St. Anne’s values great teachers who have a heart for working with children and a commitment to bringing hope and promise to the world. Candidates who seek a dynamic, collaborative, and enriching learning environment are encouraged to apply.
St. Anne's seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds who will add to the racial, cultural, and gender identity of the school community. We seek candidates who have a passion for education and a growth mindset. St. Anne’s employees share a commitment to academic excellence, responsibility for ourselves and our community, respect for one another, and compassion for others. The school embraces diversity in all facets of our life together; we work to teach good stewardship of our campus and our environment; and the spiritual and personal growth of members of our community is nurtured through daily devotions, weekly chapels, religion classes, and our community service program.
It is the policy of St. Anne’s to provide an equal employment opportunity to all applicants for employment and not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sex (including reproductive health decisions, pregnancy and related conditions), age, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, national origin, disability, marital status, genetic information, status as a veteran, family responsibilities, or victims of domestic violence, sexual offenses, or stalking, or any other status protected by law.
Listed below, please find current employment opportunities for positions on the St. Anne’s faculty. Interested candidates should send a letter of introduction, current resume, educational philosophy, and list of references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Candidates applying to serve as substitute teachers should follow the same procedure.
St. Anne’s Episcopal School invites nominations and applications for the position of Head of School.
St. Anne’s Episcopal School provides students in Preschool through grade eight with a dynamic, robust, and developmentally appropriate educational experience which prepares them well for high school and lifelong learning. With a focus on enhancing the intellectual, spiritual, physical, social, and artistic growth of its students, St. Anne’s empowers children to realize their potential for good as citizens of local communities and the world. Small classes in a caring community of creative and engaging teachers ensure that each student receives the benefits of an individualized academic program grounded in the rich history of intellectual inquiry that characterizes Anglican education. A robust arts, athletics and activities program rounds out opportunities for St. Anne’s students, who graduate equipped not only with extraordinary competence but also with the drive to serve others and to make a difference in the world.
St. Anne’s Episcopal School sits on a stunning 125-acre campus in Middletown, Delaware. Along with the school building, constructed in 2002 (addition in 2018), the campus includes premier outdoor education space, an outdoor chapel, multi-sport athletic fields, learning pavilion, woodlands, agricultural land and a nature preserve. The school was founded in 2002 by educators at St. Andrew’s School, a prestigious boarding school located just across Silver Lake from the St. Anne’s campus. St. Anne’s is situated in one of the fastest growing areas of the Mid-Atlantic and centrally located near a wide range of communities: small-town charm in Odessa, the nearby planned community of Whitehall, Galena and Chestertown in Maryland, urban life in Wilmington, or rural settings dotted with horse farms. The school’s location in Middletown offers easy access to cultural and historical offerings in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. as well as the natural beauty of the Chesapeake Bay, Maryland’s Eastern Shore and Delaware’s popular beach towns.
The Head of School reports to the Board of Trustees and will be responsible for providing a vision to advance the school’s mission of preparing students for lifelong learning. The Head of School will lead St. Anne’s 67 skilled and caring faculty and staff members who support the school’s 250 students, while overseeing the academic program, enrollment, strategic planning, and fundraising opportunities. The most qualified candidate will be an experienced leader with strong academic and administrative experience, demonstrate an ability to build relationships with multiple constituent groups, show a strong and demonstrated commitment to diversity and inclusion, have a proven record of championing the value of independent school education, and embrace the Episcopalian values of the school.
For consideration, please send all nominations or applications (résumé and cover letter) to:
Sherry Coleman, Partner
Sue Bosland, Partner
Lisa Solinsky, Associate
For more information, please visit St. Anne’s Episcopal School at www.stannesde.org.
It is the policy of St. Anne’s to provide an equal employment opportunity to all applicants for
employment and not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sex (including reproductive health decisions, pregnancy and related conditions), age, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression and identity, national origin, disability, marital status, genetic information, status as a veteran, family responsibilities, or victims of domestic violence, sexual offenses, or stalking, or any other status protected by law.