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Employment

Open positions for 2021-2022 school year are below. 

Upper Science Teacher

NCCS is currently accepting applications for a qualified part-time Upper School science teacher, capable of teaching biology and physics. Position is for two periods/day, five days/week. Candidates should hold a degree in science or science education. Prior experience in classical academics preferred.

Upper Math Teacher

NCCS is currently accepting applications for a qualified part-time Upper School math teacher, capable of teaching pre-calculus and calculus. Candidates should hold a degree in mathematics or mathematics education. Prior experience in classical academics preferred.

Kindergarten Classroom Assistant

NCCS is currently accepting applications for a qualified full-time Kindergarten Classroom Assistant. Responsibilities include classroom management, paperwork preparation, and one-on-one instruction when necessary. Prior experience in an academic classroom with first grade or below is preferred.

Substitute Teacher

    • Grammar School and Upper School substitutes
    • Particularly interested in substitutes able to teach math and science lessons
    • Teaching experience preferred

If you wish to be considered for teaching positions, please peruse the information below. 

Applicants new to classical Christian education should read 

  • The Paideia Principle (free HERE)
  • An Introduction to Classical Education (free HERE)
  • The Lost Tools of Learning (free HERE)
  • The Liberal Arts Tradition (may be purchased HERE)

Full-time Upper School teachers are required to agree with, understand, and teach Reformed theology (including the Westminster Confession of Faith and its associated catechisms) and may be examined by the elders of New Covenant Presbyterian Church (PCA)

All full or part time applicants should contact the Head of School at george.jaggers@ncpres.org for a copy of the current Employee Handbook to understand all duties and responsibilities of faculty and staff.

Please submit the application found at HERE to george.jaggers@ncpres.org: