As a Science teacher, you will be responsible for instructing students in specific courses such as Chemistry, Physics, and Biology. Teaching responsibilities: Middle School and/or Upper School classes. 

The ideal candidate will have experience leading and developing cross curricular, inquiry-based learning with an emphasis on developing 21st century skills. Most qualified candidates will be accustomed to personalizing the academic experience and be able to show evidence of student growth. This position requires extensive collaboration and leadership with all stakeholders.


  • Develop, plan, and integrate inquiry-based learning school wide
  • Focus on the development of 21st-century skills, technology as a tool to amplify learning, and personalized attention with a focus on whole-child development per our school mission 
  • Daily use of RenWeb and Google Apps for maintaining records with regard to grading, attendance, discipline, email, and other important organizational functions
  • Confident in one’s ability to create and and engage with students through live instruction and remote learning modalities 
  • Oversee various academic spaces to highlight mission-specific learning outcomes and experiences
  • Oversee and develop inquiry-based curriculum and collaborate with leadership regarding its growth
  • Confident in navigating online learning platforms
  • Collaboration with the administration regarding meaningful teacher and student use of educational tools and resources to support learning outcomes

School Mission and Culture 

Grandview Preparatory School is a small, diverse community committed to the philosophy that education is a personal endeavor. Grandview pairs timeless ethics with modern thought and personal attention with global consciousness while preparing students for college and life beyond.

Grandview faculty and staff are encouraged to be active in the life of the school outside of the classroom. Frequent attendance at school events and activities helps strengthen our school community. Additional duty assignments such as student advisor, campus patrol, open house presentations, dance chaperone, coaching, bulletin boards or club sponsorship ensure student safety and success. Strong communication and relationship management with the student and family is expected by all faculty members. Grandview emphasizes character development as a foundational piece of every student’s journey through academia. Faculty is responsible for appropriately modeling positive and productive conduct.