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Online Montessori
Secondary Program


Bridgemont International School has been developed by internationally renowned Montessorians with decades of experience running Montessori Secondary programs. This new online Montessori school, serving students from 7th through 12th grade, will launch this Fall with an inaugural class of seventh graders.

Bridgemont will add one grade each year through the completion of the high school program. Bridgemont will deliver an authentic Montessori secondary education online using a new model of instruction: a highly interactive blend of live and pre-recorded key lessons, seminars, group projects, and innovative solutions to experiential distance education. 

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Bridgemont students will not get bored, and they will never feel alone. We will begin this year by restricting enrollment to students residing within the United States, however, we will expand internationally in the near future.

The Bridgemont difference will be our close-knit online community, where we encourage students to think deeply, work diligently in their studies, and form life-long friendships. Our graduates will be well-rounded global citizens. When you join Bridgemont, you will discover a unique and highly effective implementation of Montessori at the Secondary Level.

Come be part of our small initial team of Adolescent Montessori guides! When you are part of our inaugural team, you will help to shape the direction of what is certain to become a long-standing Montessori institution. If you are interested in being part of this project and would be excited to help develop our program and curriculum development, contact us today. We are looking for dynamic Montessori educators who value student-teacher interaction and have a desire to foster the social development of children while also preparing them for university, citizenship, and life.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree, preferably with an Adolescent or Elementary Montessori credential from a MACTE certified teacher education program. Compensation, including benefits, is competitive and commensurate with experience.

If you are ready to apply, please send a resume and cover letter Or, if you just have questions and want to learn more, please contact us.




The NewGate School, Lab School of The Montessori Foundation, is expanding and is seeking experienced Early Childhood and Elementary Montessori Guides for the 2023/2024 school year.

Founded in 1984, The NewGate School is the Lab School of The Montessori Foundation. NewGate is an independent, non-profit, international, college-preparatory Montessori school, home to 200 Montessori students from 18 months through the 12th grade.

Our Lower School has 120 students from 18-months through 6th grade. Our Lower School campus is a charming 5-acre former organic farm school. Classrooms are cottages with private gardens, shaded decks, mature trees, and the timeless beauty of old Florida.

Our Upper School has 80 students from grades 7-12. It is a 5-acre property surrounded by protected woodlands, with an outstanding Gold Level LEED certified building.

As a lab school, our faculty works with the Montessori Foundation in curriculum and program development.

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Our home is beautiful Sarasota, Florida, one of the best places to live in the United States. Our students enjoy the vast cultural and environmental opportunities of this beautiful international city.

NewGate is accredited by AdvancED (SACS/CASI), the International Montessori Council (IMC), and is recognized as an International Baccalaureate World School for the IB Diploma Programme (grades 11 and 12).

NewGate is an international educational center of inspiration and support for Montessori schools around the world. In collaboration with the Montessori Foundation, the school is engaged in curriculum development, professional education for Montessori school administrators, and Montessori conferences.

The school tends to attract committed Montessori families and educators who specifically move to Sarasota to be part of our international Montessori community.

Our faculty looks for passionate and experienced Montessori teachers who want to be part of the vibrant Montessori Foundation and NewGate community.

Candidates must have at least a BA or BS degree and hold Elementary Montessori certification from MACTE teacher-accredited programs. The school offers health benefits and NewGate tuition assistance for children of our staff. The school’s community is active and supportive, and we have a national board of Montessori leaders.

Learn more about NewGate at

Contact Head of School Tanya Ryskind (

School Leadership Positions

Khalsa Montessori Tucson

Head of School
(Tucson, AZ)
Posted 1/19/2023

The Montessori Foundation has been asked by our dear friends at the Khalsa Montessori School in Tucson, Arizona, to help them find their next Head of School, as their founder and Head of more than 45 years prepares to retire. Celebrating 47 years, they are in search of a new Head of School beginning this summer.

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Khalsa is a lovely and peaceful fully-implemented Montessori school set in the beautiful community of Tucson. All are welcome. The school values a diverse community and is committed to ensuring an environment that is fair, humane, and respectful.

Khalsa Montessori School is a non-profit that offers both a tuition-funded private Montessori school program for infants through age four and a publicly funded charter school for age five through middle school. Its total enrollment is 350 students.

