Lumen Verum Academy offers a Catholic classical, liberal arts education in a blended-learning environment. The core curriculum includes: integrated humanities (literature and history), math, science, debate/rhetoric, English composition, Latin, and theology. Small class sizes and Socratic teaching characterize our pedagogical approach. As a faculty member at our small but growing school, each teacher has a very significant and unique opportunity to shape the intellectual and spiritual culture of our community.
Lumen Verum Academy exists to help scholars and families throughout the Archdiocese of Boston and beyond to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ who know, love, and serve God in truth and in complete fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church. We do this by providing parents with an educational experience for their children that is vibrantly Catholic, academically exceptional, and exceedingly joyful.
In-person instruction is provided twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays at our campus in Sudbury, while virtual instruction takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays. Fridays are reserved for field trips and asynchronous learning opportunities.
Lumen Verum Academy, a 6-12 school sponsored by the Archdiocese of Boston, is seeking qualified, passionate high school teachers in all disciplines, most particularly:
Upper-level Latin (Latin III and beyond)
Upper-level Science (high school biology and chemistry)
Upper-level Math (Algebra II and Pre-Calculus)
Upper-level Classical Humanities
Our faculty members have a great deal of freedom in terms of lesson planning and course design, so we are interested in hiring dedicated individuals with a personal interest in these areas.
Strong background in their discipline, either in scholarly study or professional work
Deep commitment to the Catholic faith and fidelity to the Church’s teachings
A joyful disposition that radiates enthusiasm and care for students
Commitment to lifelong learning and passion for subject matter
Teachers will also be required to take an Oath of Fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
Please note that though these qualifications represent the ideal, we encourage educators from non-traditional backgrounds to apply.
Familiarity with classical liberal arts pedagogy (e.g., Socratic teaching)
Teaching experience, preferably at the middle and high school level
Ability to teach across disciplines
Experience with virtual instruction
Master’s degree or above
Salary is competitive and based upon qualifications and experience.
401(k) matching (after Year 1 of employment)
Life and disability insurance
Paid time off (personal and sick days)
Professional development assistance
Sudbury, MA, USA
To apply for this job email your details to [email protected]