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Upper and Middle School Science Teacher

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Full-Time, 10 month
4 Year Degree


Oak Hall School's Distinguished Scholar program offers an immersive academic experience that evolves and expands, from preschool through Grade 12. Throughout their academic journey, students learn to think critically, communicate purposefully, collaborate effectively, and lead confidently. Firmly rooted in Oak Hall's core values of Scholarship, Leadership, and Service, the program is designed to provide students with dedicated learning experiences that build on their interests and talents.

Oak Hall School is seeking a science educator for Integrated Science, one of the three pillars of study in the Distinguished Scholars program. Expanding on STEM disciplines, Integrated Science offers students the opportunity to become collaborators, innovative problem solvers, and critical thinkers through the student of biomedical science, engineering, and computer science. This science educator will guide students in a full immersion of the integrated sciences, from grades 7th through 12th, in a personalized pathway through curricular opportunities and co-curricular experiences that extend the walls of the classroom.


Science educators in all manners of discipline who value being part of a welcoming, diverse and supportive learning community are highly encouraged to apply. An educational background and meaningful experience in chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, or computer science are all valued pathways for this position, which is slated to begin in August 2023.

Oak Hall is proud to offer a comprehensive employee compensation package, including a competitive salary, health and wellness benefits, and generous retirement plan options to benefits- eligible employees. More information about our welcoming, diverse and supportive school community is available at

Oak Hall School is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment. It is Oak Halls policy to provide equal employment opportunities and administer terms and conditions of employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy, genetic information, marital status, or other legally-protected characteristic in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.