There is no school like Aug Prep! In just its fifth year of operations, Aug Prep has been voted a “Best Place to Work” by its employees THREE times (in two of those years, there weren’t any other schools on the list!). What makes us so special?
- Authentic Christian faith integration that puts kids first in all that we do
- Exceptional academics, as highlighted in our five-star report card from DPI
- High expectations for students and staff
- Outstanding resources and facilities, including 1:1 technology, a massive sports complex and two swimming pools
- A focus on the whole child – mind, body and soul – through the arts, athletics and more
Aug Prep currently enrolls over 1,400 students, and graduated our first class of seniors in spring 2021 (they earned over $7 million of college scholarships!). Learn more about Aug Prep through our annual report.
The ideal candidate radiates a love for Jesus, a growth mindset, and is driven to serve students from every walk of life.
The Middle School program at St. Augustine Preparatory Academy offers students a challenging and diverse academic program that continues to build on the foundations of Elementary School while adding additional depth of content, program offerings, and independence needed to continue the process of learning in preparation for High School.
Our flexible classroom model is based on the latest educational approaches to build collaboration, community, and personalization for the academic program. Within this structure, we use data to drive our instruction and Middle School students learn how to be independent learners which will support them in high school and beyond Course offerings consist of English, mathematics, science, social studies, and Language arts. Additional classes in art, music, STEM, physical education, and music are also available for students daily.
Reporting structure: Middle School Math Teachers will report to the Middle School Principal
Job Responsibilities and Roles
- Hold the primary responsibility for the social, emotional, and academic development of their students while acknowledging their individual needs and development.
- Ensure that all students receive a high-quality educational experience resulting in high student achievement.
- Serve as the cultural and spiritual model for their students, always interacting respectfully and striving to demonstrate God’s love to their students and families.
- Develop curriculum and instructional strategies to provide individualized and small group instruction by adapting the 6-8 approved curriculum to the needs of each pupil.
- Use academic data to modify both whole and small-group instruction in order to best meet the needs of their students.
- Evaluate pupils’ academic and social growth, keeping appropriate records in a timely fashion in order to prepare progress reports.
- Identify pupil needs and make appropriate referrals; develop strategies for individual education plans as needed.
- Integrate technology and student learning styles into instruction.
- Work in a supportive and collaborative manner with colleagues, supervisors, students, parents/guardians, and community members.
- Maintain and improve professional skills by participating in building and department meetings, professional development (collaborative planning time teams, etc.), coaching, formal coursework, workshops, and seminars/inservices in an effort to stay current with best teaching practices.
- Maintain positive and productive relationships, focused on collective problem-solving processes, in order to create, support, and sustain an environment conducive to optimal learning.