English Part-time (#1391710)

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We are seeking a highly qualified English teacher who is currently licensed to teach English. Specifically, we need someone to teach high school grade English and AP Language. This is a part-time position, teaching every other day.

This is for next school year, so we can be as flexible as we need to be. If you would rather teach another grade, don't hesitate to submit a resume. Or if you have another endorsement, we can consider a full-time position.

Last year, our small graduating class of 75 seniors has produced a total of 7 (seven) Congressional Nominees to the Service Academies (1 Merchant Marine, 1 Naval Academy, 2 West Point, 3 Air Force Academy). This would be an amazing feat for a high school with 500 seniors, but for 75 it is off the charts. This year, we currently have 7 nominations - 4 have received appointments so far. And, considering this is a small Title I school with an intense College Prep, full-time Military model....it has been hard work.

Utah Military Academy provides a full-time military environment with uniforms worn Monday through Friday. Our staff is expected to directly assist in fostering this military environment, to include proper military protocol and conduct.

Our staff will lead an extracurricular program that builds character, and knowledge base. Our daily schedule is from 0800 to 1500, with extracurricular activities held three days a week from 1515 to 1630 hours. The teacher is expected to lead a lab, club or program twice a week. Unique learning opportunities are encouraged and within reason will be supported.

We have aggressive goals of placing our graduating cadets into the Military Academies and ROTC programs at colleges and universities, with a focus on STEM, Liberal Arts, aerospace and computer technology. Our staff is essential in making this happen.

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Utah Military Academy

5120 S. 1050 W., RIVERDALE, UT 84405
 

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