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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.

With STEM growing to an estimated 9 million jobs by 2022, Cambridge Christian School’s Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics program is integrated from kindergarten.

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.

The South Florida Business Journal has recognized Kendall Christian School as one of the Best Places to Work in South Florida 2019.

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.

Students will take the NWEA MAP Growth test, which is gaining popularity among private, Christian, and charter schools across Florida.

The classes are held by Ralph Drollinger of Capitol Ministries, which provides ministry to government officials.

Dr. Wackes was headmaster at Westminster Academy for 32 years and a leader in Christian school accreditation. His hymnbook ??Wacketi Mana?? (“Wackes Words”) from his time as a missionary is still in use in New Guinea.

WA’s Team 744 demonstrated their latest robot to state senators and representatives at the State Capitol, Tallahassee.

Maloni’s mother discovered the Florida tax credit scholarship that would enable her 9-year-old to attend Seven Rivers.

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

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

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

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 Vero Beach TOTS
Vero Beach

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.

Teaching Our Toddlers Spiritually


Granada Day School
Coral Gables

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.


Westminster Academy
Fort Lauderdale

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.

Job Opportunities

Lower School Dean of Students
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking an experienced Dean of Students for the Lower school.

Our Deans of Students build Christian Community within and beyond the school, are active in a church community, and serve as Christian role models to students, parents and staff.

They are responsible for attendance, discipline, safety and related personnel services and performs the duties within the authority and responsibility delegated by the Principal.

They respect professional ethics that require confidentiality concerning the sharing of information about students, parents or staff.

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

Middle School Math Teacher
Summit Christian School

  1. Reflect the purpose of the School, which is to honor Christ in every class and in every activity. Teachers are expected to integrate biblical principles and the Christian philosophy of education throughout the curriculum and activities
  2. Lead students to a realization of their value in Christ
  3. Cooperate with the administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the School
  4. Teach classes as assigned following prescribed scope and sequence as scheduled by the administrator
  5. Keep proper discipline in the classroom and on the school premises and create a good learning environment
  6. Plan broadly through the use of semester and quarterly plans and objectives, and more currently through the lesson planning
  7. Utilize valid best practices to achieve curriculum goals within the framework of the school’s philosophy
  8. Employ a variety of instructional aids, methods, and materials that will provide for creative teaching to reach the whole child: spiritual, mental, physical, social, and emotional
  9. Assess the learning of students on a regular basis and provide progress reports as required
  10. Keep students, parents, and the administration adequately informed of progress or deficiencies
  11. Recognize the need for good public relations and represent the School in a favorable and professional manner to the school’s constituency and the general public
  12. Develop and maintain rapport with students, parents, and staff by treating others with friendliness, dignity, and consideration
  13. Follow the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with conflict with students, parents, staff, and administration
  14. Attend school functions including, but not limited to: spring musical, awards, band and/or choir concerts, Christmas plays, dramas, and graduations
  15. Know and respond appropriately to the procedures for dealing with issues of an emergency nature

Kyle Mast - Head of School (kmast@summitchristianschool.org)

http://www.SummitChristianSchool.org
9065 Ligon Ct.
Fort Myers, FL 33908
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Phone: (239) 482-7007
Fax: (239) 481-9617

High School Math Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking an experienced Math Teacher for High School 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 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 performance
  • evaluating 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 any behavioral or academic problems and organizing classroom and materials for efficient learning.

OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom. 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
Cornerstone Academy

Cornerstone Academy, a private Christian Classical pre-K-12 school in Gainesville, FL, is searching for a principal.

Requirements

Christ-follower who is degreed in Educational Leadership and certified K-12 or certifiable in the state of Florida.

Salary

Commensurate with experience.

Please send Vitae to: Amber.Livingston@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

Middle School English
Cambridge Christian School

  • Title: US Instructor
  • Reports to: US Principal and US AP
  • Work Year: 10 months

An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor 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.

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

Instructional Responsibilities

  • 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.

Pam Ruiz-Cameron pruiz@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

High School Math
Cambridge Christian School

  • Title: US Instructor
  • Reports to: US Principal and US AP
  • Work Year: 10 months

An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor 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

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

Inatructional Responsibilities

  • 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.

