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Just a few years ago, DIA Schools Collaborative’s sole activity was an annual conference for Catholic school leaders, teachers and campus ministers.
To provide stronger connections beyond the conference, DIA shifted to a membership association in the fall of 2020. Now, more schools are involved and with greater frequency.
Through memberships, DIA emboldens the network of like-minded Catholic educational collaborators to foster ideas, discuss challenges, and find support. The growth and strength of passionately Catholic schools will be a critical lever for the future of the American Catholic Church.
DIA provides a framework for dioceses, schools, and leaders to work towards achieving this faith-first vision for Catholic education.
DIA member schools provide their entire team of administrators, educators and campus ministers access to DIA products and services. Consider the wide range of membership benefits for your school or diocese, explained here.
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Theology Teacher | St. John XXIII College Preparatory | Katy, TX
St. John XXIII College Preparatory | Katy, TX
St. John XXIII College Preparatory is an independent, co-educational, Catholic high school, located in the greater Houston suburb of Katy, Texas. Founded in 2001, our mission rests on Four Pillars which reflect the papacy of our patron, Pope St. John XXIII. This is accomplished by forming students into men and women of character, equipping them to be successful in this life through rigorous academic study, and by fostering a love for Christ with an identity rooted in Him.
Working at St. John XXIII College Preparatory requires a commitment to the mission of the school, as well as an enthusiasm for contributing to its co-curricular programs.
Applications are being accepted for a faculty position in our Theology Department, beginning August 1, 2021. Highest priority is given to candidates with teaching experience at the secondary level.
- Willingness to support and live out the values of the Gospel as taught and proclaimed by the Roman Catholic Church, as an example to the community.
- Contribute to ensuring that the Pillars of the school’s mission, oboedientia, pax, virtus, and renovati are developed within the school community.
- Willingness to share one’s faith journey as appropriate.
- Demonstrate a dedication to the Church’s call for a new evangelization and the cultivation of discipleship with one’s students.
- Close cooperation with Campus Ministry through its retreat and Works of Mercy programs.
- Close cooperation with the Chaplain in promoting a regular sacramental and prayer life.
- Prepare and teach multiple sections of Theology classes as assigned.
- Collaborate with colleagues on Theology curriculum, instruction, and assessments.
- Hold regular office hours and meet with students in need of assistance.
- Review and grade students’ work in a timely manner.
- Communicate regularly with parents, counselors, and administrators, ensuring student success.
- Pursuit of professional growth opportunities.
- Fulfill periodic substitution and supervision duties as necessary.
- Commitment to pray for one’s students and colleagues.
See qualifications on our website.
To Apply: Please send resume, and cover letter to HR@sj23lions.org with “Theology Teacher” in the subject line of email.
Lower School Resource Faculty | Holy Spirit Preparatory School | Atlanta, GA
Lower School Resource Faculty
Holy Spirit Preparatory School | Atlanta, GA
Holy Spirit Preparatory School is a Catholic, independent Pre-K to 12 school in North Atlanta. Our Christ-centered environment prioritizes educating the whole child to be successful not only in future studies, but also in his or her unique vocation. Holy Spirit Preparatory School is seeking a Lower School Resource Faculty, grades (K-8) for our 2021-2022 school year. The Lower School Resource Faculty is an exempt, full-time, Summer schedule position that reports to the Lower School Principal. Please click here to learn more, and to apply: https://holyspiritprep.bamboohr.com/jobs/.
Front Office Manager - High School | Holy Spirit Preparatory School | Atlanta, GA
Front Office Manager - High School
Holy Spirit Preparatory School | Atlanta, GA
Holy Spirit Preparatory School is a Catholic, independent Pre-K to 12 school in North Atlanta. Our Christ-centered environment prioritizes educating the whole child to be successful not only in future studies, but also in his or her unique vocation. Holy Spirit Preparatory School is seeking a Front Office Manager for our High School. The Front Office Manager is responsible for maintaining daily announcements, student, faculty, and visitor attendance, student’s medical forms and over the counter medication distribution, purchase orders for faculty and administration. In addition, the Front Office Manager is the first line of communication for internal and external inquiries via phone, in person, or email and all communication should be conducted in a positive, helpful manner that is consistent with the philosophy, mission, values, and goals of Holy Spirit Preparatory School. The Front Office Manager is an exempt, full-time, Summer schedule position that reports to the High School Principal. Learn more, and apply at https://holyspiritprep.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=33.
Communications Coordinator | St. Michael the Archangel High School | Lee's Summit, MO
St. Michael the Archangel High School | Lee's Summit, MO
Through Jesus Christ, St. Michael the Archangel Catholic High School calls young men and women to embrace their God-given gifts in order to Know Truth, Love God and Serve Others as His brave and humble disciples.
The Communications Coordinator is a Full-time position responsible for the communications component of SMA’s institutional advancement mission, both internally and externally, through the website, social media, press releases and newsletters. This mission primarily focuses on donors development and student admission. Reports to the President of the School.
- The person must be able to embrace, support and live out the faith-based mission of the school as a practicing Catholic.
