The Field School

Careers

The Field School is a diverse, classical Pre-K - 8th grade school that feeds the hearts and minds of children through rigorous study rooted in a Christ-centered environment. Founded in 2017, we are animated by the dream of providing an exceptional education to children from all backgrounds. Our unique learning community is racially and socioeconomically diverse, and we reserve more than half of our seats for students from low-income backgrounds each year.

Working at The Field School

The Field School values rigorous academics, holistic growth, joyful discovery, and strong relationships, all for God’s glory. As our students engage together in timeless truths and trusting relationships, school staff embody a culture that is friendly, diverse, thoughtful, and energizing.

Current Openings

Lower Elementary School Teacher

Serving in PreK, K, first, or second grade classrooms, Lower Elementary Teachers at The Field School are responsible for curriculum preparation; classroom instruction; assessments; communication with parents, classroom aides, and school staff; and professional development in a collegial environment where relationships come first. Click here for more information.

Upper Elementary School Teacher

Serving in third through fifth grade classrooms, Upper Elementary Teachers at The Field School are responsible for curriculum preparation; classroom instruction; assessments; communication with parents, classroom aides, and school staff; and professional development in a collegial environment where relationships come first. Click here for more information.

Classroom Aide

Assigned to one or more of our PreK - 5th grade classrooms, Classroom Aides (CAs) at The Field School partner with classroom teachers and Art, PE, Music, and Spanish instructors. They support academic programming, encourage habit formation and instruction, and help sustain a strong classroom atmosphere, all in a collegial environment. Part time and full time positions are available. Click here for more information.

What drew me to The Field School is a shared desire to nurture the whole child—hearts and minds—intellectually, socially, spiritually, and emotionally, all while being rooted in Christ. We help students develop a deep passion for lifelong learning.
Angela Merrick, 3rd Grade Teacher