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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 wamemphis.com/about.

Grammar School Positions


Position: Grammar School Art Teacher

Westminster Academy is a classical Christian school located in Memphis, Tennessee, with an enrollment of over 400 students in grades JK-12.  We are seeking a part-time grammar school art teacher. Applicants should hold at least a relevant bachelor’s degree and have teaching ability and experience, a love for children, a strong desire to bring Christ and truth, goodness, and beauty into the classroom, and a passion for classical Christian education. Priority will be given to applicants who understand and can implement the hallmarks of classical Christian education:  Individualized teaching, demonstrating a love and wonder for God’s creation,  integrating subjects, and teaching from a biblical worldview by integrating faith and learning.  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, www.wamemphis.com. Interested candidates should send cover letters and resumes to Mrs. Kathryn Walker at kwalker@wamemphis.com. 

Position: First Grade Teacher's Aide

Westminster Academy is a classical Christian school located in Memphis, Tennessee, with an enrollment of over 400 students in grades JK-12.  We are seeking a full-time 1st grade aide to work with and for the 1st grade teacher. Applicants should have some teaching ability and experience, a love for children, a passion to bring Christ into the classroom, 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, www.wamemphis.com. Interested candidates should send cover letters and resumes to Mrs. Kathryn Walker at kwalker@wamemphis.com. 

Position: Third Grade Teacher's Aide

Westminster Academy is a classical Christian school located in Memphis, Tennessee, with an enrollment of over 400 students in grades JK-12.  We are seeking a full-time 3rd grade aide to work with and for both 3rd grade teachers. Applicants should have some teaching ability and experience, a love for children, a passion to bring Christ into the classroom, 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, www.wamemphis.com. Interested candidates should send cover letters and resumes to Mrs. Kathryn Walker at kwalker@wamemphis.com. 

Upper School Positions

 
Position: Upper School Math Teacher

Westminster Academy, a JK-12th grade classical, Christian school in Memphis, TN, with over 400 students, seeks a qualified full-time Upper School Math teacher, to teach Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, Pre-Calc, and/or Calculus. Preference will be given to candidates with degree in mathematics or engineering, teaching experience, and a desire to learn and grow in their understanding of classical Christian education. Westminster Academy is committed to teaching all truth as God’s truth through the lens of Scripture and a Christian worldview. Applicants should be able to demonstrate an understanding of and adherence to the same. The applicant must also possess a love of students and a passion for mentoring and discipleship. If interested, please contact Kathryn Walker, by e-mail: kwalker@wamemphis.com.

“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