- Able to work in a Mac-based computer environment
- Specific skill-based competencies required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include:
- Google drive applications, such as Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.
- Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint
- Constant Contact
- Social Media posting and data analysis (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & LinkedIn)
- Website updates (WordPress)
- Photography and videography – basic skills required; intermediate level skills preferred
- Basic video editing skills with such programs as iMovie, Final Cut or Premiere
- Excellent grammar, writing and editing skills for creating news releases, newsletters, social media posts and other written communications.
- Flexibility to work occasional evenings or weekends depending upon events
- Ability to work with all SMA employees to promote academics, faith, community, service, leadership, athletics and activities
BA/BS required; preferred major in Journalism, English or Fine Arts.
Communications Coordinator responsibilities and the application link are found here.
Salary Range (depending on background and experience) – $31,500 to 47,000.
High School Theology Teacher | Ursuline Academy of Dallas | Dallas, TX
High School Theology Teacher
Ursuline Academy of Dallas | Dallas, TX
Ursuline Academy of Dallas is seeking a full-time Theology teacher. The ideal candidate will possess:
- a bachelor’s degree in Theology or related field from an accredited Catholic university; further degrees are preferred
- practicing Catholic in good standing with the Church
- at least two years teaching experience in Theology at the secondary school level and in-depth knowledge of subject matter
- a commitment to accompanying students along their journeys of faith and forming intentional disciples
- the flexibility to teach a variety of theology courses and grade levels
- a positive, professional, collaborative work style
- the ability to educate in an engaging manner with unique and creative lessons
- an enthusiasm for collaboration and participation in a community of learners who are excited to grow and engage in giving and receiving feedback
- a forward-looking energy for thoughtful innovation
- a readiness to build a learner-driven classroom culture that embraces student voice and choice
- an understanding of the importance of cultivating student well-being in girls and creating an inclusive, equitable classroom
- the dedication to ensure the spirit and life of the school mission
We seek candidates who embrace learner-driven pedagogy and a commitment to investing in teaching/learning relationships with students.
In addition to classroom responsibilities, full-time teachers at Ursuline Academy serve as advisors, actively participate in non-academic student activities such as moderating clubs, chaperoning events, and student supervision, and enthusiastically pursue professional development opportunities as they join a Catholic, independent school culture.
Teaching experience in a Catholic and/or independent school and/or all girls’ environment is strongly preferred.
About Ursuline Academy of Dallas
Founded in 1874, Ursuline Academy of Dallas is an independent Catholic, college preparatory school for young women sponsored by the Ursuline Sisters. The mission of Ursuline Academy is the total development of the individual student through spiritual formation, intellectual growth, service to others, and building of community.
Interested applicants should download the Employment Application, Background Check, and Pre-Employment Affidavit forms from www.ursulinedallas.org/about/careers. Email the completed forms along with a resume, letters of reference, cover letter and transcripts of undergraduate or graduate work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Math Faculty | Austin Prepatory School | Reading, MA
Austin Prepatory School | Reading, MA
Mathematics Faculty report directly to the Assistant Head/Head of the Upper School, Head of the Middle School, and Department Chair. Mathematics Faculty are responsible to deliver school and academic department approved curriculum on behalf of the School in support of the School’s mission.
Responsibilities include, but may not be limited to the following:
- Support the School and its leadership in advancing the mission of Austin Prep and safeguarding the School’s Roman Catholic identity and Augustinian heritage.
- To teach five sections of students on a seven-day rotating schedule of four classes per day. Over the course of a seven-day academic cycle, a teacher will plan and deliver 20 seventy-five minute classes.
- Of the remaining eight class periods, Teachers are on-call for substitute teaching and class coverage as needed for colleagues for up to four periods per cycle and are to use the other four class periods to plan and prepare lessons and labs, meet with department chairs and colleagues on lessons, and contribute to committee work on school initiatives.
- Class preparation includes class instruction that maintains congruency between the school’s board-approved mission statement and all academic activities.
- Teachers are responsible to plan and develop their course curriculum in support of Austin Prep’s expectation of teaching excellence including a delivery that is appropriate for different learning modalities and styles. Based in adolescent psychology research and best practices, segmentation of classroom work should be varied in activity and in process so as to engage students and foster a thoughtful interactive learning environment.
- Teachers are responsible to create and manage a classroom environment that is conducive to learning.
- Teachers are responsible for the safety of students and their behavioral decorum in the classroom and throughout campus, inside and outside of buildings, including extracurricular events and off-campus events such as athletic competitions and field trips. Teachers are required to participate in lunch served in the Austin Prep Dining Hall.
- Teachers are expected to collect, grade, and critique student work on a frequent basis. Teachers are expected to communicate the results of these assessments through a Learning Management System Portal and reach out to families proactively about excellent or sub-par performance via email, phone calls, or in-person meetings before or after school.
