Admissions@MontroseSchool.org, but walk-ins are always welcome!
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 advisors to four or more students. Most faculty members are also homeroom teachers, coaches and advisors 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 Maura Conry, Academic Administrator, Montrose School, 29 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Montrose seeks a full-time, short-term veteran teacher of Spanish to cover maternity leave from December 2018 through June 2019. The successful candidate will be a veteran teacher of native or near-native fluency, who will plan and teach all levels of high school Spanish including AP.
A Spanish teacher at Montrose will develop and implement rigorous and relevant lesson plans, activities, and learning experiences to ensure meaningful language acquisition for each student; teach the Spanish language and culture to develop students' cultural and linguistic competence while emphasizing communicative proficiency and, as developmentally appropriate, develop students' knowledge of grammar and syntax, sentence and paragraph structure, composition, vocabulary and proper word usage, colloquialisms, and interpretation of literature, and conducts ongoing assessment of student learning, and keeps accurate records of students progress in a classroom environment that supports successful student learning.
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.
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Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume and 3 references to the Academic Administrator (at the address or email below), who will schedule an interview and visit with qualified applicants.