Working at Grace

Grace is an intentionally small school where teachers are leaders who shape our culture and program with their vision and contributions. We believe in collaboration and strive to support each other in our work so that all of our students can excel and reach their full potential. This last year of planning and working together through the pandemic has revealed our strengths even further. We created teaching pairs in every grade level so that students had more support and attention, which allowed each team of teachers to grow and learn from each other during a challenging time. 

We are looking for educators who want to become a part of our inclusive community and help us to accomplish our goals of building a school that offers a deep sense of belonging, cultivates curiosity and joy in students, and nurtures strong relationships that help individuals to shine.

Open Positions

Preschool Teacher

Grace has an opening for an Early Childhood Teaching Position in Preschool starting in the 2024-2025 school year. A full job description can be found here.

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to Jennifer Danish, Head of School,


Aftercare Teacher

Grace has an opening for an aftercare teacher starting in September 2024. You’ll be a part of a diverse, dynamic staff leading fun activities for children ages 2-11 every afternoon from 3-6 pm. 

Experience working with young people is required, and a background in Early Childhood and/or Elementary Education is a plus. Interested candidates should send an email inquiry and resume to Kate Kelliher Assistant Head of School for Academics, at


Substitute Teacher

Do you have a passion for working with early childhood or elementary school children? Grace is looking for substitute teachers for the 2023-24 school year and beyond! Please send a resume, cover letter, and three professional references to Kate Kelliher, Assistant Head of School for Academics, at

Grace Episcopal Day School is an equal opportunity employer. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, disability, or sexual orientation in the administration of its education programs, admission policies, employment practices, financial aid programs, or any other school programs or activities.