- Teachers are responsible to act as Advisor for 10-12 advisory students. In performing their advisory duties, each Teacher/Advisor will meet with their advisory students four out of every five days in a calendar week. The Advisor is the champion to each advisee and should strive to know well each student in the advisory. The Advisor is the main point of contact for families as they navigate their journey through Austin Prep. As such, each Advisor is responsible to ensure that each advisee is performing to their best potential. Advisors are required to write a letter to the student and the student’s family twice per year to clearly discuss the advisee students’ progress, uniqueness, challenges and successes.
- Teachers are required to moderate a student club or study hall during the break between second and third period each school day. The student club and activity should be designed and executed by the Teacher so as to be an integral enhancement of the student’s academic and social experience.
- Teachers are expected to attend and participate in professional development opportunities as needed to maintain and improve their professional capability and as recommended by the Upper School or Middle School Head. This includes teacher in-service programs, and internal and external professional development sessions.
- Teachers are expected to assist and participate in the planning and the presentation of school assemblies and programs as well as in field trips and other student experiential learning opportunities.
- Teachers are expected to attend and actively participate in regular faculty meetings to discuss routine school matters and exchange ideas on issues of educational and philosophical interest and concern.
- Teachers are expected to meet with their department chair to discuss personal and professional development toward reaching clearly defined goals.
- Educators, in their roles as Teachers and Advisors are expected to support Austin Prep students and families as a manifestation of our core value of community. Teachers are expected to support and celebrate our students by attending co-curricular arts, athletic events and student performances throughout the school year.
- To support the School and its leadership in advancing the mission of Austin Prep.
- To perform other duties as assigned by the Head of School.
Education and Experience
- BA/BS required
- Masters in related field preferred
- 3-5 years experience working with students in a school setting
- Proven ability to work cohesively with teachers, administrators and student guardians
Lower School Faculty | Holy Spirit Prepartory School | Atlanta, GA
Lower School Faculty
Holy Spirit Prepartory School | Atlanta, GA
Holy Spirit Preparatory School is seeking a Lower School Faculty for our 2021-2022 school year. Holy Spirit Preparatory School is a Catholic, independent Pre-K to 12 school in North Atlanta. Our Christ-centered environment prioritizes educating the whole child to be successful not only in future studies but also in his or her unique vocation.
The Lower School Faculty at Holy Spirit Preparatory School provides classroom instruction and assists with other HSP enrichment programs. The faculty is responsible for fostering a positive experience for every child in their classroom. This exempt, full-time, summer schedule position reports to the Lower School Principal.
PreK-3 Teacher | Holy Spirit Prepartory School | Atlanta, GA
Holy Spirit Prepartory School | Atlanta, GA
Holy Spirit Preparatory School is seeking for qualified, enthusiastic, motivated individuals to join as a Pre-K 3 Teacher for the the 2021-22 school year. Holy Spirit Preparatory School is a Catholic, independent Pre-K to 12 school in North Atlanta. Our Christ-centered environment prioritizes educating the whole child to be successful not only in future studies, but also in his or her unique vocation. The Pre-K 3 Teacher is an exempt, part-time (3-days a week), summer schedule position that reports to the Preschool Director.
PreK-4 Teacher | Holy Spirit Prepartory School | Atlanta, GA
Holy Spirit Prepartory School | Atlanta, GA
Holy Spirit Preparatory School is seeking for qualified, enthusiastic, motivated individuals to join as a Pre-K 4 Teacher for the the 2021-22 school year. Holy Spirit Preparatory School is a Catholic, independent Pre-K to 12 school in North Atlanta. Our Christ-centered environment prioritizes educating the whole child to be successful not only in future studies, but also in his or her unique vocation. The Pre-K 4 Teacher is an exempt, full-time, summer schedule position that reports to the Preschool Director.
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Administrators, teachers and campus ministers who are deeply committed to bearing witness to their faith in their work for Catholic education and to strengthening the Catholic culture in their organization should apply to be a DIA Fellow.
DIA provides the structure and space for a year-long experience supporting and encouraging candidates to take their school or diocese to the next level, grow as a Catholic educator, and become a beacon of light for passionately Catholic education and the Catholic Church at-large.
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Candidates who are deeply committed to bearing witness to their faith in their work for Catholic education and to strengthening the Catholic culture in their organization should apply.
The experience provides opportunities to:
- Grow spiritually and professionally as a Catholic educator.
- Engage directly with colleagues across the country who share a passion in strengthening the Catholic culture of their organizations.
- Expand and cultivate your professional and personal network of Catholic educational leaders.
- Learn and apply strategies for integrating and strengthening faith in different domains of your organization.
- Demonstrate servant-leadership through sharing your time, talent, and treasure in service to Duc In Altum Schools Collaborative and its mission of revitalizing our Catholic schools in service to our Church.
- Be inspired with the support of a mentor who assists you on your Fellowship project.
Fellows meet virtually once-a-month with their mentor and monthly with their cohort and the Fellowship facilitator. At the conclusion of the work, in October, they present results at the DIA Schools Summit.
The annual tuition for the DIA Fellowship is $1500.
Each Fellow also participates in an evangelizing-fundraising mission to raise $1000 for DIA.
Limited scholarships are available.
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