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Current Job Openings for 2024-2025

Middle School Principal 

Responsible to: Head of School 

Required Qualifications

  • Master of Educational Leadership 
  • Bachelor's Degree or Master’s Degree in elementary or secondary education 
  • At least 5 years successful teaching experience 
  • At least 2 years of successful school leadership experience 
  • A committed relationship to Jesus Christ 
  • Comparable leadership or educational experience may also be considered 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Willing to obtain an ACSI Administrator Certification 
  • Working knowledge of PBIS and Restorative Practices 
  • Working knowledge of Love and Logic 
  • Previous experience living overseas 
  • Previous experience working in an international school 

Key Responsibility Areas

  • Lead the Middle School Program to ensure we are achieving our mission to excel academically and live out a biblical worldview. 
  • Lead the Middle School Team - team culture, team building, alignment to vision, mission and values.
  • Lead Middle School Staff - evaluate teachers and staff based on expected student outcomes, ensure they have the proper tools they need and point them to the right people and resources.
  • Lead Middle School Students - ensure the right environment exists for students to achieve our ESOs - academically, spiritually and behaviorally. Ensure students are ready to move from middle school to high school. 
  • Lead Middle School Parents and equip them as key partners in the vision, mission and values of KICS.

Role Specific Responsibilities

  • Oversee the daily operation of the middle school (Grades 6-8) including students, teachers, counselor, and learning support 
  • Oversee all middle school programs and activities, ensuring they are successful and running in alignment with KICS Vision, Mission, Values and leading towards our ESO’s. 
  • Oversee the master schedule and assign middle school staff (core teachers, electives, paras) to classes, ensuring alignment to the KICS Academic Plan, collaborating with the high school principal and Teaching and Learning Coordinator. Ensure schedules, offerings and staff are aligned with the KICS mission. 
  • Oversee middle school student discipline and ensure parent communication, collaborating with appropriate teachers and Head of School as needed.
  • Oversee academic progress for all middle school students and classes, including Academic Contracts, students with differing needs, collaborating with teachers and the Learning Support Team.
  • Oversee the budgeting and ordering process for the middle school, collaborating with Director of Finance and Teaching and Learning Coordinator 
  • Oversee the editing of appropriate sections in the Parent/Student Handbook and Staff Handbook, collaborating with the leadership team. 
  • Oversee the collaboration and leadership structure of middle school, inclusive of team meetings, grade band meetings and department meetings. 
  • Oversee 8th grade defense in collaboration with middle school team lead.. 
  • Oversee grade 8 transition activities, collaborating with the grade 8 teachers. 
  • Oversee all middle school assemblies and awards. 
  • Oversee our overall Mission/chapel time. 
  • Supervise and evaluate each middle school staff at least twice per year. 
  • Supervise the middle school athletic program and activities (overseen by Athletic Coordinator)
  •  Supervise the report card process (overseen by Registrar) 
  • Develop and equip staff and key student leaders for greater responsibilities. 
  • Develop staff by ensuring each middle school staff has an individual professional development plan with specific goals for the year. 
  • Participate actively in any and all Accreditation processes – ACSI, MSA, CESA, etc.
  • Participate in the KICS Strategic Plan, overseeing certain tasks within each of the goals and collaborating on many. 
  • Participate in the middle school recruitment and interview process and recommend qualified candidates to the Head of School. 
  • Participate on the Leadership Team and the Child Safety and Crisis Management Committee.
  • Participate in the curriculum review cycle (led by Teaching and Learning Coordinator.).
  • Participate in Professional Development Plan (led by Teaching and Learning Coordinator.).
  • Participate in data collection and ensure the middle school environment is ready for various data collection, analysis and growing in data informed learning 
  • Support school-wide activities 
  • Communicate with all middle school stakeholders regularly and appropriately through newsletters, interviews, parent partnership seminars and meetings 
  • Communicate any areas of concern immediately to the Head of School. 
  • Connect staff with the right people and the right resources to help them towards their growth areas.
  • Collaborate closely with High School Principal in terms of shared space and staff
  • Other duties as assigned or needed. 