The school is a center of inspiration and support for Montessori schools. It sponsors an AMS Montessori teacher education program #teacher #culture #schools .

The school has been led by its founder, Nirvair Khalsa, right from the start. There is a strong leadership team and a supportive board and parent body. The faculty is skilled and stable. Among other things we appreciate about Khalsa are its peace education, sense of community, and commitment to wellness with an emphasis on social-emotional learning, mindfulness, and a healthy, vegetarian diet.

The school is searching for someone with the right mix of vision, leadership, and ability to inspire and guide a wonderful learning community.

Tucson is a perfect setting for anyone who loves the outdoors, a moderate climate, and southwestern culture. Situated in the uniquely lush Sonoran Desert, with its dense population of plant and animal
life, including the giant saguaro cactus, Tucson is surrounded by mountains that offer scenic canyons, pine forests and trails for biking and hiking. Tucson is a multi-cultural city and home to the
University of Arizona, a vibrant downtown and arts district, and has been named by UNESCO as a City of Gastronomy.

As a charter school, the next leader must be committed to Montessori in the public sector and comfortable keeping on top of state reporting and other requirements.

Khalsa’s 2nd leader will share a deep commitment to Montessori education and leading in the Montessori way. Khalsa is a family-friendly school. The parent-teacher community organization is active and supportive. The next head will need the ability to listen, support, and collaborate with all stakeholders

The current Head will stay on for a year or so to support the new leader. The school works closely with the Montessori Foundation, which will continue to be a source of guidance.

Learn more about Khalsa Montessori School – Tucson at

If this unique opportunity speaks to you, please send your resume and letter of educational vision to


School Director (Dallas, TX)
Posted 1/19/2023

White Rock Montessori School (WRM) is seeking a new Director. The individual must be an experienced Montessorian who demonstrates the ability to balance the implementation of high-quality Montessori education with savvy business acumen. Personality traits include compassion, empathy, diplomacy, communicative, flexibility, decisiveness, adaptability, problem solver, inspiring, and organized.

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The new Director will join a school that is situated on 4.5 wooded acres and includes 2 modern, Montessori-inspired buildings for 175 students, ages 18 months through 8 th grade. The school is supported by an invested, caring not-for-profit board, and an operating budget of over $2.5 million with ample reserves. For a complete job description and application directions, see

School Director (Phoenix, AZ)
Posted 2/7/2023

Khalsa Montessori School is seeking an Associate Head of School to join the current administrative team. KMS is a charter Montessori school located in central downtown Phoenix, a growing and exciting community surrounded by historic districts of old town Phoenix. In addition to the vibrance of downtown Phoenix, the school is in close proximity to Arizona State University as well as state and regional government offices.

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The Associate Head will work with the Head of School to oversee the multi-site campuses of the school. This appointment will include a mentorship period with the current Head of School, with the intended goal of an ascension and appointment as Head of School in the near future. A minimum of six years of Montessori experience and a Montessori teaching credential are essential. This is an opportunity for a passionate Montessorian that wants to set roots and be part of this Montessori community with over 50 years of history in the Central Phoenix area.

The ideal candidate is a Montessorian interested in learning all aspects of school operations as an appropriate apprenticeship program preparing them for the position of Head of School. If you are passionate about Montessori and want to be part of something special and growing professionally, this is a great opportunity. Send resume and cover letter to Karen Paxton, Head of School, at

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $70,000.00 – $80,000.00 per year


  • 401(k)
  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Vision insurance

Schedule: Monday to Friday

Supplemental pay types:  Bonus pay

Ability to commute/relocate:
Phoenix, AZ 85004 | Reliably commute or willing to relocate with an employer-provided relocation package (Required)

Education: Bachelor’s (Required)

Teaching: 6 years (Required)
Montessori Teaching: 6 years (Required)

  • License/Certification:
  • Montessori Certification (Required)
  • Work Location: 2536 North 3rd Street, Phoenix, AZ 85004


Head of School Director (Wilmington, DE)
Posted 3/28/2023

Children’s House Montessori School is a school for ages 15 months – Kindergarten with a focus on child-led learning. Our school is a vibrant community, having served the Brandywine Valley for almost 50 years. Longtime educators and enthusiastic newcomers make up a close knit staff who help children learn through the words, wisdom, philosophy, and practical advice of Maria Montessori. We are seeking a special Montessorian and leader to serve as our new Head of School. Our nonprofit 501c3 organization is run by an Executive Board and provides comprehensive benefits and a competitive salary. We encourage you to visit us at and contact us at to learn more. Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of our wonderful community!

