Secondary Science Teacher

Posted by CB Community Schools on August 24, 2021

Do you see teaching as a platform to connect with students to equip them with the social, emotional, and academic skills to not just survive in life, but to thrive? Are you passionate about righting the inequities of education for students who are in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems? Does teaching in a smaller school, that works for peace and justice, where all students’ stories are known and honored sound appealing to you? Then C.B. Community Schools, Philadelphia may be your next school home.

The C.B. Community School, Philadelphia is seeking an extraordinary Secondary Science Teacher to work in our vibrant, innovative school. We are a private school whose mission is to educate students touched by the child welfare system who need focused support to graduate. Our school team is experienced and dedicated professionals. Our school environment blends strong academics with social emotional supports that cultivate critical thinking, confidence, and resilience. CBCS is a “second chance” school that serves 65 students who can earn their high school diplomas and reach their fullest potential through a flexible, competency-based curriculum.

We are looking for an experienced Secondary Science Teacher who has a passion to teach and work with our students who benefit from caring, healing-centered school team members and who maintain a rigorous and engaging environment for learning. The ideal candidate can create a space where students engage in deep thinking about life science, environmental science, and biology, and grow in their ability to analyze and express themselves through class conversations, investigation, lab analysis, writing and project-based opportunities.

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