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We are looking for bright, energetic individuals to join us as we help shape the next generation of future leaders. Our community works daily to think critically, creatively, and morally so that we can serve God with purpose. Archbishop Carroll High School is a Catholic, college preparatory, co-educational school in the heart of Washington, DC.  We welcome young people and empower them in a diverse, academically rigorous, and supportive learning environment. Our community works daily to think critically, creatively, and morally so that we can serve God with purpose. We are an International Baccalaureate World School and our curriculum aligns to the profile of an IB learner. Please review the job listing(s) below for the current openings. 
 
 
 

Religion Teacher

 

Archbishop Carroll High School is a Catholic, college preparatory, co-educational school in the heart of Washington, DC.  We welcome young people and empower them in a diverse, academically rigorous, and supportive learning environment. Our community works daily to think critically, creatively, and morally so that we can serve God with purpose. We are an International Baccalaureate World School and our curriculum aligns to the profile of an IB learner.

 

The Religion department at Archbishop Carroll serves to bring students forward in an educated faith.  Courses are academically rigorous and faith-based. Teachers lead students in the development and strengthening of a personal relationship with God. This position is responsible for the 9th grade curriculum, an Introduction to Catholicism.

 

Role and Responsibilities

  • Plan and implement rigorous and engaging lesson plans in alignment with the curriculum and Catholic identity of the school
  • Teach 5 sections, lead an advisory group, and participate in supervisory duties.
  • Use data effectively to encourage and assess student growth
  • Create a classroom culture built on respect, growth, and love of learning.
  • Use engaging strategies and cooperative learning techniques.
  • Communicate effectively with parents and families in order to best ensure student success
  • Participate in the life of the school including spirit, student activities, and Christian service
  • Support the Catholic identity of the school
  • Be an active member of the Carroll adult learning community including attending all faculty meetings
  • Other duties as assigned.
 

Qualifications

The ideal candidate:

  • Must be a Catholic in good standing, able to obtain catechist certification from the Archdiocese of Washington.
  • Has at least a Bachelor degree in a related field
  • Is certified to teach religion by the Archdiocese of Washington
  • Has teaching experience, preferably in an urban, high school setting.
  • Is certified to teach in MD, DC, or VA or is willing to gain certification within three years
  • Demonstrates strong writing and communication skills, a capacity for organization and follow-through, collaboration, and flexibility.
  • Has a growth mindset and a commitment to meeting the needs of every student in a diverse population.
Is committed to his/her own learning and professional development.
 
 To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Katy Dunn, principal, at KDunn@achsdc.org
 
 
Academic Intervention Coordinator
  
Coordinator of Academic Intervention (CAI) Role and Responsibilities
 
The CAI promotes and supports the culture of learning at ACHS through:
  • Supporting students with a diagnosed challenge that has resulted in a CAP (Catholic Accommodation Plan)
  • Providing strategies and expertise to teachers and students
  • Supervising learning center spaces for all students, including library and computer lab
 
Supporting students with a diagnosed challenge that has resulted in a CAP
  • Teach one section of Advanced Skills seminar, for those students at significant academic risk OR who have a CAP in place
  • Write yearly CAP for each student for whom the school deems it appropriate
  • Offer instruction and support where needed for faculty implementation of CAPs
  • Update CAP every August
  • Hold meeting with student and parent/guardian to discuss the CAP, the accommodations offered, and the school, teacher, student, parent, and DAI roles in implementation of CAP
  • Provide copies of CAP (signed by student and parent) to teachers
  • Coordinate CAP extended time and other accommodations during mid-term and final exam periods, in collaboration with Principal
  • Meet individually with student with CAPs or with teachers when specific academic counseling is required for student success
  • DAI serves as an additional academic support for students with CAPs but does not replace the student’s counselor
  • Serve as Liaison to the DCPS and ADW representatives on serving students with special needs
  • Lead program of identifying students eligible for Title I funding and Title III funding as appropriate
  • Work with DCPS to recommend students for psycho-educational testing as needed in accordance with the Principal and the rest of the Guidance team
  • Assist Admissions team in reviewing applications for students with accommodations, IEPs, or CAPs at previous school
 
