Strong moral character, devotion to God, a calling from God to love and teach young people, and a passion for life-long learning...that's the Heritage Faculty!
Heritage School’s requirements for faculty are in many ways more stringent than those required by other schools. All teachers and staff are required to be of impeccable character, role models in the community, and active members of a church with the ability to profess their Christian faith openly and in writing prior to being considered for a position at Heritage. All employees at Heritage School are expected to fully embrace and support the Statement of Belief.
Applicants for teaching positions at Heritage School will possess both experience teaching and a Bachelor's degree, preferably in the subject matter for which they are applying. An advanced degree and state teaching certification(s) are definitely a plus.
Those wishing to apply are encouraged to follow the steps below:
Elementary art teacher
Part-time volleyball and basketball coaches (middle school level)
For more information, please contact Esteban Garza at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Heritage School, 830-997-6597
Step 1: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume stating the position, listed above, for which you are applying. Please email, fax, or mail the above to the contact information listed below (email is preferred):
ATTN: Esteban Garza,
Human Resources Director
310 Smokehouse Road Fredericksburg, TX 78624
Step 2: After review of your resume, you may be contacted with a request to submit an official application.
Step 3: Upon receipt of a completed application and required forms, selected applicants will be contacted for a tour and interview.
Heritage School is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding employees through a compensation plan that compares favorably with those of regional peer schools. Personal professional development and membership in national professional organizations are priorities for all faculty. All employees (who make over $5,000 per year and have worked at the school for two years) may make contributions to the school’s SIMPLE retirement plan and receive a 3% employer match. A generous paid holiday and leave package is provided to all full-time employees; full-time administrative staff also receive paid vacation time. Heritage School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
To ensure that our faculty is continuing their skills and philosophy within the scope of our mission, Heritage has a strong plan for professional growth. It includes in-state and out-of-state training opportunities as well as attendance at national conferences such as SCL [Society for Classical Learning] and/or ACCS [Association of Classical Christian Schools].
December: Early announcement of potential openings
January: Accepting letters of inquiry & resume/CV
February: Openings formally posted on Heritage website
February/March: Application sent to selected candidates
March/April: Interviews, tours with selected candidates
April/May: Finalize the next year’s Faculty
Information about Fredericksburg — an unhurried, artistic, town rich in culture and natural beauty. Fredericksburg, Texas was established by German immigrants with foundations based on belief in God, patriotism, family and the importance of a strong education.
Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce: http://www.fredericksburg-texas.com/
Fredericksburg is located 90 minutes from Austin [“Live Music Capital of the World”] and an hour away from beautiful San Antonio, the Alamo city.