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An ideal Head of School candidate would have a Bachelors Degree in Education (Masters preferred), a Montessori certification, and be qualified as an administrator in the State of Delaware. We are happy to talk to a candidate working toward these goals. A candidate should have excellent communication skills, excellent organizational skills, excellent leadership skills, be comfortable as the face of the school. Have excellent people management and relationship skills and an advocate for Montessori education.

The Head of School reports to The Executive Director and, indirectly, the Executive Board of Trustees. The Head of School supervises all faculty, administrative, and support staff. The position of the Head of School is year-round. The Head of School is the chief operating officer appointed by the Executive Director, with the approval of the Board to administer the day-to-day implementation of the school’s mission and operating policy.

The Head of School serves as an educational director and provides day-to-day educational leadership. With oversight and support from the Executive Director, the Head of School carries out the school’s broad educational mission and policies as established by the Board of Trustees. With oversight, advice, and assistance from the Executive Director, the Head of School is responsible for a wide range of functions within the school. These include:

Relationship with the Board

● The Head of School brings to the attention of the Executive Director and Board Chair such matters and data about the needs and operation of the School as are appropriate to keep them fully informed of important issues.
● The Head of School and the Executive Director serve as the line of communication between the Board and other employees. Typically, they communicate with the Board together rather than individually.


● The Head of School creates an appropriate and effective management team for the School. The Head of School is expected to share school goals and delegate to their immediate subordinates and staff.
● The Head of School promotes an internal organization that encourages effective communication.
● The Head of School works to produce smooth day-to-day internal operations.
Planning and Analysis
● The Head of School develops tactical plans for the school with the faculty and staff. They also participate with the Executive Director and the Board in strategic planning.
● The Head of School encourages perspective via formative and summative assessments, comparisons with similar institutions, and internal and external analyses and critiques.
● The Head of School remains abreast of trends and research in education, particularly those affecting Early Childhood Education.

Compliance and Reporting

The Head of School remains aware of the current rules and regulations and ensures the school’s compliance with all state curriculum standards, records, rules and regulations, and reports that the State of Delaware Office of Childcare Licensing requires.


● Working with the faculty and administrative staff, the Head of School designs, implements, and administers student programs and services appropriate to the needs of those enrolled and consistent with the values and teaching styles of a progressive, humanistic Montessori approach, and develops systems of scheduling to accommodate these programs and services.
● Working with the faculty and administrative staff, the Head of School sets standards of participation and achievement in each of the following areas

Academic: The Head of School assures that the curricular scope and sequence, as well as instructional strategies, reflect the school’s philosophy and goals. The Head of School provides leadership in the process of curriculum development. The Head of School assists the staff in developing curricula that meet all standards.

Co-curricular: The Head of School organizes activities, elective offerings of a para-academic nature, and formal cultural exposures to round out the school’s academic program and provide for student interest development.

Student life: The Head of School establishes and oversees programs for after-hours and weekends, including extended day and summer programs.

Teaching Positions


Infant/Toddler Teacher (Lexington Park, MD)
Posted 1/27/2023

Bay Montessori School was founded in 1994 and is a member AMS school offering aacomprehensive Montessori program for children ages 6 weeks to 6th grade. Located on 13 acres in Lexington Park, Maryland, our campus includes well-equipped classrooms, library, pool, art studio, and age-appropriate playgrounds.

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The classroom environments follow the pattern set by Dr. Maria Montessori, specifically catering to the developmental needs of each child.  Our facility allows children room to spread their wings and to experience nature while being conveniently located near Patuxent River Naval Air Station.

We are currently seeking a Infant/Toddler teacher to work with children ages 2-24 months.  This teacher will work with other teachers to prepare and maintain the environment in which the Montessori approach to education is implemented. They are directly responsible for the care and maintenance of classroom materials, maintaining an orderly environment, keeping it clean and in like-new condition as directed.  This individual must be flexible, able to work as a team member, and have a passion to workwith the young child.