Professional Characteristics: 

  • Teaches/leads from a Christ-centered worldview 
  • Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings 
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills 
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress 
  • Articulates high expectations with students, parents, and colleagues and supports all to meet expectations 
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous school and staff culture
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual 
  • Utilizes technology to enhance teacher planning, lesson implementation, and student learning
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping staff and students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self-discipline 
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students

Primary Teacher (grade and position based on enrollment)

Reports to: Primary Principal

Required Qualifications: 

  • Passion for serving God in the context of education 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education 
  • At least one year of primary teaching experience 
  • Holds ACSI certification or is able to 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Valid Teacher Certificate with appropriate endorsement(s) 
  • Two or more years of successful teaching experience 
  • Prior experience in an international school 
  • Master’s Degree in Education or related field 
  • Understanding of Common Core Standards 
  • Experience with English Language Learners and students with special needs
  • Experience with Science of Reading 

Role Specific Responsibilities: 

  • Teaches core subjects of Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Bible
  • Collaborates with teachers and leadership around student progress 
  • Focuses on language arts strategies for developing readers 
  • Utilizes methods of progress monitoring and running records (e.g NWEA MAP, benchmark assessments) 
  • Manage classroom and student behavior using Love and Logic, PBIS, and Restorative Practices and Justice 
  • Identifies and seeks support for students who are struggling 
  • Supervises students on assigned days for lunch, drop off, and pick up
  • Participates and adds values to all professional development and meetings
  • Communicates regularly with parents 
  • Other duties as assigned 

Professional Characteristics:

  • Teaches/leads from a Christ-centered worldview 
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings 
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills 
  • Uses data to adapt curriculum and refine instruction 
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress
  • Articulates high expectations with students, parents, and colleagues 
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous classroom culture 
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual 
  • Utilizes technology to enhance student learning and partner with parents 
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self-discipline 
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner
  • Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students

Middle School English Language Arts 

Reports to: Secondary Principal 

Required Qualifications: 

  • Passion for serving God in the context of education 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education with English emphasis
  • ACSI certification or ability to obtain 
  • Experience teaching US curriculum at the secondary level 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Two or more years of successful teaching experience 
  • Prior experience in an international school 
  • Master’s Degree in Education or English 
  • USA teaching credentials and license 
  • Understanding of Common Core Standards 
  • Experience with English Language Learners and students with special needs 

Role Specific Responsibilities: 

  • Teaches assigned ELA courses for grades 6-8 
  • Collaborates with department, middle school team, and administration around student progress 
  • Completes and implements effective lessons and teaching strategies
  • Follows grading policies 
  • Uses data from NWEA MAP and benchmark assessments to guide instruction and support students 
  • Follows the curriculum map and standards for each course and grade level
  • Prepares students for high school level language arts 
  • Follows discipline system and uses PBIS, Love & Logic, and Restorative Practices
  • Other duties and courses as assigned 

Professional Characteristics: 

  • Teaches/leads from a Christ-centered worldview 
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings 
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills 
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress
  • Articulates high expectations with students, parents, and colleagues and provides support so expectations can be met 
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous classroom culture
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual 
  • Utilizes technology to enhance student learning and partner with parents 
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self-discipline 
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner
  • Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students

Learning Support Coordinator 

Reports to: Secondary Principal 

Required Qualifications

  • Passion for serving God in the context of education 
  • Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree or equivalent degree in Special Education 
  • At least 2 years of teaching experience in Special Education 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Two or more years of successful teaching experience 
  • Prior leadership experience 
  • Prior experience in an international school 
  • Understanding of Common Core Standards 
  • Experience with English Language Learners 
  • Experience working with students with special needs 
  • Diagnostician credentials or other testing credentials 

Role Specific Responsibilities

  • Oversee the learning support department and staff 
  • Assess students’ skills to determine their needs and to develop intervention plans or IEP
  •  Adapt lessons to meet the needs of students 
  • Plan, organize, and assign activities that are specific to each student’s ability
  •  Teach and mentor students in small groups and one-on-one 
  • Implement IEPs, assess students’ performance, and track their progress 
  • Update IEPs on an annual basis to reflect students’ progress and goals 
  • Discuss student’s progress with parents, teachers, and administrators 
  • Lead, supervise, evaluate and mentor the learning support team in their given roles (para- professionals, LS teachers, ELL teachers) 
  • Prepare and help students transition from grade to grade and after graduation
  • Lead the Students With Intervention Team (RTI) and process 
  • Collaborate on training for teachers in professional development settings
  • Coordinate with subcontractors for outside testing purposes 
  • Assess students with special needs during the admission process and provide feedback to the admission committee. 
  • Conduct teacher observations and evaluations annually for direct reports
  • Update and support Learning Support Policy 
  • Other duties as assigned 

Professional Characteristics

  • Teaches/leads from a Christ-centered worldview 
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings 
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills 
  • Uses data to adapt curriculum and refine instruction 
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress 
  • Articulates high expectations with students, parents, and colleagues and supports each of them 
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous classroom/student culture 
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual 
  • Utilizes technology to enhance student learning and partner with parents 
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self - discipline 
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner
  • Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students.

