A 50-Year Legacy of Expertise in Instructing Students Who Learn Differently

Careers At The de Paul School

The de Paul School is a fully accredited and acclaimed independent school for children with learning differences such as dyslexia, ADHD, and central auditory processing deficit. Each de Paul School classroom is led by a credentialed, highly-qualified, enthusiastic, and specially-trained teacher who understands the joys – and challenges – associated with our field and our mission. We will accept applications from educators whose college degrees, training and instructional experiences reflect expertise and commitment to transformative student achievement. The candidate will articulate a resolution to supporting the school’s established instructional and cultural pillars.  We seek educators who are passionate about student success, resilient, superlative communicators, and models of civility and hopefulness. Our de Paul School teachers work in teams, so candidates must possess a commitment to collaboration and corporate problem-solving.

Interested professionals can send their letter of introduction to dpinfo@depaulschool.org.

 

*The de Paul School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, or disability in the administration of its policies, procedures, and programs.

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                                                                 A Message from our Principal

Lisa Stepp

When we first meet prospective faculty members, we emphasize the duty and the demands of instructing at The de Paul School.  We make it clear that this will be the most challenging teaching position you will ever hold. And yet, we can similarly affirm that teaching at The de Paul School will be the most rewarding, inspiring, and meaningful job one can ever have! We are always seeking our next outstanding teacher… so, reach out to us if you would like to learn more about our peerless students, faculty, curriculum, and school culture!

 

-Lisa Stepp, Principal