“A disciple is not above his teacher,

but everyone when he is fully trained will be like his teacher.”

– LUKE 7:40 (ESV)

classical christian school teachers

Paideia Classical Christian School is seeking men and women who are strong in their faith, grounded in the Word of God, and passionate about cultivating wisdom, eloquence, and virtue in young people. 

Full time Paideia teachers receive a 40% tuition discount on tuition for their children who are enrolled at Paideia. 

To apply for one of our open positions, please send a resume/CV, a personal statement of faith, and a cover letter explaining your interest. These documents can be emailed to our Head of School, David Spears, at paideiaoffice@gmail.com.

Middle School Math & Literature Teacher

Middle School Math & Literature Teacher

Join our community of faith and learning, guiding middle school students through Great Books of European literature, sixth grade math, and fundamentals of writing. Familiarity with Classical education and teaching experience is a plus. We also have a theater teacher position open that could be bundled with this position.

Elementary Teacher Aides

Elementary Teacher Aides

Join our community of faith and learning and assist teachers with reading groups, grading, recess, and other duties. Substitute teach elementary classroom when needed. Three positions available.

Hours are 7:45-12:15 a.m. (Monday-Friday). Salary is $15/hr. Can be bundled with 3rd grade math teaching or 4th grade Latin teaching for slight increase in salary.

Secondary Music Teacher

Secondary Music Teacher

Join our community of faith and learning by providing music instruction to junior high and high school students. Help develop school culture of worship by teaching solfege, sight singing, and parts singing with classic and sacred works. Approximately 5 hours per week. Salary DOE.

Theater Teacher

Theater Teacher

Join our community of faith and learning by providing beginning and intermediate theater instruction to upper elementary and junior high / high school students, putting on one show each semester. Rehearsals in afternoons, two or three days a week. Can be bundled with other job openings.