Secondary Band Music Teacher

Reports to: Secondary Principal 

Required Qualifications

  • Passion for serving God in the context of education 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education, Bachelor’s of Fine Arts, Instrumental Music or equivalent 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Two or more years of successful teaching or classroom experience 
  • Master’s Degree in Music Education, Performing Arts, Instrumental Music or equivalent
  • Prior experience in an international school 
  • Experience with diverse student groups 
  • Valid US, Canadian, Australian, or UK teaching certification 

Role Specific Responsibilities: 

  • Teaches skills and instrumental music (band, orchestra, instrumental ensemble) and music appreciation, harmony, and explorations in music to secondary students. 
  • Plans a balanced music program and organizes class time so that preparation, rehearsal, and instruction can be accomplished within the allocated time. 
  • Utilizes repertoire of all types of music literature, including traditional and contemporary, that are appropriate for the ages and skill levels of students. 
  • Creates and implements effective lesson plans for assigned classes. 
  • Encourages students to develop individual musical skills to the greatest extent possible. 
  • Cooperates with school leadership in providing musical programs for school related activities and community functions. Prepares at least two public concerts per school year.
  • Incorporates technology when appropriate and effective to enhance learning.
  • Assesses the progress of students on a regular basis and provides frequent feedback to students.        
  • Recognizes potential learning disabilities of students and seeks the assistance of the Student With Interventions team. 
  • Teach other foundation or elective classes (i.e. guitar, Music in technology, bible, healthas needed) 
  • Provides detailed plans for substitute teachers including lessons, schedules and expectations regarding classroom organization, procedures, and individual student needs. 
  • Leads one extracurricular activity per year. 
  • Lead a secondary mission group and advisory. 
  • Makes minor instrument repairs. 
  • In collaboration with school leadership, manages budget and submits orders for band program 
  • Other duties as assigned

Professional Characteristics

  • Teaches from a Christ-centered worldview 
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings 
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills 
  • Uses data to adapt curriculum and refine instruction 
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress 
  • Articulates high expectations with students and parents 
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous classroom culture
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual 
  • Utilizes technology to enhance student learning and partner with parents 
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self discipline 
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner
  •  Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students

Secondary English Language Arts 

Reports to: Secondary Principal 

Required Qualifications: 

  • Passion for serving God in the context of education 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education with English emphasis
  • ACSI certification or ability to obtain 
  • Experience teaching US curriculum at the secondary level 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Two or more years of successful teaching experience 
  • AP certification or ability to obtain AP certification 
  • Prior experience in an international school 
  • Master’s Degree in Education or English 
  • Understanding of Common Core Standards and Advanced Placement
  • Experience with English Language Learners 
  • USA state teacher certification 

Role Specific Responsibilities: 

  • Teaches assigned ELA courses 
  • Collaborates with department, high school team, and administration around student progress 
  • Prepares students for AP exams 
  • Completes and implements effective lessons and teaching strategies
  • Follows grading policies 
  • Uses data from NWEA MAP and benchmark assessments to guide instruction and support students 
  • Follows the curriculum map and standards for each course and grade level
  • Prepares students for university level English in reading and writing
  • Follows discipline system and uses PBIS, Love & Logic, and Restorative Practices
  • Other duties and courses as assigned 

Professional Characteristics: 

  • Teaches/leads from a Christ-centered worldview 
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings 
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress
  • Articulates high expectations with students, parents, and colleagues and provides support so expectations can be met 
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous classroom culture
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual
  •  Utilizes technology to enhance student learning and partner with parents
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self-discipline 
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner
  •  Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students

Teaching and Learning Coordinator 

Responsible To: Head of School 

Required Qualifications

  • Passion for serving God in the context of education 
  • Bachelor's Degree in Education (primary or secondary) 
  • Master’s Degree in Curriculum and Instruction 
  • At least five years of successful teaching experience 
  • Holds ACSI certification or has capability 
  • Deep understanding of Common Core State Standards K-12 and AP 

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Valid US Teacher and/or administrative certificate 
  • Prior experience in an international school 
  • Master’s Degree in Education Leadership 
  • Experience with English Language Learners and students with special needs
  • Experience leading professional development for staff and teachers 
  • Experience leading a team 

