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Seeking Teachers for Second and Fourth Grades for Fall 2024!

St Paul’s Lutheran School in Cullman, Alabama is transitioning to a classical, Lutheran model and seeks teacher applicants for Fall 2024 and beyond. St Paul’s, established in 1885, is a confessional, liturgical Lutheran congregation located in beautiful northern Alabama, half-way between Birmingham and Huntsville. The school currently offers PK3 through 8th grade, with goals to expand. We are seeking solid Lutheran candidates with a commitment to Christian education who would like to get “in on the ground floor” in building an outstanding classical school in the South. For further information, send inquiries to Rev. Richard Gaub, Headmaster, at rgaub@stpaulscullman.com

Christ Community Lutheran School is seeking a candidate for the position of headmaster at this new, independent Classical school. We are located in the North Wisconsin District of the LCMS – Circuit 3.

The headmaster will guide the launch of the school and be ‘the face’ of the school within the circuit. In addition to typical administrative and teaching duties, the headmaster will assist in fundraising and public relations in the circuit’s congregations.

We are open to all levels of experience.

If interested in this position, or if you would like to receive more information, email a resume or questions to administrator@christcommunityls.org for review.

Hope Lutheran Classical Academy LCMS
2071 12th St
Idaho Falls, ID 83402
hlcs@allabouthope.org

Seeking Associate Pastor/Headmaster

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Ordained LCMS roistered Pastor.
  2. Experience or strong interest in Classical Education.
  3. Administrative experience or desire
  4. Team ministry experience or desire

 

DUTIES

  1. Headmaster: Early Childhood 3yr-4yr olds, Elementary, K-5, Middle School 6-8. Approximate enrollment 2024-2025, 55 students
  2.  Team ministry with Head Pastor:, role to be defined but could include preaching, visiting, Bible study and other duties agreed upon.
  3. Headmaster job description available on request

 

COMPENSATION

  1. Salary dependent on education/experience
  2. Concordia Health Plan/ Retirement

 

CONTACT

  1. Pastor Pay, Hope Lutheran Church and School, 208-529-8080, Pastorpay@gmail.com
  2. James Oloff, Day School Committee Chair, 208-522-1440, jmslff@yahoo.com
  3. Website, allabouthope.org

Memorial Lutheran School is looking for an Upper School (grades 7-12) teaching candidate with experience in classical languages (Latin/Greek) and history for the 2024-2025 school year and beyond. We are also seeking a pre-kindergarden classroom teacher and a second-grade classroom teacher.

Teachers at Memorial Lutheran School are committed to the sacred Scriptures and the Lutheran confessions, knowledgeable in their content area, joyful to continue learning, and compassionate to the needs of their students.

Memorial Lutheran School is a EC-12 classical Lutheran school in Houston, TX. Memorial Lutheran School’s mission is to “build a strong foundation” for the love of God and the neighbor. This is done through the spiritual foundation of the preaching and teaching of the Gospel and the academic foundation of a comprehensive, classical education.

If interested, please submit a CV and cover letter to Pastor Paul.
rpaul@mlchouston.org

Take a whirlwind trip to the Old World without leaving your community! Seeking candidates for all grades willing to impact the next generation at Ramona Lutheran Church and School, Ramona, CA

  • Full Classical curriculum from Memoria Press.
  • Teacher-centered instruction.
  • Individualized learning in a dual classroom setting (K-8).
  • Secure and well-disciplined classrooms.
  • Christian teaching supplements as part of the curriculum.
  • Full benefit package.

 

Ramona Lutheran School holds membership with The Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education (CCLE) as well as The Classical Latin
School Association (CLSA) Contact us at 760-789-4804 or email at boardofed@ramonalutheran.org.

