What is it like to be a faculty member at The de Paul School?

Here are the sentiments of two de Paul teachers, one experienced and one new, which capture the joy and accomplishment realized in our classrooms:

  • “I am committed to de Paul because I enjoy working with bright, intelligent students who thrive in our de Paul environment. I also enjoy working with other faculty members who challenge me to continue to grow as a teacher. I have found more support from faculty, administrators, and families at de Paul than at previous schools where I taught.”
     
  • “I’m proud to be part of this unique school where students with learning differences are viewed as individuals with enormous potential and are given the tools they need to succeed. I’m lucky to have found a school community that believes in their students and empowers them to be better people every day.”

As a fully accredited independent school for students with learning differences, we will accept inquiries from degreed and certified teachers with superlative communication skills, passion for student success, and willingness to embrace and apply instructional methodologies which have proven successful at The de Paul School since 1970. While a degree or certification in special education is preferred, we will consider highly-skilled and dedicated applicants with more conventional educational degrees and certifications.

To be considered, send a LETTER OF INTRODUCTION along with your RESUME/VITAE by email. You may also send your information to our mailing address, attention to Lisa Stepp, Principal.

*The de Paul School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual identity or orientation, national origin, or disability in the administration of its policies, procedures, and programs. We commit to a strong policy against discrimination based on all factors.

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