Role Specific Responsibilities: 

  • Stay up to date on research regarding teaching methodologies, teaching strategies, and curriculum development 
  • Oversee curriculum development from pre-k through grade 12 
  • Supervise the curriculum review process on a 5-6 year cycle 
  • Work with our primary and secondary teams to ensure vertical and horizontal alignment are taking place across all subject areas 
  • Ensure that staff and students have all needed resources 
  • Supervise the development and maintenance of curriculum maps 
  • Assist principals in developing strategies to ensure the fidelity of the written curriculum
  • Administer the acquisition and distribution of textbooks, software, and other resources which support the curriculum 
  • Interpret and review curriculum development procedures
  • Serve as the curriculum advisor to the Board of Trustees 
  • Oversee the professional development efforts in order to fully equip staff
  • Coordinate school-wide training and in-service for full days and half days
  • Oversee the coaching/training of instructional staff and ensure they are equipped for success 
  • Oversee school wide data analysis and make recommendations for school improvement
  • Utilize data to inform school wide decision-making processes 
  • Oversee various testing from Pre-K to G12 and collaborate with the registrar for implementation 
  • Oversee the completion of annual accreditation reports and school-wide appraisal system. 
  • Coordinate school accreditation visits and follow-up 
  • Collaborate with the IT coordinator in setting technology priorities and implementing technology initiatives 
  • Assist staff with ACSI certification 
  • Collaborates with stakeholders to create, revise, and implement Strategic Plan
  • Plan for growth in enrollment in terms of curriculum resources and staffing needs
  • Ensure KICS is fully staffed to support student learning at all levels 
  • Build and manage the teaching and learning budget in collaboration with principals and the Director of Finance 
  • Other duties as assigned 

Professional Characteristics

  • Teaches/leads from a Christ-centered worldview 
  • Seek, by personal example, to inspire students and staff in Christian faith and living.
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings 
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills 
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress 
  • Articulates high expectations with students, parents, and colleagues and supports all to meet expectations 
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous school and staff culture
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual 
  • Utilizes technology to enhance teacher planning, lesson implementation, and student learning 
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping staff and students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self-discipline 
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner
  •  Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students

Secondary French Teacher (full-time)

Reports to: Secondary Principal

Required Qualifications:

  • Passion for serving God in the context of world languages and education.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education and French 
  • Valid Teacher Certificate with appropriate endorsement(s)
  • Must be able to meet necessary requirements for ACSI certification 
  • Two or more years experience in teaching French
  • Strong technology skills
  • Proven proficiency in oral and written French
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Willing to be trained in AP French

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Prior experience in an international school
  • Experience in American school system
  • Trained in AP French
  • Prior experience teaching AP French
  • Experience with differentiation of learning

 

Professional Characteristics:

  • Teaches/leads from a Christ-centered worldview
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills
  • Uses data to adapt curriculum and refine instruction
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress
  • Articulates high expectations with students, parents, and colleagues
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous classroom culture
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual
  • Utilizes technology to enhance student learning and partner with parents
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self-discipline
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner
  • Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students

Role Specific Responsibilities/Qualifications:

  • Teaches French courses for secondary students (grades 8-12)
  • Collaborates with secondary teams, works in partnership with the world language department around student progress and other duties as assigned 
  • Using both in-class activities and online resources and platforms to create a blended learning environment
  • Prepares students for AP exams
  • Completes and implements effective lessons and teaching strategies
  • Follows grading policies
  • Organizing conversational classes and fun events where students can engage with French culture
  • Follows the curriculum map and standards for each course and grade level
  • Follows discipline system and uses PBIS, Love & Logic, and Restorative Practices
  • Other duties and courses as assigned






Secondary Humanities Teacher 

Reports to: Secondary Principal

Required Qualifications:

  • Passion for serving God in the context of education
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education and Social Studies
  • Valid or can obtain ACSI teacher certification

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Two or more years of successful teaching experience
  • Prior experience in an international school
  • Master’s Degree
  • Valid US State Teaching license or equivalent
  • Understanding of Common Core Standards
  • Experience with English Language Learners and diverse community
  • Trained in AP Comparative Government

Role Specific Responsibilities:

  • Teach the following courses (subject to adjustment due to enrollment or other staffing): 

HS Economics, HS Psychology, 8th Grade Social Studies, Bible class, AP Comparative Government