Assistant or Associate Professor of Communications (English, Communication, & Theatre Arts Department)
 
 
Concordia University, Nebraska seeks applications for a full-time faculty position in communication.
Responsibilities:
  1. Teaches Communication courses as needed and directed by the Chair of the ECTA Department.
  2. Prepares course materials including syllabi, assignments, projects, and tests.
  3. Evaluates student work and assigns grades.
  4. Sponsors the department’s communication honor society and supports other departmental student activities.
  5. Serves a leading role in the curriculum, program assessment, marketing, recruitment, and advising for the Communication program.
  6. Serves as an advisor for students in the Communication program.
  7. Mentors students involved in research.
  8. Provides leadership for student internships and job opportunities including maintaining and establishing contacts in business and industry.
  9. Participates in campus activities and serves on faculty and institutional committees as assigned.
  10. Perform administrative duties as assigned.
  11. Actively pursues scholarly and academic research activities.
  12. The position will have an expectation of a Ph.D. in Communication (or a related area) or a willingness to pursue a Ph.D. 
  13. Actively integrate and model Christian faith in academic content, teaching, and work with students and colleagues.
Status of appointment, academic rank, and salary will be commensurate with academic credentials and experience.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
 
Qualifications:
  • Education:
    • Master’s degree in Communication (or a closely related area) required.
    • Ph.D. in Communication (or a closely related area) preferred or a willingness to pursue a Ph.D. degree.
  • Experience
    • Appropriate successful experience in the workplace or in a classroom that will lead to successful university-level teaching and mentoring in an acceptable subset of the following areas:
      • Successful teaching experience in Communication at the high school and/or university levels.
      • Successful student-friendly advising and mentoring experience at the high school or university level.
      • Familiarity with higher education, curriculum planning, course development, best teaching and administrative practice, learning management systems.
  • Faith
    • A candidate who is an active Christian is required.  Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod membership is preferred.

Interested candidates must have one of the following: Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree with a major emphasis in child development or early childhood education or Associate Degree in Child Development or Early Childhood Education.

Official transcripts from a regionally accredited college or university must show the following classes: Introduction to Early Childhood Professions, Introduction to Early Childhood Lab Techniques, Guidance Strategies for Children, Health and Nutrition, Administration of Early Childhood Care, Human Relations for Early Childhood Professions, Methods and Techniques of Teaching the Preschool-Age Children, and Early Childhood Growth and Development.

Candidates also must be able to apply and obtain an Official Large Center Director Qualification Verification Letter from the Colorado Department of Human Services, Division of Child Care.

Finally, candidates must have verified work experience (12 months or 1820 hours) in a child development program.

Our Savior Lutheran Classical Preschool is located in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, in the San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado. If interested in this position or if you would like to receive more information, please call Leah Hellerich, OSLPS Board of Christian Education Secretary, at 816-585-2892 or email a resume to lrhellerich@gmail.com for review.

Our Savior Lutheran School, Grand Rapids, MI is seeking part time or full time teachers for a combined 1st and 2nd grade classroom as well as Latin instruction for 3rd-8th grades, for the 2024-2025 school year. Interested individuals should send an inquiry or cover letter and resume to headmaster Julia Habrecht, jhabrecht@oursavior-gr.org.

Faith Lutheran School in Plano, Texas is seeking a part time middle school math teacher for two classes during the 2024-25 school year. If you are interested, please send a cover letter of interest and resume to headmaster Rev. Steve Kieser at skieser@flsplano.org

Immanuel Lutheran School (ILS) in Alexandria, Virginia, is seeking teachers for the 2024/2025 Academic school year. ILS is fully accredited and recognized as a 2023 Exemplary School by the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education. ILS is a member of the Association of Classical Christian Schools (ACCS) and faculty are actively engaged in the work of the Society for Classical Learning (SCL).

Educators interested in joining our teaching team at ILS are encouraged to submit a cover letter and CV to teach@immanuelalexandria.org.
Visit ILSAlexandria.org to learn more about our community and programs for students in Jr. Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Educators at Immanuel Lutheran School are noted for the ways they have been cultivated by the liberal arts and Lutheran catechesis. These two cultivating forces have shaped their souls, mind and character so that they are fully-developed educators characterized by a Christian humanitas that is captivating and contagious. They continually pursue truth, goodness, and beauty, and recognize these as gifts from God. Students love them and naturally want to emulate them.


