Salary: Based upon experience


Fort Bend Christian Academy is accepting applications for an Upper School Physics Teacher for the 2022-2023 school year.  Bachelor’s degree is required, but an advanced degree is preferred.  The ideal candidate will have Advanced Placement (AP) teaching experience, extensive knowledge in the subject area, and a passion to teach and disciple young adults in secondary education.  Preference is given to candidates with at least two years’ experience.


The Upper School Physics Teacher will:

  • Be a mature Christian who supports the school’s “Statement of Faith” and whose lifestyle is consistent with the school’s “Declaration of Values” and “Characteristics of Professional Excellence.”
  • Participate regularly in worship at a Christian church.
  • Be able to articulate a deep, biblically-centered philosophy of Christian education.
  • Possess effective presentation, writing, and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrate a passionate devotion to serving a great diversity of students and parents.
  • Be self-motivated, creative, and display an eagerness to help others.
  • Demonstrate a willingness to mentor students.
  • Exhibit an ability to work in high pressure situations.
  • Pursue continuous professional growth and development.
  • Contribute to the life of the school outside of the classroom environment.
  • Commit to the mission and values of Fort Bend Christian Academy.

Scope of Responsibilities 


The Upper School Teacher will be expected to:

  • Teach, supervise, direct, and evaluate students in grade(s) and subject(s) as defined by the administration in a manner consistent with a Christian education and the philosophies of Fort Bend Christian Academy.
  • Provide biblically integrated instruction consistent with the school’s “Statement of Faith” and “Declaration of Values.”
  • Model and promote exceptional academic instruction and learning.
  • Facilitate and maintain a safe classroom environment conducive to learning.
  • Stimulate higher-level reasoning and critical thinking among students in the classroom.
  • Maintain communication with students and parents in a timely and professional manner.
  • Be available for help outside of the classroom.
  • Participate in extracurricular school activities such as club sponsorship, chaperoning dances and/or travel, occasionally helping with athletic and fine arts events, and attending some extracurricular school activities.
  • Pursue opportunities for continuing teacher education and collaboration with professional colleagues.
  • Responsibly comply with and promote the unity and order of the school.
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