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Be part of our team.
Marymount’s faculty and staff are dedicated professionals who model lifelong learning, nurture a growth mindset, and make meaningful connections with students. We believe in the transformative power of a diverse and inclusive community, and we actively seek candidates from diverse backgrounds. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, religion, age, disability, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, or gender in our educational programs or employment practices.
Marymount seeks educators who inspire students to recognize their unique talents, embrace challenges, and reach their full potential. Faculty are expected to be innovative instructors in inquiry-based, student-centered classrooms, as well as active participants in the school community. Rooted in the Catholic tradition of educating both the heart and the mind, Marymount’s mission and values are infused throughout our programs and daily lives; students graduate from the School as compassionate, ethical citizens with a strong commitment to social justice. Interested applicants should share the following vision:

  • We believe all children are curious, eager, and able to learn, and should be given the opportunity to realize and develop their unique intellectual, spiritual, creative, and athletic gifts.
  • We believe learning happens continuously and dynamically, and students learn best through inquiry-based instruction–learning by doing, making, exploring, tinkering, investigating, questioning, challenging, reflecting, presenting, wondering, and playing.
  • We believe in the transformative power of a diverse and inclusive school community, local community, and global community, as students learn empathy through their interactions, experiences, and observations.
  • We believe students of every faith are endowed with spiritual gifts and should have the space to deepen their relationship with God and to develop an appreciation of diverse religious traditions.
  • We believe families are our partners in developing students’ sound minds, bodies, and spirits and join with the School to cultivate healthy, resilient, and engaged members of society.
  • We believe that single-gender education promotes a culture of agency and empowers girls to become bold leaders, develops their confidence and ambition, and fosters interest in fields where women are underrepresented.
  • We believe the Goals and Criteria of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary and our Catholic identity strengthen our sacred responsibility to advocate for social justice and promote informed, mindful, and ethical decision-making.