* ILS educators display training in the liberal arts and are always learning.
* ILS educators are superb pedagogues.
* ILS educators display wisdom, eloquence and virtue.
* ILS educators are models and mentors.
* ILS educators are faithful Christians who love and study the doctrine of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.
* ILS educators are colleagues and love being so.
* ILS educators are professionals.

Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Alliance, Nebraska is seeking two middle/ high school teachers (grades 5-10) to join our team for the 2024-25 school year. Our classical school serves many members of our church family as well as many students from the community. We recently received our initial CCLE Accreditation! Our classical curriculum concentrates on the humanities, is teacher directed, and is rich in content based on reason and revolves around the model of the ancient Greek Trivium. We currently utilize Saxon Math, Shurley Grammar, Spaulding Writing Road to Reading, Latina Christiana, Prima Latina and 1st, 2nd and 3rd forms of Latin. We are utilizing Omnibus 1 in the upper levels and have seen great growth in this area.

If interested or would like more information, please contact Headmaster Reverend Shaun Daugherty at 308-629-1601 or by email at sdaugherty@ielschool.org You may submit a cover letter and resume by email to be considered for one of these positions.

Our Savior Lutheran School in Pagosa Springs, CO, is seeking a candidate to join our team as a Kindergarten teacher for the 2024-2025 school year. Our classical curriculum concentrates on the humanities, is teacher directed, and is rich in content based on reason and employs the model of the ancient Greek Trivium.

We offer a curriculum in which every discipline is taught from a Christian world-view. No subject is considered “secular” because all of life is sacred. Our curriculum includes Spalding Writing Road to Reading, Saxon Math, Song School Latin and Songbook Latin, Shurley Grammar, and Elemental Science.

If interested or would like more information, please contact Board Secretary, Leah Hellerich, at 816-585-2892 or lrhellerich@gmail.com. You may also submit a cover letter and resume by email to be considered for the positions.

We are seeking two teachers who will assist us in growing in the Classical School model of learning at our small Classical Lutheran School at Concordia Lutheran Church in Geneseo, IL.. We opened in 2022 with a Kindergarten Class, and this year we have a K-2 class.

We look forward to growing the school with the assistance of teachers who are desirous for students to be nurtured in the Christian faith as they learn. Teachers shall have divided responsibilities between grades K-5 (likely K-2 and 3-5). While we have curriculum outlined for K-2, teachers are encouraged to assist in planning and expanding our Classical Lutheran Education opportunity to our church and community.

Geneseo is a bedroom community to the Quad Cities, near the border of Illinois and Iowa, right off I-80. We have an involved community, proud of tradition, and growing in opportunity.

Please contact us with inquiries and for more details about this opportunity.
Rev. Stephen Mueller
pastor@geneseolutheranchurch.com
(309) 944-3993

Our Savior Lutheran School in Pagosa Springs, CO, is seeking a candidate to join our team as a middle school teacher (Grades 6-8) for the 2024-2025 school year. Our classical curriculum concentrates on the humanities, is teacher directed, and is rich in content based on reason and employs the model of the ancient Greek Trivium.

We offer a curriculum in which every discipline is taught from a Christian world-view. No subject is considered “secular” because all of life is sacred. Our curriculum includes Spalding Writing Road to Reading, Saxon Math, Song School Latin and Songbook Latin, Shurley Grammar, and Elemental Science.

If interested or would like more information, please contact Board Secretary, Leah Hellerich, at 816-585-2892 or lrhellerich@gmail.com. You may also submit a cover letter and resume by email to be considered for the positions.

We are looking for a motivated and talented teacher to lead our small K-4 classroom. We are located at 7308 Wedgewood Dr. Black Hawk, SD 57718.

Please call Katie Bierschbach in the office at 605-787-6438 for more information.

Email your resume to dslcsecretary@divineshep.org

Zion Classical Academy is seeking a principal. Please send inquiries to Robert Ziegler at bobz@ndlcms.org

Mission of Zion Classical Academy

The mission of Zion Classical Academy is to cultivate Truth, Wisdom, and Virtue in our students through classical Christian education in order to equip them for a life of service to God and neighbor.

