South Baldwin Christian Academy (SBCA) is a community-based Christian school that serves grades Pre-K3 – 12. Our mission is to provide a Christian education with academic excellence in a safe, caring environment that allows students to achieve their full potential and discover God’s plan for their lives.
SBCA has a total enrollment of more than 170 students and employs 26 qualified and experienced staff members.
Our campus uses approximately 4.5 acres of a 9-acre parcel providing room to grow. The campus contains an administrative building, four classroom buildings, and a new gymnatorium located directly on Hwy. 59 between Foley and Gulf Shores.
SBCA is accredited with Cognia (formerly AdvancED), the National Council of Private School Accreditation (NCPSA), and Association of Christian Teachers and Schools (ACTS).
South Baldwin Christian Academy (SBCA) is currently seeking candidates for elementary and secondary teachers for the 2020-2021 school year. These positions are responsible for helping students achieve academic success and supporting the mission, vision and values of SBCA.
SBCA is unique in that it is multi-denominational and not associated with a single church. Instead, SBCA is a community-based Christian academy that serves our local community by collaborating with churches, community members, and parents to graduate students who are both academically and spiritually prepared to succeed and become confident, self-directed, lifelong learners.
We will begin interviewing candidates in spring 2020. Candidates who meet the qualifications should send their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A bachelor’s degree in science or it's equivalent
- 2+ years of teaching experience preferred
- Employ a variety of teaching methods to engage different learning styles and ability levels in the classroom
- Prepare motivating and stimulating lessons that reflect knowledge of the curriculum and student abilities
- Update curriculum and materials as needed
- Seek to actively know students' strengths and weaknesses and respond promptly with care to parent concerns
- Communicate effectively with parents, colleagues and administrators
- Maintain an accurate and organized system for monitoring student grades and records
- Prepares well-though-out and thorough parent-teacher conference reports and written documentation on student progress
- Demonstrates strong classroom management skills
- Maintains substitute plans and engages substitutes in advance when needed and when possible
- Demonstrates a willingness to learn, grow and improve as a teacher
- Continues to update knowledge of content area(s) taught
- Engages in goal setting and review process with assigned administrator
- Attends and participates appropriately in full, divisional, and department/team faculty meetings
- Attends and supports school events as requested
- Supports leadership and colleagues
- Maintains a positive attitude and approach
- Represents the school in the larger community in a positive manner
- Assists with projects and school-wide initiatives
- Performs other duties as assigned