Teachers at Seven Oaks Classical School are hired based upon their intellectual accomplishments, moral seriousness, and skill in the art of teaching. We seek teachers who know and love the disciplines they teach, who understand and love children, who are able communicators, and who are philosophically aligned with the mission of the school. All teachers must be prepared to satisfy one of the state's licensure pathways for charter school teachers. Standard teacher certification is not required.
Anticipated Openings for the 2019-2020 School Year
We anticipate strong enrollment growth for the 2019-2020 school year. We are also adding the 11th grade. As a result, we expect more openings than usual for this coming academic year.
Upper school humanities teacher (skill in some combination of History, Economics, Latin, Logic, and Rhetoric preferred)
Science Teacher (middle and high school)
French Teacher (upper elementary and middle school)
Math Teacher (middle and high school)
Music Teacher (all grades)
Art Teacher (upper school)
PE Teacher (all grades)
Teaching Assistants (elementary grades)
IT Support (part-time)
College adviser (part-time)
Shipping/Receiving Clerk (part-time)
Building Maintenance & Repair Person
Personal Assistant to the Headmaster
Current Openings for the 2018-2019 School Year
There are currently no openings for the 2018-2019 school year.
How To Apply
Applicants are welcome to submit materials at any time. Those materials may be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail to:
Seven Oaks Classical School
Attn: Human Resources
200 E. Association St.
Ellettsville, IN 47429
Applications for faculty positions should include the following:
Philosophy of education (500 words or less)
Official or unofficial college transcripts
Teaching at Seven Oaks Classical School
New teachers will join a faculty that aspires to be a community of learners who prize an active intellectual life that extends beyond the material they teach. They will enjoy the ancillary benefits of the area in and around Bloomington, a 200-year-old university town. The land round about the school is full of hills and lakes and national parks and forests. At the same time, the presence of Indiana University means that you have all the cultural and academic opportunities of a large city without the traffic or expense. Bloomington also offers close proximity to other major cities. It is 1 hour from Indianapolis, 2 hours from Louisville, 3 hours from Cincinnati and Lexington, and 4 hours from Chicago.
Employees will be employed by Seven Oaks Classical School and not by the local public school district. Teachers will have the option of participating the Indiana State Teachers' Retirement Fund (TRF). Teachers may opt to participate in an alternative 403(b) plan instead. In addition, Seven Oaks offers a competitive benefits plan. Employees’ compensation packages will be individually negotiated.
Each school year begins with up to several weeks of training, typically in July and early August.
Seven Oaks Classical School is an equal opportunity employer. The School hires without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, marital status, veteran status, disability, or other legally prohibited form of discrimination.