To educate hearts and minds in a dynamic, inclusive Catholic school community rooted in the Holy Cross tradition
Empowered leaders, inspired by the Gospel, transforming the world
We teach thought process, intellectual attitudes, and analytic methods that shape the way students look at the past, the present and the future. We aim for our students to understand the significance of the past; to develop historical empathy; to understand historical causation and the role of the individual and of change in history; and to realize that the world and the United States are both made up of many diverse cultures, yet in case of the world, there is a shared humanity, and in the case of the United States, a shared culture and common experience.
Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in history, political science, secondary education, or related field
Commitment to development of the whole student, including well-being and character, in alignment with the Holy Cross tradition of education
Experience teaching in a high school, with demonstrated expertise in differentiated instruction
Experience using technology to extend and enhance learning, preferably with G Suite for Education (Google Apps) in a 1:1 BYOD environment