Job Description for Principal
Overview: The Principal of Zion Classical Academy (ZCA) carries out the duties and responsibilities of principal to the glory of God and to the benefit of the educational program. The Principal is immediately responsible to the Board of Directors for academic, personnel, business, and developmental matters of the school according to the policies and procedures established by it. The Principal faithfully promotes the school’s distinctly Christian and Classical philosophy of education among the personnel and programs (as stated in our Mission and Purpose and other position and policy documents of the school) as it impacts the educational and spiritual benefits of each student, faculty and staff member.

This includes the following:
I. Visionary Leadership
II. School Management
III. Supportive Leadership
IV. Supervisory responsibilities
V. General and Administrator duties

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

I. Visionary Leadership

  • In collaboration with the Board of Directors, encourage the staff, students, parents, and member congregations to support the school’s vision and mission.
  • In conjunction with the Board of Directors, promote, encourage, and nurture personal spiritual growth, educational excellence, and the continued discipleship and development of the staff, parents, and students.
  • Assist in the planning for the continued growth and development of the school mission.
  • Be involved in the vision for future school development.
  • In cooperation with the Board of Directors, develop policies, procedures, and curriculum for the school that supports and implements the vision and mission statement of ZCA.
  • Promote an environment of excellent Classical Christian education.

 

II. School Management

  • Oversee the day-to-day operations of the Preschool through 6th grades.
  • Grow the student body by recruiting and retaining new, quality families.
  • Assist in the assimilation of new students and families.
  • In conjunction with the teachers, identify the needs of specific students and ensure accommodation plans are in place.
  • Oversee the admission, transfer, promotion, retention, suspension, and expulsion of students.
  • In conjunction with the Board of Directors, implement and communicate an effective classroom discipline policy.
  • In alignment with the Board of Directors, manage student discipline.
  • Communicate with parents, students, teachers, and staff through the use of written publications, electronic media, personal contact, and community involvement to enhance and support the school’s mission.
  • Oversee the accurate keeping of student records.
  • Communicate with the appropriate personnel regarding the PreK-6th grade state of affairs and events.
  • Provide an atmosphere of hospitality for parents, students, faculty, and staff.
  • Oversee the completion of student assessments.
  • In cooperation with the Board of Directors, assist in the preparation of an annual budget.
  • Manage the annual budget with fiscal responsibility.
  • Monitor expenditures throughout the year.
  • Monitor income throughout the year to ensure tuition and fees are being collected timely.
  • Report Monthly to the Board of Directors on both expenditures and income.
  • Classroom teaching duties as needed and applicable.

 

III. Supportive Leadership

  • In conjunction with the Board of Directors, review the goals of the school to ensure cohesiveness.
  • Promote an effective team ministry of school staff that promotes understanding, cooperation, skill development, and growth through supportive leadership and supervision.
  • Provide a high level of visibility through presence at school activities.
  • Attend appropriate conferences and activities.

 

IV. Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Supervise the Preschool through 6th grade staff.
  • Conduct formal, annual staff evaluations and develop written action plans for on-going development. Report results to the Board of Directors.
  • Make recommendations to the Board of Directors for the continuance of employment or the re-issuance of teacher contracts.
  • When necessary, initiate disciplinary procedures involving teachers or staff.
  • Administer all other Board personnel policies in such areas as salary, placement, leave, fringe benefits, and grievance procedures.
  • Review and approve curricular plans as submitted by teachers, including the goals and objectives of each grade or course.
  • Hold teachers accountable for implementing policies for student discipline.
  • Assist staff in developing goals.
  • Arrange and lead regular administrative, faculty, and staff meetings with all direct reports.
  • Provide counsel for school staff to give encouragement, support, and direction for growth.
  • Approve and oversee extracurricular activities and the personnel who supervise them.
  • Develop a master staffing plan for the school and lead the search process for staffing in accordance with the budget and human resource policies.