Coursework and experience in early childhood is necessary. Preference is given to candidates with Montessori training and/or a college degree.  Full-time position offers health benefits, sick and personal days, tuition discount and paid professional development.

If interested in this position please send a cover letter and resume to Tammy Willen at

Lower Elementary Lead Guide 
(Knoxville, TN)
Posted 2/2/2023

Nature’s Way Montessori School in Knoxville, TN is looking for a dynamic Lower Elementary (1st-3rd Grade) guide to begin the 2023-2024 school year. We are looking for a highly motivated, experienced individual who is dedicated to growing a community of Montessori learners. The person in this position will be responsible for coordinating the various aspects of a Lower Elementary classroom, all while maintaining the fidelity of this Montessori program and its relationship to the Nature’s Way Culture.

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Ideal candidates will:

  • Have their Elementary Montessori certification and a Bachelor’s degree or higher in a
    related field.
  • Have a deep understanding of and appreciation for elementary social, emotional, and
    academic development as well as Montessori philosophy.
  • Have experience guiding a Lower Elementary community and leading an Assistant Guide.
  • Desire to work in a community guided by respect for children, families and staff
  • Embody the values of the Montessori philosophy and uphold the guiding principles of
    Nature’s Way Montessori School at all times
  • Display a strong teamwork ethic, a genuine desire to collaborate with colleagues and
    parents, and possess a steadfast sense of professionalism.
  • Be an enthusiastic, collaborative guide who is interested in growing professionally
    within this supportive school community.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, and e-mail addresses for three
professional references to

Key west logoExperienced Elementary Montessori Guide  (Key West, FL)
Posted 2/7/2023

Come teach in paradise!! The Montessori Children’s School of Key West, Florida, a Lab School of The Montessori Foundation, is growing and we are seeking an experienced Upper Elementary Montessori Guide beginning in August 2023.

Founded in 1972, The Montessori Children’s School of Key West is an independent, non-profit, international Montessori school serving Montessori students from 18 months through the 6th grade. We hope to expand to middle school as well.

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Our home is a beautiful campus in the historic district of old town Key West, Florida, one of the most enchanting places in the United States. Our students enjoy the vast cultural and environmental opportunities of this beautiful community.

We look for passionate and experienced Montessori guides who want to be part of our vibrant Montessori community. Candidates must have at least a BA or BS degree and hold Elementary Montessori certification from a MACTE teacher-accredited program. The school offers a competitive salary and benefits. The school’s community is active and supportive.

Learn more about the Montessori Children’s School of Key West, Florida at Contact our Executive Director, Amy O’Connor, at, or our Senior Montessori Foundation consultant, Tim Seldin (

Montessori Community School (UT) Certified Infant Teacher (Salt Lake City, UT)
Posted 2/15/2023

Montessori Community School, a well-established private  Montessori school in the Salt Lake City area seeks highly motivated individuals to join our community. MACTE Infant/Toddler Teacher certificate required. Multiple positions may be available.

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    • Plan, prepare, and deliver lessons appropriate for the range of students served
    • Maintain all documentation as required by the school and observe and evaluate each
      student’s performance and development in school’s record keeping system
    • Prepare progress reports and lead parent teacher conferences
    • Supervise recess or gym time


    • 10 month work period (academic year)
    • Summer work is optional
    • 401(k) with employee matched funds
    • Health insurance policy with employee matched HSA
    • PTO and paid holidays available after probation period
    • On the job training & certification for First Aid, CPR and Food Handlers
    • Tuition reimbursement available for selected Professional Development


    Montessori Community School is a private school that has been operating since 1985. The mission of the school is to provide an authentic Montessori experience that nurtures the natural unfolding of the whole individual, instill a love of learning, encourage acts of peace, and empower all. The school enrolls students from three months to sixth grade in our Infant, Toddler, Early Childhood and Elementary programs


    • Pass a background check with Child Care Licensing
    • Candidates will be required to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 upon hire or state waiver
    • Meet the physical requirements (i.e. squatting, sitting, or kneeling, lifting 55 lbs)
    • Apply at the Montessori Community School Job Board


    • B.A./B.S. from an accredited institution
    • Montessori teaching credential from a MACTE recognized teacher training program

    Newgate logoInfant /Toddler | Early Childhood |Elementary | Secondary Positions (Sarasota, FL) | Posted 2/18/2023

    As we continue to grow, the NewGate School, the Lab School of The Montessori Foundation, anticipates that we may have a few positions available on our faculty.

