Committed to teaching and learning that is active and agile, St. George’s places a high value on relationships that foster confidence and curiosity in students so that they can courageously chase their dreams. When we greet students, laugh with them, connect with them, and show kindness to them, we name them as God’s children and connect them to our rich Episcopal culture. In so doing, we affirm their place in the St. George’s community and create a culture in which they can best learn, grow, and thrive.
St. George's will be the right school for teacher who put the needs of each student dead center, every day, every class, every interaction; want to challenge their own practice whenever there is an opportunity to serve students better; model the characteristics of great collaborators by participating in departments, grade levels, and divisions; are ready to be the reason that a student and family should choose our school; are deeply aligned with our strategic plan and earnestly committed to moving it forward; reach out not only to the students who make it easy on them, but also to all those who don’t; pitch in when they can, however they can; and we'll be the right school for those who strive to be the sort of people we describe in the Portrait of a Graduate.
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Submit cover letter and resume to Paula Boruszewski.
Submit cover letter and resume to Jaime Nichols.
Girls Lacrosse Coaches - Contact Kayleigh Pearson
MS Boys Lacrosse Coaches - Contact Kyle Slatery
Varsity and Middle School Football Assistant Coaches - Contact Andre Lott
Boys Varsity Assistant Basketball Coach - Contact Jeff Ruffin
Middle School Boys Basketball Coach - Contact Jeff Ruffin
St. George’s Independent School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its hiring practices, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship, and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.