Providing strategies and expertise to teachers and students
  • Develop school skills curriculum and resources to be employed in ways to be determined  by Coordinator of Academic Intervention and Principal but which may include
  • Sharing information with teachers
  • Providing Professional development for faculty
  • Teaching Study Skills seminar to 9th grade students, or assistant classroom teachers and Carroll Seminar teachers in teaching study skills
  • Available as a part of the role of library as learning center
  • Provide after school supervision until 5pm daily for students using library as a study space, learning center, or tutoring location
  • Manage Title III process with DCPS
  • Assist Vice Principal for Student Affairs in management and growth of Peer Tutoring program
 
Supervising learning center spaces for all students, including library and computer lab
  • Maintain library as a Learning Center from 9am through 5pm
  • Provide supervision for quiet study halls assigned to the library space
 
School-wide Professional responsibilities
  • Participate in the life of the school including spirit, student activities, and Christian service
  • Support the Catholic identity of the school
  • Be an active member of the Carroll adult learning community including attending all faculty meetings
  • Other duties as assigned.
 
Qualifications
The ideal candidate:
  • Has at least a Bachelor degree in a related field, preferably a Special Education certification or background
  • Has education experience, preferably in an urban, high school setting.
  • Demonstrates strong writing and communication skills, a capacity for organization and follow-through, collaboration, and flexibility.
  • Has a growth mindset and a commitment to meeting the needs of every student in a diverse population.
  • Is committed to his/her own learning and professional development.
 
 
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Katy Dunn, principal, at KDunn@achsdc.org
 
 
 
Upper School Physics Teacher
 
 
Archbishop Carroll seeks a full-time Upper School Physics teacher for the 2017-18 school year.
 
Role and Responsibilities
  • Plan and implement rigorous and engaging lesson plans in alignment with the IB curriculum.
  • Teach 5 sections, lead an advisory group, and participate in supervisory duties.
  • Use data effectively to encourage and assess student growth
  • Create a classroom culture built on respect, growth, and love of learning.
  • Use engaging strategies and cooperative learning techniques.
  • Communicate effectively with parents and families in order to best ensure student success
  • Participate in the life of the school including spirit, student activities, and Christian service
  • Support the Catholic identity of the school
  • Be an active member of the Carroll adult learning community including attending all faculty meetings
  • Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications
The ideal candidate:
  • Has at least a Bachelor degree in a related field
  • Has teaching experience, preferably in an urban, high school setting.
  • Is certified to teach in MD, DC, or VA or is willing to gain certification within three years
  • Demonstrates strong writing and communication skills, a capacity for organization and follow-through, collaboration, and flexibility.
  • Has a growth mindset and a commitment to meeting the needs of every student in a diverse population.
  • Is committed to his/her own learning and professional development.
 
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Katy Dunn, principal, at KDunn@achsdc.org
 
 
 
Substitute Teachers 
Archbishop Carroll seeks part-time and as needed Substitute teachers for all subjects for the 2016-17 school year.

Role and Responsibilities

* Execute lesson plans provided by teacher

* Maintain a classroom culture built on respect, growth, and love of learning
* Communicate effectively students, teachers, and administrators
* Support the Catholic identity of the school
* Other duties as assigned
  
Qualifications

The ideal candidate:

* Has at least a Bachelor's degree
* Has teaching experience, preferably in an urban, high school setting.
 
Archbishop Carroll seeks part-time and as needed Substitute teachers for all subjects for the 2016-17 school year. To apply, submit a resume and cover letter to Katy Dunn, Principal, at kdunn@achsdc.org 


Archbishop Carroll High School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.