Employment

Pope John Paul II Preparatory School is a dynamic Catholic school committed to our mission of helping students grow in mind, body, character, and spirit. We seek candidates who understand our mission and wish to serve a diverse student body as role models who exhibit integrity, faith, and a commitment to academic excellence. Candidates should aspire to help students grow in their teaching subject and as people of faith. Similar to the characteristics of Saint John Paul II, a scholar and an athlete, the ideal candidates will contribute to the formation of our students by inspiring them in multiple disciplines in the classroom, adding to the school's extracurricular life, and coaching sports. 

Pope Prep's faculty approaches teaching as a vocation and prepares students for their personal and professional lives. Our inclusive community is dedicated to meeting the needs of each student and holding high standards. We seek candidates with subject area expertise who will collaborate within and across departments to develop and deploy an innovative curriculum. We are committed to technology integration, STREAM initiatives, and best teaching practices in the classroom. Flexibility is preferred across disciplines, grade levels, and extracurricular activities. 

Pope Prep welcomes faculty, students, and families of diverse faiths and backgrounds. The key to an excellent school is excellent faculty and staff. Pope Prep welcomes interest from candidates for all positions.

For all teaching positions:

We encourage all interested candidates to apply for the position by submitting the following supporting documents to Jennifer Dye, Dean of Faculty and Instruction at jennifer.dye@popeprep.org:

  • A cover letter that includes, but is not limited to the following:
    • Your interest in our 6-12 grade community
    • Your desire to teach in a faith-based school
    • Your contributions outside of the classroom
    • Your passions that make you unique
  • A resume that emphasizes educational and professional experiences
  • A statement of teaching philosophy 

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