Pam Ruiz-Cameron pruiz@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

High School Science — Part Time
Cambridge Christian School

  • Title: US Instructor
  • Reports to: US Principal and US AP
  • Work Year: 10 months

An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor 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

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.

Instructional Responsibilities

  • 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.

Pam Ruiz-Cameron pruiz@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

High School English
Cambridge Christian School

  • Title: US Instructor
  • Reports to: US Principal and US AP
  • Work Year: 10 months

An US Instructor will pursue and support the vison, mission, and core values of Cambridge Christian School. An US Instructor 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

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.

Instructional Responsibilities:

  • 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.

Pam Ruiz-Cameron pruiz@ccslancers.com


http://ccslancers.com/
6101 N. Habana Avenue
Tampa, FL 33614
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: (813) 872-6744
Fax: (813) 872-6013

Upper School Principal
Cambridge Christian School

  • Title: US Principal
  • Reports to: Head of School
  • Work Year: 12 months

The US Principal will pursue and support the mission of Cambridge Christian School and partner with the Head of School to implement its realization.

The US Principal administrates the Middle and High Schools including the management of faculty and staff members and supervision of spiritual and academic programs. He/she also oversees the annual US budget and oversees daily operations including the fulfillment of any and all responsibilities/duties assigned by the Head of School.

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

Professional Leadership

  • Manage and provide guidance and support for the US Administrative support team which includes US Assistant Principal (USAP), College and Career office, US office staff, MS Coordinator, MS Disciplinary Mentor and Department Heads
  • Recruit and maintain highly qualified faculty/staff, provide opportunities for professional growth to faculty/staff, and lead implementation of evaluation system for faculty/staff
  • Manage and delegate responsibilities/duties to all faculty and staff members
  • Serve on the Academic Team
  • Assist with professional development school wide as a member of the Academic Team and manage Rubicon Atlas for the Upper School
  • Maintain all standards required for accreditation by all accrediting bodies
  • Keep abreast of current educational practices and attend professional conferences/workshops
  • Oversee the US calendar and manage all communications to parents/students/faculty prior to their release
  • Lead all US divisional meetings, oversee morning devotions, and coordinate workshops/trainings
  • Assist with teacher certification process as needed
  • Oversee the utilization of Cambridge Christian Staff Institute (CCSI) by Upper School staff
  • Attend and assist with Upper School events
  • Manage all aspects of the daily operations of the US office

Academic Leadership

  • Implement the recommendations made by the Academic Team to the MS & US academic and fine arts programs
  • Administrate all aspects of curriculum and instruction for MS & US, to include overall direction for and coordination of MS & US curricular resources, implementation of best practices and methodology, and instructional coaching for faculty
  • Manage the US AP, MS Coordinator, and Department Heads through the acquisition and distribution of all curricular resources for the MS & US, monitor curriculum budget; guide curricular adaptation process; and oversee all communication in regard to curricular resources
  • Collaborate with the Director of Guidance & College Placement (DGCP) in the administration of each academic track, the development of all course descriptions for curriculum guide, and all college and career services
  • Guide and collaborate with the DGCP in the development of the master course schedule, teacher assignments, and the process for course selections, student placement, and student schedules
  • Oversee the coordination of scheduling standardized testing and semester exams
    Provide final approval for all student semester exams, monitor project/test calendar, and uphold academic deadlines for projects/tests/reviews prior to exams
  • Collaborate with Department Heads in setting academic goals, curricular scope and sequences, course descriptions and overall course development per core subject
  • Monitor and support the faculty implementation of active learning strategies and Biblical worldview and technology integration as evidenced in Rubicon and observed in the classrooms
  • Supervise curricular work done in Rubicon (to include updating curricular maps and uploading current lesson plans), development and updating of Moodle, and professional growth through CCSI
  • Oversee the coordination of afterschool, summer, and J-term programs to include acquiring personnel, scheduling, and development of program goals and objectives

