Positions for the 2023-24 school year

Director of Admissions & Records

EAGLE’s Director of Admissions & Records helps families become familiar with the many benefits of an EAGLE School education by attracting families, leading them through a multi-faceted inquiry and application process designed to help them, and us, to determine whether EAGLE could be the right school for their child. The Director of Admissions & Records guides parents through every aspect of the process, which includes touring the building, scheduling testing, submitting the application, preparing for a student visit, and considering the overall impact of attending a school like EAGLE. 

Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • creating promotional materials and prospective parent presentation;
  • publicizing EAGLE’s mission and admissions opportunities; 
  • conducting ‘Parent/Guardian Visit Days’ for prospective families, which includes group presentations in the school auditorium;
  • conducting individual tours for prospective families;
  • overseeing a ‘Student Visit Day’ for each applicant, including administering reading and math assessments;
  • scheduling and facilitating small group visits for Kindergarten applicants;
  • reviewing completed application packets and working with the school’s director to accept qualified candidates;
  • communicating with prospective parents regarding admissions decisions;
  • planning and facilitating an orientation morning for new students;
  • communicating with EAGLE teachers and counselors to place and transition new students;
  • working closely with the school’s Finance Coordinator to understand all processes, procedures, and policies related to the awarding of financial aid;
  • updating Admissions information on school website;
  • managing students’ immunization records;
  • managing students’ cumulative academic files;
  • coordinating with area school districts around transportation reimbursement.

The successful candidate will:

  • possess excellent leadership and interpersonal skills;
  • demonstrate effective planning, time management, and organization skills;
  • be able to multi-task with accuracy and efficiency, especially during peak Admissions season;
  • possess the experience to leverage technology to improve processes and communication;
  • value an inclusive learning environment that embraces individual strengths, ideas, and experiences including twice-exceptional students;
  • appreciate the importance of supporting and nurturing gifted and talented students through accelerated pacing and purposeful programming;
  • hold a bachelor’s degree in education or related field.

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, relevant transcripts and references before September 25 to Andy Wright, andy@eagleschool.org .

All salaried teaching positions have been filled for the 2023-24 school year. We are always looking for qualified substitute teachers, however. Substitute applicants should possess at least a Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, and be willing to work on an as-needed basis. If interested, please contact Andy Wright, School Director.

EAGLE School does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, gender, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, hiring and employment practices, admission policies, financial aid and grant programs.