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A Lakeland Christian School teacher is committed to sharpening minds and shepherding hearts of their students. This role requires a commitment to academic excellence, a passion for discipleship and student life, with a focus on equipping students for a lifetime of learning, leadership, service and worship.
Lakeland Christian School is seeking a content expert in two or more areas of History within our curriculum: American, Ancient World, Modern World/European. Full-time faculty members in the High School teach 6 sections with two prep periods. Full-time faculty in the Middle School teach 5 sections and lead an advisory period (pre-prepared) with two prep periods. Class periods are 45 minutes in length. Ideal candidates would be thought leaders for the department with strong content knowledge and with the ability to teach using multiple modalities in up to 3 courses. The ability to use direct instruction with expertise while winsomely explaining concepts and themes from history in a biblical worldview is critical to the roles. Candidates with experience teaching AP and/or Dual Enrollment courses would be preferred but not required. Currently our department offers three AP courses. We also offer three Dual Enrollment courses through Cedarville University.
Also critical to this role is the ability to contribute to the overall campus life of Upper School students. Opportunities exist in athletics, chapel talks and worship, bible studies, fine arts, and advisory. For the 24-25 school year, all faculty in History will execute unit planning in the model of Understanding by Design by McTighe and Wiggins. Significant training will be offered to all faculty during in-service and pre-service.
Be a born-again believer, maintaining a testimony that is above reproach
Active in local, evangelical church
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field
Valid ACSI and Florida teaching certificate or be willing to pursue upon hire
Exhibit the gift of teaching and personality that lends to effective instruction in the classroom, and positive relations with colleagues, administrators, and students
Demonstrate a commitment to Christian education
Be in agreement with the Lakeland Christian School Statement of Faith and staff qualifications
Since its founding in 1954, Lakeland Christian School has been dedicated to providing “Education in the Light of God’s Word.”
From its humble beginning in three small classrooms to its current status as Polk County’s oldest, largest and most comprehensive non-public school, Lakeland Christian School has remained committed to God’s truth and academic excellence. This tradition of excellence permeates every facet of school life at Lakeland Christian School – in the classroom, in athletics and in the arts.