Student Affairs & Performance

  • Monitor student academic performance, to include quarterly progress checks, report cards, and collaborate with faculty, the DGCP, and Educational Services Director to identify students with low academic achievement or need of counseling
  • Communicate and manage all aspects of the student disciplinary system, and monitor faculty classroom management procedures and goals
  • Ensure there is consistent implementation and follow-through of all disciplinary codes and procedures by the USAP and assist USAP with level 2 and 3 offenses as needed
  • Enforce all School Board policies and additional regulations/procedures such as outlined in the Parent/Student Handbook and other governing documents
  • Implement and monitor all health and safety regulations, and ensure there is proper supervision of students on campus at all times
  • Confer with students, parents, and teachers as needed
  • Oversee all student programs, clubs, trips, activities, events and both MS & HS chapel programs

Public Relations & Admissions

  • Lead open houses for prospective US families
  • Approve all prospective student files
  • Assist admissions with new family assimilation into the CCS culture, to include meeting with new families prior to school and coordinating all communications to ensure a smooth transition into the school year
  • Impart information through Connections, newsletters to parents, or blogs as requested by Director of Communications and/or Head of School
  • Involve school and students in community activities such as competitions and service projects
  • Revise and update all US forms, communications, and Parent/Student Handbook as needed

Budget & Operations

  • Administrate US annual budget, submit budget projections, control budget and expending of funds by purchase orders, and determine faculty/staff stipends
  • Assess all budgetary request and program budgets and prioritize approval process within budgetary constraints
  • Oversee all physical aspects of the US campus to include all requests for classrooms and offices by faculty/staff
  • Coordinate with the Operations Director and the USAP to ensure all summer maintenance request are scheduled and a timeline has been established prior to the end of school
  • Monitor the upkeep and maintenance of the US campus.

Requirements


  • A minimum of a master’s degree in Education or related areas of supervision or leadership
  • A minimum of 5 years’ teaching experience and 3 years’ administrative experience is preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to supervise, communicate and delegate to adults and teenagers
  • Strong people skills, detailed oriented, strong organizational skills, strong verbal and written communication skills
  • A Christian who is a member in good standing and actively serving in a Bible-believing church.


Pam Ruiz-Cameron pruiz@ccslancers.com


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

Middle School Principal
Spanish River Christian School

Spanish River Christian School (SRCS), located on twenty acres in Boca Raton, Florida, offers programs for Pre-K3’s through 8th grade, enrolling approximately 500 students.

Established in 1982 as a ministry of Spanish River Presbyterian Church, SRCS provides a biblically-based, accelerated academic program with outstanding athletics, interscholastic sports, advanced technology, and fine arts.

Duties will be to provide leadership in development, implementation, and evaluation of curriculum (grades 6-8); identify, develop and provide educational programs for both gifted students and those in need of remediation.

Qualification requirements and detailed job description are available by sending a request via email to: info@spanishriver.com

Requirements

Candidates for must have 5+ yrs teaching experience and demonstrated leadership skills; master’s degree/certified in admin & supervision, Ed. Leadership, Ed. Counseling, or Elementary Ed; and exemplary Christian walk.

Salary

Based on experience

Cheryl Burdin, Headmaster


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

School Counselor
Westminster Academy

Westminster Academy is seeking a qualified upper school Guidance Counselor who will be working with grades 6 through 8.

Requirements

The ideal candidate would be Florida-certified. Candidates must also have a strong Christian testimony.

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

Upper School Latin Teacher
Westminster Academy

Westminster Academy is seeking a qualified upper school Latin teacher to teach Latin I through AP Latin.

Requirements

The ideal candidate would Florida-certified in foreign languages. Candidates must also have a strong Christian testimony.

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

High School English Teacher
Westminster Academy

Westminster Academy is seeking a qualified High School English teacher. The ideal candidate would Florida certified. Candidates must also have a strong Christian testimony.

Requirements

 

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

Upper School Chorus Teacher
Westminster Academy

Westminster Academy is seeking a qualified upper school Chorus teacher who will be working with grades 6 through 12. Candidates must also have a strong Christian testimony.

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


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

Admissions Director
Westminster Academy

Westminster Academy seeks an experienced Director of Admissions. A member of the Advancement Team, the Director is responsible to all admissions activities including recruitment, selection, and retention of mission-appropriate families. The best candidates will have demonstrated experience in a similar position and understand the balance between sales and gate-keeping.

Requirements

Candidates must also have a strong Christian testimony.