 

V. General and Administrative Duties

  • Administer the school in conformity with Board of Directors policies and in accordance with the laws of the state of Nebraska, provided those laws do not violate the Scriptures upon which the school is founded, and under Nebraska Rule 14 in particular, under the supervision of the LCMS NE district superintendent.
  • Make administrative decisions for the proper functioning of the academic program and all other operations of the school in accordance with school policy. Act and inform the Board of Directors (BOD) in the absence of policy and then discuss the potential need for a policy.
  • Be responsible for the development and application of administrative regulations and for leadership in implementing the school program.
  • Operate as a Board member ex officio and assist in the preparation of the agenda for each Board meeting.
  • Attend all Board meetings and participate in all deliberations of the Board.
  • Collect and compile all necessary data and perform any studies, including National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA) and other accrediting agencies, that may be beneficial or required of the school.
  • Oversee the acquisition of new technologies and resources to be integrated into the program and operations of the school.
  • Plan and oversee staff meetings and faculty prayer times.
  • Conduct appropriate administrative, faculty, or staff meetings as necessary.
  • Direct and approve the practices and procedures of teacher in-service training, conferences and seminar participation, as well as continuing education, especially any which have direct impact on the application of the Trivium and Classical Christian education to the teaching methods used within the school.
  • Serve as the public relations officer for the entire school.
  • Lead staff devotions as assigned.
  • Oversee parent-teacher conferences.
  • Attend and support staff gatherings for fellowship and growth.
  • Develop relationships with area school administrators (both public and private).
  • Communicate with lessor in accordance with the lease agreement.
  • Coordinate with the Board of Directors to create, implement, and monitor marketing strategies for outreach and brand promotion.
  • Develop relationships with area churches.
  • Serve as ZCA brand manager.
  • Serve on Adams County Lutheran Education Association as required.
  • Communicate regularly with member congregations and attempt to annually report in person.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.
  • Employee has the authority to delegate duties to staff, and recruit assistance from volunteers and ZCA board members as he/she deems necessary, in order to fulfill required job duties.

 

VI. Position Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree in administration or education or similar field
  • Master’s Degree in administration or education or similar field, (preferred in place or working toward)
  • Must possess a valid teaching certificate and administrator certificate (preferred in place or working toward).
  • Experience with and understanding of team ministry.
  • Possess a strong commitment to Lutheran school ministry and Classical Christian education with active participation in the NE District and LCMS ministry programs or associations, including the expectation of enrollment and completion of the LCMS Colloquy program.
  • Model the Christian life, including church membership, prayer and devotional life, family life, stewardship of gifts, talents, and treasures.
  • Demonstrate skills in the following areas:
    • Positive leadership of faculty, staff, parents, and students
    • Effective communicator
    • Effective mediator of conflict
    • Ability to relate to students and parents
    • Organization
    • Time management

Seeking media/PR/administrative support positions, or willing to teach, in the Wisconsin area.

Please send inquiries to sdboehlke@gmail.com

Peace Lutheran Church and Academy in Sussex, Wisconsin, is now accepting applications for the 2024-2025 school year, for a homeroom, full-time Academy Teacher to partner with parents in Lutheran Catechesis and Classical Education. Teachers at Peace are well-catechized Lutherans who show a vested love of learning, both in their cheerful disposition and in their artful habits.

Apply Now! Submit your cover letter and your resume to Rev. Brennick Christiansen (prchristiansen@peacesussex.org), noting especially your bachelor’s degree, your content-areas of interest, and your love of modeling good habits for children. If you have any questions or would like to hear further details, feel free to email!

Headmaster

Immanuel Lutheran School, a mission of Immanuel Evangelical-Lutheran Church in Alexandria, VA, is a Classical Lutheran school with a liberal arts curriculum for Junior Kindergarten through 8th grade.  Immanuel is a Christ-centered community in which each student is challenged to  excel by cultivating a love for lifelong learning.  The importance of family and the partnership of all members of the Immanuel community are key elements in each child’s success.  

Immanuel offers a distinctively Lutheran approach to Christian education and a return to excellence in teaching and curriculum, along with high expectations.  Our students enjoy an accelerated curriculum, small class sizes, Lutheran catechesis, and Christian character formation based on the aims of Classical education—wisdom, virtue, and eloquence. 

