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Employment Opportunities

Would you like to do something to change the world and enjoy going to work each day?

We believe that Christ-centered, poetic, classical education is the key to change, and We are seeking strong, capable, responsible, thoughtful, creative people who are faithful to the Catholic Church & well-educated in the liberal arts to help form the souls & minds of our students.


We offer a competitive salary for full time and part time positions.

Additional benefits to being a full-time Guide:

  • A possible subsidy for graduate studies or relevant continuing education

  • Get your work done between 8am and 4pm (rather than spending hours outside of school on grading and prep work) and have time for other activities, classes, etc.

  • If you have student loans, our accountant will help you put together a repayment plan with the lowest rate possible - if you teach for 10 years, your loans will be forgiven

- candidates with graduate degrees in related fields are preferred

- qualified candidates should fill out the Application for Employment & email the following to

           1.) your resume/CV

           2.) a letter of recommendation from a previous employer

           3.) If you graduated with a university degree within the past 5 years, a letter of recommendation from a professor you studied under

           4.) a letter of character reference from a priest or religious who knows you



Folk & Liturgical Music Guide

Job Requirements:

  • Can play and teach guitar (& preferably ukelele, bass, penny whistle, etc.)

  • Can sing and teach traditional folk songs

  • Can instruct in voice development and help students learn to sing better

  • Can learn & help students sing the Divine Office


We have a very limited number of Job Requirements to be completed by all Guides outside of teaching hours:

  • Attend all required teacher trainings: Positive Discipline training (11-12 August) and one of the following:  Montessori Adolescent Symposium (virtual), Prairie Troubadour, the Dallas Institute Teachers’ courses, or the DeNicola Ethics Conference

  • Attend all required faculty meetings (weekly on Wednesdays, 4-5pm and one Wednesday each month dinner & discussion 6-8 pm; meetings may be reduced as the year progresses, depending on need)

  • Attend & assist at school fundraisers (1-2 per year - contra/swing dances, casino night, etc.)

  • Fill in student progress reports for each of the quarterly conferences

  • Submit student progress reports to the Directress a week before conferences

  • Attend student recitals (twice annually) & Parent Conferences (3 times annually) 

Application for Employment
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