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

Middle School Science Teacher
Westminster Academy

Westminster Academy is seeking a qualified Middle School Science teacher. The ideal candidate would be Florida certified. Candidates must have a strong Christian testimony.

Requirements

Westminster Academy is seeking a qualified High School English teacher. The ideal candidate would Florida certified. Candidates must also have a strong Christian testimony.

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
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Phone: 954.771.4600

Elementary, Middle School Teachers
Spanish River Christian School

Spanish River Christian School is seeking qualified elementary and middle school teachers for the 2020-21 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 along with teacher certification.  Current certification in this state in the subject area or grade level for which the teacher is hired is preferred.

Salary

Based on experience

Office Administrator, kwyant@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 History Teacher
Seven Rivers Christian School

One of our history teachers is leaving to study abroad, so Seven Rivers Christian School is searching for the next great high school history teacher.

We are a Christ-centered, academically rigorous school. Candidates must be passionate about Jesus, history, and students—and they must be eager to become part of a vibrant school and church community.

Requirements

Proper degree or Florida certification

Submit inquiries and/or resumes to sjackson@sevenrivers.org


http://www.sevenriverscs.org
4221 W. Gulf to Lake Highway
Lecanto, FL 34461
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Phone: (352) 746-5696
Fax: (352) 746-5520

8th Grade Physical Science Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking an 8th Grade Physical Science Teacher.

The ideal candidate will also possess knowledge of and experience in coding and robotics. While teaching experience is preferred, first-year science graduates are encouraged to apply.

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

Requirements

Candidates should possess a major or minor college/university degree in science.

OCS teachers are expected to keep abreast of current trends and assist their respective departments with long and short-term goal planning for the program.

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

  • using various teaching strategies and resources to actively engage students in learning
  • posting lesson plans on FACTS/Renweb
  • evaluating students and providing opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery
  • promptly grading and returning student work
  • enforcing school discipline policies in a consistent and loving manner
  • and promptly notifying parents and administration of behavioral or academic problems.


OCS teachers are expected to make meaningful connections between faith and learning in the classroom.

OCS employees are 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

Middle School English Teacher
Orangewood Christian School

Orangewood Christian School is seeking a Middle School English Teacher. English 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

Middle School English Teacher
Seven Rivers Christian School

Seven Rivers Christian School is an academically rigorous school searching for a middle school English teacher (to include one high school English prep, as well).

Candidates must be passionate about Jesus, English, and students—and passionate to become part of an extraordinary, Christ-filled school and church community.

Requirements

Proper degree or Florida Certification

Submit inquiries and/or resumes to sjackson@sevenrivers.org


http://www.sevenriverscs.org
4221 W. Gulf to Lake Highway
Lecanto, FL 34461
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Phone: (352) 746-5696
Fax: (352) 746-5520

Middle School Math and Science Teacher
Seven Rivers Christian School

Seven Rivers Christian School is an academically rigorous school searching for a middle school science/math teacher

Candidates must be passionate about Jesus, science, and middle school students—and passionate to become part of an extraordinary, Christ-filled school and church community.

Requirements

Proper degree or Florida certification

Submit inquiries and/or resumes to sjackson@sevenrivers.org


http://www.sevenriverscs.org
4221 W. Gulf to Lake Highway
Lecanto, FL 34461
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Phone: (352) 746-5696
Fax: (352) 746-5520

Media Specialist
Pinewood Christian Academy

This is a full-time, 40 hour/week teaching position. It includes:

  • insurance coverage for medical, etc., as well as access to additional programs including Aflac and retirement investment.
  • management of a traditional library (including circulation of print materials) and technology lab (including support for digital tools and electronic devices).
  • motivational and instructional activities for reading and research (grades PK-4), and information literacy and technology instruction (grades 5-8).

Requirements

Candidates must meet the following requirements:

  • Hold a bachelor’s degree (or higher)
  • Certification in library/media science or information services OR
  • Becoming certified in library/media science, or information services within 2 years OR
  • Hold a degree in library/media science or information services, or documentation of current active pursuit of such OR
  • Have academic and/or professional background and experience sufficient to warrant assignment to this position

Salary

80% of Clay County School District Instructional Salary

Email inquiries and resumes to kristeel.barbuto@pcaknights.org


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

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