School of Classics Chair, Part-time or Full-time

Website Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy

Educating and Cultivating Servants for Christ

A CVCA School of Classics chair is called to educate and cultivate servants for Christ within his or her classroom and other interactions with the CVCA student body. The School of Classics chair will oversee the School of Classics program and teach a series of high school elective courses exploring ideas from the great books that shaped western civilization as part of the Omnibus curriculum. The courses will combine the study of history, literature, and theology, but will also allow students to participate in the full breadth of the CVCA curriculum. The school of classics teacher will be responsible to develop the curriculum at CVCA and perform any other non-teaching duties as assigned by administration.

Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (, founded in 1968, is a private, college-preparatory, non-denominational Christian Middle and High school that seeks to educate and cultivate servants for Christ.  Students meet rigorous admissions standards both academically and spiritually. CVCA’s 850 students, of whom 25% represent minority populations, come from a seven-county area.  CVCA’s facilities include a 166,000 square-foot building with state-of-the-art technology, 7 science labs, dedicated band and choir rooms, a 700-seat chapel/auditorium, and 70 acres of sports facilities, including a gymnasium, turf stadium, all-weather track, and three-court field house.  CVCA is fully committed to maintaining an ethnically/culturally diverse faculty and student body within a biblical community.

Position Requirements:

Full support for CVCA’s mission, vision, and core values
Passion and ability to shape both the pedagogy and curriculum in a classically informed way that reaches the mission to educate and cultivate servants for Christ
A clear desire and ability to teach in a student-centered learning environment
Interest in innovatively and appropriately using technology (including Chromebooks) in the classroom to support student learning
Strong communication skills
Availability and willingness to lead the School of Classics
Bachelor’s degree in the Classics, Theology, Bible, History, or related field
ACSI teaching certification or ability to obtain ACSI teaching certification prior to employment

Ideal Qualifications:

State of Ohio teaching certificate, Grades 7-12
Five years’ experience teaching in grades 7-12 at various levels
Demonstrated experience in innovatively and appropriately bringing Chromebooks and other technologies into the classroom to amplify and accelerate student learning
Ability and interest in involvement in the CVCA co-curricular program (related experience preferred).

Interested candidates should send a resume, philosophy of Christian education and personal Christian testimony to Jeanie Micale,

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