  • Collaborates with departments, middle and high school teams, and leadership around student progress
  • Manage classroom and student behavior using Love and Logic, PBIS, and Restorative Practices and Justice
  • Identifies and seeks support for students who are struggling
  • Supervises students on assigned days for lunch, drop off, and pick up
  • Participates and adds values to all professional development and meetings
  • Communicates regularly with parents 
  • Other duties as assigned

Professional Characteristics:

  • Teaches/leads from a Christ-centered worldview
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills
  • Uses data to adapt curriculum and refine instruction 
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress
  • Articulates high expectations with students, parents, and colleagues
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous classroom culture
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual
  • Utilizes technology to enhance student learning and partner with parents
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self-discipline
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner
  • Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students

 Literacy Specialist Teacher 

Reports to:

LS Coordinator or Principal 

Required Qualifications

  • Passion for serving God in the context of education 
  • Bachelor’s Degree in primary/elementary education 
  • Master’s Degree in Reading 
  • At least 5 years successful teaching experience in reading foundations 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Prior experience in an international school 
  • Understanding of Common Core Standards 
  • Valid teacher certification with Reading endorsement 

Role Specific Responsibilities

  • Serve on the learning support team 
  • Assess students’ skills to determine their needs and to develop intervention plans
  • Adapt lessons to meet the needs of students 
  • Plan, organize, and assign activities that are specific to each student’s needs
  • Teach and mentor students in small groups and one-on-one 
  • Implement intervention plans, assess students’ performance, and track their progress
  • Discuss student’s progress with parents, teachers, and administrators 
  • Participate in the Student With Intervention team 
  • Prepare and help students transition from grade to grade 
  • Collaborate with teachers to support students with intervention plans 
  • Collaborate with LS Coordinator and principals on training for teachers in professional development settings 
  • Assess students with special needs during the admission process and provide feedback to the admission committee when needed 
  • Support and participate with guided reading groups when needed 
  • Support and participate in curriculum review where appropriate 
  • Teach other courses as needed 
  • If needed, lead a secondary mission group. 
  • Other duties as assigned

 

Professional Characteristics

  • Teaches from a Christ-centered worldview 
  • Effectively collaborates in team settings 
  • Demonstrates superb communication skills 
  • Uses data to adapt curriculum and refine instruction 
  • Operates from a growth mindset, able to reflect, learn, and progress 
  • Articulates high expectations with students and parents 
  • Shows a love of learning that translates into a positive, rigorous learning culture
  • Embraces diversity and values the contributions of each individual 
  • Utilizes technology to enhance student learning and partner with parents
  • Exhibits a passion for equipping students to think critically, solve problems, and exercise self discipline 
  • Interacts with people in a culturally intelligent manner 
  • Lives out faith in a way that facilitates discipleship, mentoring, and relationship building with students.

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Why Choose KICS?

  • Biblical integration in every subject
  • Weekly chapel & discipleship with students
  • Daily staff prayer
  • Staff worship and devotions
  • Over 20 nations represented by our students
  • Over 10 nations represented by our staff
  • Students from various religious backgrounds

Vision: To impact the world for Christ by preparing servant-leaders who choose character before career, wisdom beyond scholarship, service above self, and a
lifestyle of participation over apathy

Mission: The mission at KICS is to provide a Christ-centered, U.S. accredited primary and secondary education that challenges students to excel academically and live out
a biblical worldview.

Values: Servant leadership, Christ-centered, global family, customization, and life-long learners.

  • Curriculum based on American standards
  • Many AP course offerings
  • Music, art, PE, world languages, band, choir, and more
  • Bible, health, global leadership, personal finance, and college prep courses
  • Small class sizes
  • NWEA MAP data driven interventions
  • Medical insurance
  • Housing stipend
  • Child stipend
  • Free tuition for staff children
  • Regionally competitive salary
  • Paid time off
  • ACSI Certification combined with master's degree stipend
  • Annual home flight stipend with Professional Development 
  • 1:1 student devices K-12
  • School provided laptops for staff
  • Projectors in every classroom
  • Google Workspace
  • Professional Development offered in utilization of tech
  • Extracurricular sponsors & coaches:
    MUN, debate, soccer, basketball,
    musical theater...
  • Staff gatherings
  • Parent Teacher Organization
  • Life-long friendships
  • Local churches
  • Local ministries
  • All staff orientation prior to school year
  • Annual individual PD stipend of $650
  • All staff, team, and small group PD throughout the year.
  • Teacher led PD
  • Rwanda is 6th safest country in the world for solo travelers
  • Sunshine all year long
  • Land of a thousand hills
  • Beautiful people and places to visit