Teacher

Opportunities

Summit Academy:
$40,000-$45,000
New Outlook Academy:
$40,000-$45,000
New Academy Charter School:
$40,000-$45,000

Perks

Generous
Paid Time Off
Complimentary
Meals and Parking
Excellent Highmark Medical Coverage
Dental and Vision Coverage
Prescription Reimbursement Program
401K & Profit-Sharing Plan
Life Insurance
Long Term Disability Insurance
Overview

Education is your’ “ticket to ride” in life… for our students, this is reality.

For our teachers, their goal is to transform each student into a life-long, successful learner.

In our licensed, trauma-informed school for students in grades 7 – 12, we employ teachers privately or publicly certified in:

  • Special Education
  • Mathematic
  • English
  • Social Students
  • Science
  • Health & Physical Education
  • Music
  • Art

An education degree is NOT required.

We will assist individuals with securing a private teaching certification.

Private certification through the Pennsylvania Department of Education requires a bachelor’s degree and at least six credit hours in the subject area.  Tuition assistance to complete required classes for certification may be provided by The Academy Schools.

Qualifications

Either a PA professional teaching certificate OR a private teaching certificate which initially requires a four-year degree, including 6 semester hours in a core discipline.

Permanent private teaching certification will require earning a total of 18 semester hours in the core discipline and 6 semester hours in education.

Credits required may be earned while working for The Academy Schools and tuition assistance is provided.

Compensation

Summit Academy – $40,000-$45,000

New Outlook Academy – $40,000-$45,000

New Academy Charter School – $40,000-$45,000

“I like the challenge this job provides and I like trying to help these kids” “They really aren’t much different than I was at their age so if I can help some of them to be successful, I feel like I am making a difference.” “I love what we do here and I know if I taught at another school, I wouldn’t be able to affect the kids the way I do here.”

Summit Academy Teacher