Overview

St. Joseph Academy is an independent, classical, Catholic TK-12 school that teaches in accordance with the Magisterium. We are seeking a middle school Latin teacher beginning January 6th, 2021. Candidates must be loyal, practicing Catholics who are motivated, organized and possess a deep love for God, others and a passion for communicating that love. A genuine affection and love and talent for teaching rounds out the ideal candidate. Undergraduate degree required, Masters preferred.
Training and support is provided. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with experience.

St. Joseph Academy is recognized by the Cardinal Newman Society as a School of Excellence and is currently one of three schools in the nation to be a Cardinal Newman Society Ambassador School. We are a member of NAPCIS (The National Association of Private Catholic and Independent Schools) and ICLE (Institution for Catholic Liberal Education). Our current enrollment is 325 students . We are located in beautiful San Diego County, just 15 minutes from the ocean.

Please visit www.saintjosephacademy.org for more information about our school.

Please email a cover letter and resume to: hr@saintjosephacademy.org.

Thank you. We look forward to hearing from you!

To apply for this job email your details to bdelatorre@saintjosephacademy.org

About St. Joseph Academy

St. Joseph Academy was established in response to the Second Vatican Council's call for greater lay witness in contemporary society. Teaching in accordance with the Magisterium of the Church, our mission is to form young men and women who, committed to live by Catholic principles, will transform and advance human culture. We aim to accomplish this by offering a traditional learning environment that blends faith and reason in educating the whole child.

Man was created by God in His image and likeness and therefore is destined for Him who is infinite perfection. In the spirit of the Divine Master, amidst a world of material possession, the mission of St. Joseph Academy is to prepare the child for what he must be and for what he must do here on earth, in order to gain the sublime end for which he was created. Our duty is to take great care in the Christian education of the youth.