The school selects highly qualified and motivated life-long learners who are eager to instruct and mentor based on educational research and for whom our Christian principles are a good fit.
PDS graduates eventually matriculate at many of our nation’s most competitive universities, and our alumni have distinguished themselves as scholars and leaders around the country.
PDS offers a very competitive compensation package.
PDS invites applications for consideration for jobs that may be available in the fall.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, transcript, transcript, background check authorization, and job application including a philosophy of education where applicable for consideration. Typically, applications are reviewed in late winter and early spring. Due to the competitive nature of the applicant pool, it is advisable that interested applicants apply as early as possible. After careful review, a select group of applicants will be contacted for a first round interview.
Head of Early Childhood (YK-SK)
Head of Elementary School Division (1st-6th)
Presbyterian Day School seeks a qualified candidate for the position of reading specialist. This position provides significant attention to elementary students who are experiencing difficulty in reading due to differences in learning styles or suspected disabilities which present challenges to their academic growth. The reading specialist will, upon teacher referral, screen and determine which boys appear to be candidates for specialized instruction. He/she will collaborate with the homeroom teachers to provide pull-out reading instruction using a modified curriculum that embraces a multi-sensory approach.
The ideal candidate will have the following experiences, background, and skills:
Presbyterian Day School seeks a qualified candidate who will serve as Director of Academic Support and provide small group reading instruction to all first-grade students.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
Presbyterian Day School seeks a qualified candidate to teach Spanish in grades 3–6. The candidate should be committed to providing a learning environment that focuses on the total child, fosters creativity, and encourages critical thinking. Candidates should have a strong desire to teach by precept and example the basic tenets of Christianity, to promote the education of boys, and to commit to the strengthening of the programs and policies of Presbyterian Day School. The ideal candidate will have the following responsibilities, experiences, and skills: