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Lighthouse Academies High School AP Seminar Teacher for 21-22 in Gary, Indiana

High School AP Seminar Teacher for 21-22

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Job Description

Are you an educator seeking a position that provides cutting-edge educational experiences to change kids' lives? If so,Gary Lighthouse College Preparatory Academy is the right place for you! We are currently seeking innovative, energetic and committedHigh School AP Seminar Teacher to join us. This will be anIN PERSONposition.

Please submit your application or send your resume directly to Christine Ginty at for consideration.

  • Lighthouse College Preparatory Academy is an established 9th-12th grade school striving to make positive changes in public education in Northwest Indiana.

  • We are currently collecting resumes for teaching candidates interested in high school opportunities.

  • All licensed teaching candidates interested in a school focused on rigorous academics, restorative practice and innovative lessons will be highly considered.

Will you be the next strong addition to our 2021-2022 team of change-agents in the classroom? Find out by applying now!

Skills & Requirements

EDUCATION:Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Education


  • Two (2) years prior teaching experience preferred

  • Current or progress towards IN state teaching certificate/licensure required

  • Highly Qualified status underNo Child Left Behind

  • Strong desire to work within an innovative, urban educational program

  • Proven track record of raising student achievement scores in an urban environment

  • Ability to use data to inform instruction and decision-making related to student achievement

  • Ability to turn best practices into high quality, goal-driven results

  • Highly effective writing, oral and interpersonal skills to communicate with a varied audience

  • Data management tools, organizational tools, computer skills (Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook)