The Loyola School, founded in the Jesuit tradition of academic learning, personal care, and spiritual growth, is a scholarship-based school serving children aged two through grade four from Baltimore City families of limited financial means.
Our dedicated faculty honors the uniqueness of each child and family and nurtures the potential of all children by providing a caring and supportive environment where they can be active, engaged and reflective learners.
We accompany our children as they develop both the academic competence and confidence to become leaders in their classroom, their school and, ultimately, the greater Baltimore community and beyond.
The first-grade teacher should be capable of implementing a robust curriculum in language arts, math, social studies, science and technology to a homeroom group of 14 first graders.
All Loyola School teachers must
- possess the commitment and knowledge to lead groups of diverse learners in a respectful, equitable, and inclusive manner,
- inspire a love of learning in young students and maintain a passion for personal learning and professional growth,
- communicate directly with parents as they collaborate to support their child’s progress in learning,
- demonstrate good cheer, humor and warmth balanced by professionalism and sound judgement,
- maintain a high degree of confidentiality and integrity, and
- build constructive, collaborative working relationships.
The successful candidate will need elementary education teaching experience in a technology-enriched environment as well as a Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree preferred) in Elementary Education or a related field.
Interested candidates should email a cover letter and current resume to [email protected].
- Full time
- Medical plan
- Paid sick leave, personal days, and vacation
- School-sponsored 401k
- Tuition remission toward a graduate degree at Loyola University Maryland
The Loyola School is an equal opportunity employer. The School actively seeks diversity in all categories of employment and at all employment levels. Individuals are treated without discrimination based on race, color, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, marital status, disability or any other impermissible factor in accordance with federal, state or local law.