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Christian Heritage Classical School seeks to maintain a strong educational program by providing a stable core of teachers who are academically, professionally, and spiritually competent. We are committed to finding and retaining qualified administrators and support staff who impact the academic and spiritual quality of the school.

Christian Heritage is an ACCS membership school, accredited through AdvancED,  founded in 1994.  Enrollment is currently 235 students offering 4-year-old kindergarten through 12th grade.  Christian Heritage is located amidst the pines of East Texas in northern Longview (Between Shreveport, LA, and Dallas, TX).

Candidates must be mature in the Christian faith and have a desire to teach and disciple children. Candidates must also hold a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in education or area in which they desire to teach. Qualified candidates should have a gift for teaching from a Christ-centered worldview in the classical method.

Non-Discriminatory Hiring Policy

Christian Heritage Classical School does not discriminate on the basis of an individual's race, color, national origin, marital status, gender, disability, or age in hiring, or in the application of any policy, practice, rule or regulation.

Personal Qualifications for Employment

All employees at Christian Heritage will be Christian believers who attend a church whose fundamental beliefs are consistent with the CHCS Statement of Faith. They will give evidence of trusting Jesus Christ alone as Lord and Savior. They will demonstrate a conviction that God has called them to a Christian school teaching ministry. They will demonstrate spiritual maturity, a teachable spirit and have a clear conscience before God and man (Titus 2:1-8).

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INTRODUCTION FOR TEACHER POSITIONS

The most important influence on school culture is the faculty. We seek out faculty who demonstrate a love of God, a love of learning, and especially a love of children!  The goal of a classical educator is to instill a passion for learning in a child and to inspire them to live a virtuous life. Our teachers are forming and shaping future men and women of excellence and virtue.

Once hired, faculty will be challenged to deepen their own grasp of the subjects they teach, as well as their mastery of the pedagogical arts. We will also provide professional development opportunities for faculty to reflect carefully about the connections between their subject matter and the Christian worldview. We are as eager to see faculty attend conferences on how we should think and live as Christians as we are eager to see them participate in, for example, a math workshop. Faculty will also meet weekly to stay united in purpose, to sharpen each other’s minds, and to communicate collectively about each child in the school.

Christian Heritage desires that members of its faculty and staff function as an encouraging and supportive community where individual differences and strengths are valued. A member of the employed community will show a commitment to a Christian lifestyle, a desire to share Christ in an integrated way in the classroom, and to mentor students. The love of learning and students is vital for any participant in a classical school. Thorough knowledge of the subject to be taught and the ability to impart understanding to students in a winsome manner is necessary.

If you are interested in applying, please email a resumé to sjones@chcslongview.com.

GRAMMAR

Christian Heritage (www.chcslongview.com) is seeking qualified Grammar School (4K-5th Grade) teachers. Applicants should have a vibrant Christian testimony demonstrating a growing relationship with Jesus. They must fully support and abide by the school’s Statement of Faith, possess a passion for and exhibit academic strength in their field, demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning, and exude a love for children. The ideal applicant is willing to teach using songs, chants, and other classical pedagogy, and excited to be part of a collaborative learning community.

INTRODUCTION FOR TEACHER POSITIONS

The most important influence on school culture is the faculty. We seek out faculty who demonstrate a love of God, a love of learning, and especially a love of children!  The goal of a classical educator is to instill a passion for learning in a child and to inspire them to live a virtuous life. Our teachers are forming and shaping future men and women of excellence and virtue.

Once hired, faculty will be challenged to deepen their own grasp of the subjects they teach, as well as their mastery of the pedagogical arts. We will also provide professional development opportunities for faculty to reflect carefully about the connections between their subject matter and the Christian worldview. We are as eager to see faculty attend conferences on how we should think and live as Christians as we are eager to see them participate in, for example, a math workshop. Faculty will also meet weekly to stay united in purpose, to sharpen each other’s minds, and to communicate collectively about each child in the school.

Christian Heritage desires that members of its faculty and staff function as an encouraging and supportive community where individual differences and strengths are valued. A member of the employed community will show a commitment to a Christian lifestyle, a desire to share Christ in an integrated way in the classroom, and to mentor students. The love of learning and students is vital for any participant in a classical school. Thorough knowledge of the subject to be taught and the ability to impart understanding to students in a winsome manner is necessary.

If you are interested in applying, please email a resumé to sjones@chcslongview.com.

RHETORIC

Christian Heritage (www.chcslongview.com) is seeking a Spanish teacher for our Rhetoric School (grades 9-12). Applicants should have a vibrant Christian testimony demonstrating a growing relationship with Jesus. They must fully support and abide by the school’s Statement of Faith, possess a passion for and exhibit academic strength in their field, demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning, and exude a love for children. The ideal applicant will have a willingness to be part of a collaborative community of educators and excited to grow and learn as a classical teacher.

Expectations include developing lesson plans and utilizing various methods to bring to life Spanish instruction, providing daily conversations in Spanish to improve and correct students as they learn, and monitoring students’ progress through assessments, assignments, and class participation. A bachelor’s degree in Spanish and previous classroom teaching experience is preferred.