Our Classical approach has yielded a strong curriculum and full enrollment.  The congregation’s strong support of the school’s mission is evident in the beautiful renovation of the school building, completed in 2016. With this thriving institution, the School Board is considering a long-term plan that may include adding a high school.  Immanuel has launched a Headmaster search to find a suitable candidate to lead its school with joy in maintaining the school’s strength, pushing the school to pursue even greater excellence, and possibly pursuing the addition of a high school.  

Responsibilities

Reporting to the School Board and the Senior Pastor, who serves as Superintendent of the School, the Headmaster is responsible for administering the school by implementing the policies adopted by the School Board.  The Headmaster will have overall responsibility for academic quality and institutional strength.  The Headmaster will work effectively with the School Board and the Senior Pastor.  Specific duties include:

Curriculum and Instruction

  • Strengthening and bolstering Classical Lutheran education through reading, publishing, graduate studies, conferences, and collaboration with other Headmasters and educators.
  • Leading faculty in orientation, training, evaluation, and daily supervision, including regular staff meetings to ensure full implementation of a Classical Lutheran program.
  • Overseeing school curriculum, which includes monitoring how the curriculum is implemented, researching and recommending improvements, documenting curriculum guides and accreditation requirements, and proposing any significant curriculum changes for School Board approval.
  • Mentoring teachers in curriculum and instructional best practices.
  • Administering policy for classification, promotion, and retention of students in the school.
  • Implementing the annual school testing programs, interpreting resulting data for staff and parents, and following trends in that data for the School Board. 

 

Personnel

  • Pursuing opportunities for professional development and encouraging faculty and staff to do the same.
  • Recruiting teacher and staff candidates and collaborating with the School Board to help it recommend the hiring of teachers to the Church Council and, when appropriate, working with a call committee to recommend the calling of a teacher by the Congregation. 
  • Recruiting and supervising a pool of competent substitute teachers and volunteers.
  • Observing and evaluating teachers and staff members using formal and informal evaluation and reporting procedures.
  • Reviewing school policy manuals for staff and proposing any needed changes to the School Board.
  • Organizing periodic faculty/staff meetings and communicating openly and transparently with the staff.

 

Student and Family Relations

  • Recognizing the role of parents as primarily responsible under God for their children’s education and supporting them in that task.
  • Supervising student recruitment, admissions, and enrollment. 
  • Overseeing school-wide   discipline.
    • Supervising the preparation and distribution of weekly parent newsletters and other communications.
    • Coordinating activities with the Immanuel Parent Teacher League.
    • Faithfully implementing policies set forth in current school policy manuals for parents and students and recommending changes to the School Board, as necessary.
    • Assisting with high school application process for ILS students.
    • Holding special events to recognize student achievement and attending school-sponsored activities.
    • Encouraging communications and remaining accessible to the school community. 
  • Facilitating school trips and eighth grade graduation ceremonies.

 

Spiritual Example 

  • Organizing and coordinating, in conjunction with pastoral staff, the school chapel programs and staff devotional times.
  • Leading the staff, students, and school families to a deeper spiritual commitment by example and teaching.
  • Maintaining high standards of ethics, honesty, and integrity in all personal and professional matters.
  • Ensuring that the campus culture is Christ-centered, nurturing, wholesome, and loving.

 

Governance

  • Serving as educational advisor to the School Board by providing information and counsel on the school’s educational challenges and successes.
  • Serving as liaison between the School Board and personnel, working toward a high degree of understanding, transparency, and respect between the staff and the School Board.
  • Contributing to the School Board’s long-range strategic plan for the school and faithfully implementing that plan.
  • Providing a monthly report to the School Board and the Church Council.
  • Serving as school liaison with the broader church community.
  • Obtaining and maintaining school accreditation.
  • Proposing changes or additions to the school’s policies.
  • Supporting and implementing School Board decisions. 
  • Giving input to committees and special working groups as required.

 

Building Management and School Operations

  • Providing the school with appropriate rules, structure, and procedures under which staff, students, and volunteers can function efficiently, effectively, and productively.
  • Monitoring compliance with relevant laws and regulations that apply to schools, and filing all legal and regulatory documents in a timely manner.
  • Aiding the Church Budget Committee, as appropriate, in preparing the annual Church and School budget, as well as aiding the School Board in fulfilling its responsibility to manage the financial interests of the school.    
  •  Directing the intake and spending of all monies and keeping accurate financial records (subject to School Board approval).
  • Safeguarding all confidential information as required by law and the school’s code of ethics.
  • Understanding school’s emergency plan and being prepared to evaluate and make decisions during a crisis, including managing drills. 

