Ridgeview happily accepts applications throughout the year for ALL faculty and staff positions, regardless of whether a specific position has been posted, as jobs periodically become available throughout the year. Teachers are hired based upon their mastery of academic disciplines and ability to convey knowledge to young people. Certification is neither required nor preferred.

Please follow the application procedures outlined below. Thank you for your interest in Ridgeview Classical Schools. For more details about open faculty positions, please email our Executive Assistant.

A complete application packet includes a Ridgeview Application Form, a resume or CV, a one-page letter of interest, a one-page letter detailing your philosophy of education, reference letters, and copies of transcripts. These materials may be submitted via email to the Executive Assistant.

Download a .pdf file of the application form here: EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION

Current Opportunities


Ridgeview is looking for monitors to join our team! If you like kids of all ages, come and join us working a part-time, flexible job with students K-12 throughout the school day. Interested candidates should contact Mr. Carpine for further details.

Hebrew Teacher

Ridgeview is seeking applicants to teach classical Hebrew as an elective to high school students. This is a part-time position, and successful applicants will demonstrate academic mastery of classical Hebrew and the capacity to develop a meaningful rapport with students and colleagues. Interested individuals should contact the Executive Assistant for further details.

After School Care Director

Ridgeview is seeking a new After School Care Director (click here for full description). The anticipated start date is August 27, 2018. Expected hours are 2-6pm, Monday through Friday when RCS is in session. Candidates must be over 21 years of age and must have CPR and first aid certifications. Interested individuals should submit an application to Mrs. Glasgow.

Classics Teacher

Ridgeview begins instruction of Latin in kindergarten and Greek in the third grade. While instruction at these levels is of an elementary nature, it is also of a foundational nature. Both Latin and Greek are taught with the intent of supporting instruction of the etymologies and grammar of the English language. Ridgeview’s Classics program focuses on language, literature, history, mythology, and archaeology, though not all teachers are expected to teach all of these subjects. In the middle and upper levels, students are prepared to eventually read and discuss primary source texts from Cicero, Virgil, Horace, Livy, and Ovid, among others. In the elementary school, extensive use is made of Christopher Perrin’s texts for Latin and Greek. To assist in memorization, a spoken Latin program has been implemented with considerable success. Ridgeview is seeking applicants who are passionate about their discipline, creative, teachable, and excited to work with a broad range of pupils to ensure that the Classics are embraced as a cornerstone of Ridgeview’s academic program. Ridgeview neither requires nor prefers candidates with teacher certifications but would rather solicit applications from individuals who have demonstrated academic mastery in the Classics. Teaching experience is preferred but is not essential. Written and oral communication skills, punctuality, a strong work ethic, and collegiality are essential. Interested individuals should submit a complete application to the Executive Assistant.

Substitute Teaching Position(s)
Ridgeview is seeking substitute teachers for all grade levels. Please fill out the RCS Employment Application and contact Mr. Carpine if you are interested.

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