Why Work at St. Patrick's?

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School prides itself on being a nurturing community that is interested in developing the whole child. We believe that each individual should be valued and respected for his or her own strengths and talents. Teachers and staff members guide our students to be respectful of others, to be capable learners who work successfully both individually and collaboratively, and who willingly and actively engage in the learning process. 

We seek applicants who are aligned with our mission, “to inspire and equip children to couragously transform the world,” embrace the importance of service learning, and share our belief that there is something to be valued and respected living in a community that proclaims the unique worth and beauty of all human beings.

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School is accepting resumes for the upcoming 2024-2025 academic year. If you are interested in applying for any potential openings, please send a cover letter and resume to

Before submitting credentials, all are encouraged to review the following information about St. Patrick’s:

Our Mission and Heritage Statement
A St. Patrick’s Education
Why Chose Episcopal
Academic Excellence
Service Leadership
Specialist Classes

Open Positions

For all academic positions, please submit your letter of interest and resume as indicated at the end of each description. Positions will remain open until filled.

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School seeks to ignite in students an interest in and passion for language study that leads them to discover different cultures and contributes to the growth of students’ language skills and their global perspectives. At St. Patrick’s students participate in Spanish classes beginning in kindergarten.

The fifth through eighth grade Spanish teacher serves as a bridge from the Lower to Middle School Spanish curriculum. This part-time position requires the teacher to teach Spanish in an environment that values project-based learning, collaboration and differentiated instruction. The Spanish curriculum encompasses:

  • Fifth grade: cultural exploration emphasizing introductory vocabulary and dialogue;
  • Sixth through eighth grades: grammar, vocabulary, oral, aural and written practice, increasingly complex language functions, cultural awareness.

This position will be 3-days per week, approximately 11 hours per week in 2024-25 (grades 5-7) expanding to 15 hours per week in 2025-26 (grades 5-8).

The teacher will also be responsible for collaborating with the kindergarten Spanish teacher and the first through fourth grade Spanish teacher to ensure continuity of curriculum and skills acquisition.

Full position description here.

To apply, complete an EdJoin online application OR submit your letter of interest and resume in PDF format to

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School is seeking a Middle School Drama/Theater Integration Specialist for the 2024-25 school year. This position will teach one elective to MS students and collaborate with subject area teachers for spring performances. Regular classes will be scheduled 3-4 hours each week with additional hours needed during performance periods. Pay is hourly and ranges from $30-40/hr, depending on experience.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume in PDF format to

St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School offers an exceptional learning environment that values academic excellence, service leadership, creativity, and spiritual foundation all within a Community of Kindness. 

The ideal candidate should enjoy working with children of all ages and have at least a year of experience in teaching. Please, send a letter of interest and your resume to

Employee Benefits

Medical Insurance

Pension Plan through TIAA-Cref – 100% immediate vested
  – 5% of annual salary contributed by the School
4% of annual salary matched by the School if employee contributes 4% (optional)

Life Insurance

Disability Insurance – short-term and long-term

PTO Days

Non-Descrimination Policy

It is the policy of the St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons and recruit, hire, train, terminate, promote, and compensate persons in all jobs without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or other protected classifications in accordance with federal law.