 

Measures of Performance

The Senior Pastor, the Chairman of the School Board, and a member of the Board of Deacons, with input from the School Board, are responsible for reviewing the Headmaster annually.  The Headmaster will be evaluated on his ability to satisfactorily meet the described responsibilities and fulfill  the annual priorities set by the School Board, and any goals he has set for himself.

 

Qualifications
  • Headmaster should be a member in good standing of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod and be able to articulate this faith clearly.
  • Headmaster must be eligible for a call in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.  Such a person has either graduated from a synodical college following a synodically prescribed course of study or completed a course of study making him eligible for a colloquy.
  • Headmaster must have significant professional experience and expertise in Lutheran classical education and demonstrate the leadership qualities necessary to execute the responsibilities outlined here.
  • Headmaster must have a thorough understanding of classical methodology and be able to present the school’s philosophy to others with eloquence.

Our Savior Lutheran School in Pagosa Springs, CO, is seeking candidates to join our team as elementary teachers for the 2023-2024 school year: Grades 1-2 and Grades 6-8. Our classical curriculum concentrates on the humanities, is teacher directed, and is rich in content based on reason and employs the model of the ancient Greek Trivium.

We offer a curriculum in which every discipline is taught from a Christian world-view. No subject is considered “secular” because all of life is sacred. Our curriculum includes Spalding Writing Road to Reading, Saxon Math, Song School Latin and Songbook Latin, Shurley Grammar, and Elemental Science.

Pagosa Springs is nestled in the beautiful San Juan Mountains. If you love teaching and would like to be part of a caring, small-town community, where you ca enjoy the grandeur of God’s creation right in your backyard, please contact Board Secretary, Leah Hellerich, at 816-585-2892 or lrhellerich@gmail.com for more information. You may also submit a cover letter and resume by email to be considered for the positions.

Seeking teachers both for kindergarten and for 3rd/4th grade (at least a long-term sub, maybe full-time) for the 2023-2024 school year. We are also anticipating a need in a future year for an upper grades teacher who has interest in teaching science.
Christ Lutheran School–Sterling is located in northwest Illinois, and serves Lutheran congregations in Sterling, Rock Falls, Dixon, Morrison, and Walnut, IL. We first desire to assist parents in raising up their children as faithful servants of our loving God, through chapel, catechesis, and theological instruction. Secondly, we aim to help our students grow in love towards their neighbor as they learn to develop their knowledge of God’s creation and the skills God has given to each of them.
We are currently offering grades PK-7, with plans to add 8th grade in the fall of 2024.
Our ideal candidate is a confessional Lutheran with a commitment to classical education. The board seeks a teacher who is experienced, rostered, and certified to teach, or at least someone willing to aim towards such qualifications.
For more information, or to submit a resume, please contact Pastor Kevin Koester, Principal at CLS: kkoester@christlutheranschool.com or 708-238-6451.

Luther Classical College educates Lutherans in the classical, Lutheran tradition and prepares them for godly vocations within family, church, and society, fostering Christian culture through study of the best of our Western heritage. Luther Classical College’s core program objective is to provide a common foundation in confessional Lutheran theology and the classical liberal arts tradition for all students.

All students take the same courses that belong to the core program curriculum, which is the bulk of all studies at LCC, regardless of track. Students also have the option to select a track designed to prepare them for specific work after college. One of those tracks is the B.A. Teacher Certification Track, aligned specifically to the certification requirements of CCLE. For a list of other tracks, see www.lutherclassical.org/curriculum.

As this new college prepares to serve its first cohort of students in Fall 2025, various staff openings (faculty, admissions, library, student life, etc.) will be announced at https://www.lutherclassical.org/employment-opportunities. Please visit that webpage to receive the most current information. In the case of questions, please visit www.lutherclassical.org/contact.