McDonogh School is a community that finds joy in work, in play, and in the discovery and realization of personal potential. Strong, mutually respectful relationships among and between students and teachers inspire a passion for learning, a dedication to personal integrity, and a commitment to excellence. Embracing diversity of background, culture, and thought, the school builds upon its founder's original mission to provide a life-altering opportunity to develop in its students the will "to do the greatest possible amount of good."
Founded in 1873 and situated on an 820-acre campus, McDonogh is a day and boarding institution that employs 330 faculty and staff; serves 1,300 students in grades PK-12; has a substantial operating budget and endowment; and just completed a $75 million capital campaign, the largest of any independent school in Maryland. Long been recognized as one of the finest schools in the nation, McDonogh has a reputation for being highly innovative and "on the move."
McDonogh School strives to employ a faculty, administration, and staff exhibiting sound ethical standards and character traits such as moral courage and self-reliance, intellectual confidence and curiosity with a love of learning, and the ability to think critically, communicate effectively, and engage in a wide scope of educational, athletic, and artistic endeavors.
Members of the McDonogh community strive to have the highest of moral principles, and to exhibit cooperativeness, loyalty, open-mindedness, and sensitivity, as well as attention to physical, mental, and emotional health, growth, and well-being of self and others.
McDonogh School is searching for a dynamic Mathematics teacher who will ignite a love of the math in his/her students. The teacher will work with our Middle School students, grades 5 through 8.View Math Details
McDonogh School is seeking an energetic, intellectual, and caring individual to teach Upper School English.View Upper School English Teacher Details
An ideal Upper School Mathematics Teacher is dynamic, has an ability to teach multiple levels of mathematics courses from Algebra 1 through second year Calculus, and is interested in technology integration, problem based-learning, and 21st century skills. The teacher will work with students in grades 9-12. There is also a possibility that this position may take on the role of Upper School Math Department Chair. The Mathematics Department Chair leads a talented group of educators in the Mathematics Department in matters of curriculum and philosophy. Responsibilities involve faculty professional development and evaluation, student placement, collaboration with Middle and Lower School mathematics teachers to ensure alignment across all divisions, and cultivation of a vibrant and dynamic mathematics curriculum. The Math Dept. Chair acts as the liaison between the Administration and the Department and reports back to the math department about items discussed and decided in Department Chair meetings. The Math Dept. Chair is responsible for sectioning the department and communicating with the registrar to make changes, if necessary. The position of Math Department Chair also requires teaching four or five math classes and serving as an advisor to approximately 10 students.View Upper School Math Teacher- (possibility for Math Department Chair responsibilities) Details