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      Located in Sarasota, Florida, our students enjoy the vast cultural and environmental opportunities of this beautiful international city. NewGate enjoys a national and international reputation, with Montessori programs from infant-toddlers through high school.

      Interested in learning more? Visit NewGate online at or learn more about the work of The Montessori Foundation at Contact Tim Seldin, President of The Montessori Foundation at



      Primary Teacher (Phoenix, AZ) 
      Posted 2/21/2023

      Aldea Montessori is an all-day, all-year Montessori community of educators and parents who are passionate about creating an environment where every child can thrive. We strive every day to fully represent Montessori education as Maria Montessori directed. We believe that there is a genius in each child waiting to be revealed and it is through the classroom Prepared Environment that the unfolding will happen.

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        What We’re Looking For
        Are you passionate about working with children between 3 and 6 years and dedicated to providing the highest-quality learning environment? Have you led a Montessori Primary room for at least two years? Could you be available as early as February 1, 2023 and at the latest by June 1, 2023? If so, this role might be perfect for you! You will be taking over an established classroom.

        We’d love to talk to you, if you:
        Have completed AMI Montessori training at the Primary Level
        Have 2+ years of experience
        Possess infinite patience and a calm, centered personality
        Are eager to participate in a community of educators who share and learn from one another
        Are excited to partner with parents on their child’s journey
        Live in North Phoenix or are willing to relocate to Arizona
        Take pride in your work
        Understand and appreciate all the behaviors of this age group
        Get energized and inspired by working with children!

        What We Offer
        Excellent salary
        Quarterly bonuses
        Beautiful Prepared Environments and budgets to maintain them
        A team of Montessori professionals to support and assist you!

        Salary: $45,000.00 – $55,000.00 per year, DOE and education
        401(k) w/matching
        Health/Dental/Vision/Life insurance
        Employee discount
        Paid holidays, sick leave plus 5 weeks of vacation
        Paid Professional development
        Relocation assistance

        Please send us your resume and cover letter describing why you love working with children!

        Lower & Upper Elementary Guides (Grand Cayman)
        Posted 3/3/2023

        Village Montessori nestled in the heart of Camana Bay on the beautiful island of Grand Cayman in the Caribbean is seeking new staff to join our growing school for March or August 2023. We are recruiting English speaking Lower and Upper Elementary Guides that are warm, cheerful, dedicated and flexible; who want to be a part of a team that is passionate about Montessori.

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          Applicants must have a Montessori Certification from a recognized Montessori Institute e.g. AMI, AMS, CGMS  or MACTE and a BA in Education or similar is helpful as well as completion of a full three year cycle in a Montessori classroom. We are looking for team players willing to make a long-term commitment to our school.

          All applicants must be professional, be well versed in the Montessori philosophy, have excellent communication skills both written and verbal, excellent record keeping skills and lesson planning skills. Please contact:

          Lower Elementary Co-Lead, Upper Elementary Assistant, & Adolescent Community Assistant Positions
          (Knoxville, TN) |
          Posted 3/4/2023

          The Knoxville Montessori School is looking for motivated, experienced individuals with initiative and the ability to work effectively as part of a team. Positions available are:

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              • Lower Elementary Co-Lead (Montessori certification from an AMI-, AMS-, or MACTE-approved training center required)
              • Upper Elementary Assistant
              • Adolescent Community Assistant

              All positions are full-time, salaried, with benefits. Applicants must have a minimum of a B.A. or B.S. For complete job descriptions, compensation, and application, see

              Lower Elementary Montessori Guide
              (North Charleston, SC) |
              Posted 3/8/2023

              Casa dei Girasoli Montessori School (
              is a newly established Montessori school located in North Charleston, South Carolina.  We are seeking a highly motivated, independent, self-starting Montessori guide willing to partner with the founders to open and pilot our Lower Elementary classroom.

