The Woods Academy in Bethesda, Maryland, is seeking a fine art teacher. The fine art teacher instructs students in Kindergarten through Grade Eight and serves as an integral member of the Arts Team, which is responsible for the development and execution of the Annual Arts Celebration each May. The Woods Academy is an inclusive Catholic community preparing boys and girls to lead lives of significance. The school serves approximately 300 students in the Washington DC Metropolitan area, including Montgomery County Maryland, Northern Virginia, and the District of Columbia. The Woods is where children come to discover their talents, grow in their faith, challenge themselves, and foster a strong desire to lead lives of significance. The school provides a comprehensive education for children from Montessori Preschool to Grade Eight with strong academics, a daily world language program, hands-on technology instruction, and a well-rounded arts program, all conducted in a small classroom setting.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applicants should have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in teaching and/ or art education or related field; although a Master’s degree or professional experience is preferred. Strong candidates will demonstrate a knowledge of art history and different art genres in order to teach a range of art styles. Three years or more of teaching experience in the K-8 environment as well as demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in technology are required.
About The Woods Academy
The Woods Academy is an independent Catholic school, offering boys and girls from pre-school through Grade 8 a challenging and supportive educational experience. The Woods Academy is a warm and welcoming community comprised of 300+ students, 200+ families and 60+ faculty and staff. The school is located on six acres in the residential area of Bethesda, Maryland.
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