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Westminster seeks out gifted individuals who have a passion for God, for teaching, for children, for their subject, and for the classical Christian method. Because of the particular requirements of our model of education, every member of our faculty is involved in continuous training. To learn more about our school and our beliefs, please visit

Staff Positions

Position: Aftercare Assistant

Westminster Academy is seeking a part time aftercare assistant to work with and for the Director of Aftercare. The Aftercare Assistant hours are from 2:30 – 6 pm five days a week and the position is ready to fill immediately. Responsibilities include engaging with students, ensuring the safety, security and welfare of students in aftercare, facilitating snack time and free play, maintaining the cleanliness and organization of any equipment and space utilized by aftercare, and promptly responding to emergencies. Preferred applicants should have an interest in education, a love for children, a passion to bring Christ into the aftercare experience, and a desire to learn more about classical Christian education. Westminster Academy is committed to teaching all truth as God’s truth through the lens of Scripture from a historic Reformed theological perspective. All applicants should carefully review our website, Interested candidates should send cover letters and resumes to Mrs. Kathryn Walker at 

Position: Administrative Assistant for the Office of Admissions and Marketing

Westminster Academy, in Memphis, TN, a classical Christian school of 440 students, seeks a part-time Administrative Assistant for the Office of Admission and Marketing. This position will support all admission and marketing activities, including administrative details for applications, scheduling appointments, and maintaining student databases for Westminster Academy. Westminster Academy is committed to teaching all truth as God’s truth through the lens of Scripture from a historic Reformed theological perspective. All applicants should carefully review our website,
The admissions assistant represents the office of admissions; and fills the qualitative roles of a position demanding discretion, good judgment, and confidentiality. The assistant will serve as the first point-of-contact for the office of admission and marketing, receiving and screening all telephone calls. The assistant will field in-person and phone inquiries regarding admission to the school including: collecting personal information, disseminating admissions information, scheduling tours, answering questions related to the admissions process and routing more in-depth questions to the Director of Admission.
Additional duties will include entering inquiries into appropriate spreadsheets and databases, supporting the marketing office through maintenance of the public calendar with event creation and ticketing, supporting the school Spirit Shop through order fulfillment, coordinating with faculty, staff, and coaches to order custom t-shirts and other branded merchandise under the direction of the Director of Admission and Marketing and coordinating the preparation and mailing of the welcome packets for new students.
The Ideal Candidate Will Be:
• Highly IT literate and comfortable with a variety of programs
• Knowledgeable and enthusiastic about classical Christian education
• Personable, energetic, and able to work with parents, colleagues, and outside agencies with professionalism and cheerfulness

Desired Skills
• Excellent organizational skills
• Self-starter with effective time management
• Strong communication, interpersonal, and relationship building skills
• Flexible and willing to work non-traditional hours as needed (late nights and some weekend hours)
• Experience with software application databases
• Alumni are strongly encouraged to apply!
This is a part-time position of up to 25 hours per week, as scheduled with the Director of Admission and Marketing. Inquiries and resumes should be addressed to Kathryn Walker at 



“I love teaching at Westminster because my coworkers love the Lord…I can talk to them about what we have in common, which is trying to motivate children to love and to seek after the Lord’s face.” - Mary Hollidge, Faculty member