Please note that all applications for this job posting will be considered for a July, 2021 start date.
We're redefining what's possible in public education. We set out to tackle this education crisis with a groundbreaking school design that delivers a rigorous, whole-child education to students from all backgrounds. Today, as the fastest growing, highest-performing charter school network in New York, our network of 45 K-12 schools outperforms every district in the state, proving irrefutably that all children are capable of excellence.
Our schools serve children in Grades K-12:
Success Academy is a fast-paced, leading-edge organization where remarkable people are working boldly and urgently to overturn the vast educational inequities that block opportunity for too many children. A network of 47 public charter schools serving 20,000 K-12 students in some of New York City’s most underserved neighborhoods, we are the state’s fastest-growing, highest performing public school system and are nationally recognized for our groundbreaking, whole-child school model. As innovators and thought leaders, we share our curriculum and model with educators across the country and advocate to change public policies that prevent children and families from having access to great public schools.
Success Academy welcomes teaching candidates from all backgrounds who want to have a big social impact while being challenged, supported, and valued. Our teachers swiftly grow their skills through abundant training, coaching, and professional development and work with a close-knit, collaborative team to deliver life-changing opportunities for kids. They participate in an immersive summer training experience and once in the classroom, receive ongoing support from expert teachers and school leaders. We are committed to giving our educators everything they need to thrive in their roles and grow professionally.
In this role, you will:
We’d love to hear from you if you:
Our dual mission is to: Build exceptional, world-class public schools that prove children from all backgrounds can succeed in college and life; serve as a catalyst and national model for school reform, and help change public policies that prevent children from having access to opportunity.