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                Qualifications: Education & Experience

                • Montessori Certification from a Montessori Accreditation Committee for Teacher Education (MACTE) approved program
                • Special consideration for candidates already certified in Lower Elementary yet will consider alternate Montessori level certification with willingness to become certified in Lower Elementary while employed
                • Bachelor’s Degree
                • Teaching experience in a variety of instructional settings
                • Special consideration for candidates with background/experience with children with special needs
                • Special consideration to candidates with training in Positive Discipline, Conscious Discipline, TESOL certifications and/or Special Education Certification/Training

                For a complete job description or questions please email Aliza MacClellan, Director at

                Upper & Lower Elementary Montessori Guides
                (Charleston, WV) |
                Posted 3/18/2023

                Located in the capital of West Virginia, Charleston Montessori is an established, growing, and supportive community of educators who provide an authentic Montessori experience to children for more than 13 years.

                CMS is looking for candidates to lead lower elementary and upper elementary classrooms for the 2023-24 school year. Candidates should have completed or are scheduled to complete Montessori elementary certification by the beginning of August 2023. Please submit a resume and cover letter to

                  Upper Elementary Montessori Guide
                  (San Luis Obispo, CA) |
                  Posted 3/23/2023

                  Come join our Montessori community! Montessori Children’s School is  looking for a new Upper Elementary teacher for the 2023-2024 school year. We have a mixed age classroom, 9- to 12-year-olds, a fourth to sixth grade class, with approximately 15-20 students.

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                  A Montessori diploma and teaching experience in a Montessori elementary classroom is desired. Duties include overseeing all the aspects of this classroom, implementing curriculum in all areas, supporting the students’ social and emotional development, working closely with a long-time, experienced support teacher, communicating effectively and clearly with other teachers and parents and willingness to be part of this close-knit community.

                  Compensation aligned with teaching experience and Montessori education. Please contact us as soon as possible for an interview if this position appeals to you! | 805-544-6691 (Mary Kern)

                  Upper & Lower Elementary Montessori Guides
                  (West Nashville, TN) |
                  Posted 3/23/2023

                  The vision of Holy Trinity Montessori (HTM) is to provide a learning environment that allows each student to develop a love for learning, not only in his or her own self-development but also in his or her outside world. Each child is guided to discover his or her own unique path to becoming a peaceful, spiritual, and involved member of society.

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                    Our work environment includes:

                    • On-the-job Montessori support and development
                    • Healthy and safe atmosphere
                    • Growth opportunities

                    Located on a beautiful, pristine, 37-acre campus, HTM seeks lead teachers in the Lower Elementary and Upper Elementary classrooms exhibiting strong co-teaching capabilities and a love for working with children in a Montessori environment. Applicants need experience working with children and willing to be a member of a hard-working faculty and team. Lead teacher is responsible for leading the classroom, managing of lesson plans, and communicating with parents and assistant/co-teacher. Applicants must exhibit strong communication skills and an excitement for teaching.


                    Position: Full-Time Lead Teacher (LE classroom Grades 1-3/ UE classroom Grades 4-6)

                    Start Date: August 2023 (School year August- May)

                    Qualifications & Experience:

                    • Minimum of an Associate degree | Bachelor’s (Preferred)
                    • Montessori certification preferred
                    • Tennessee or reciprocal State License preferred


                    • Full responsibility of classroom operations, communications, and overall leadership while planning and running a clean and efficient classroom up to Montessori standards
                    • Have a child-centered mindset that promotes the healthy emotional, social, intellectual, and physical development of each child working within a three-year cycle
                    • Maintain prompt hours, a neat and clean appearance, and a cooperative and professional work relationship with other staff
                    • Attend all staff meetings, in-services, trainings, parent-teacher conferences, and school events
                    • Assist co-teacher or assistant teacher in professional development and encouraging them in classroom operations
                    • Communicate with parents, teachers, staff, and administration both in person and through the school’s online platform

                    Job Type: Full-time


                    • Employee discount
                    • Paid time off
                    • Professional development assistance
                    • Schedule:  7:30 am–3:30 pm | Monday to Friday
                    • School type:  Montessori | Private school Education

                    Experience:  Child care/ working with children | 1 year (Preferred)

                    Work Location: In person

                    Contact: | 615-779-6309