Agape Christi Academy is a pk-12 classical, Christian school located in the southwest suburbs of Minneapolis. Grades pk-8 are open for fall 2020 with additional grades to be added. Please read our Vision/Mission statement, Statement of Faith, Philosophy of Education, and explanation of Classical Christian education.
Agape Christi teachers are expected to also be life-long learners, prepared to work hard and in camaraderie with fellow staff members. If you can subscribe wholeheartedly to our entire statement of faith and have a passion for classical, Christian education we invite you to apply.
To express interest, please submit a letter of introduction with your resume to Headmaster Jed Culbertson at [email protected].
Fall 2020 Job Openings:
- Upper Elementary School Teacher, 2020-2021
The ideal teacher will have experience working with children and a thorough knowledge of and interest in the subjects to teach, which include arithmetic, English grammar and writing, Latin, and Bible.
- Middle School Teacher, 2020-2021
The ideal teacher will have experience working with the middle school age and a thorough knowledge of and interest in the subjects to teach, which include algebra, logic, Bible, writing, and literature.
- Physical Education Teacher, Part-Time, 2020-2021
We are looking for a driven leader to develop a holistic and Christ-honoring physical education program. Must have experience working with children, as well as possess a wide knowledge of various sports and exercise science. The ideal teacher will be able to express a vision for how to implement the stages of the trivium in physical education.
- Music Teacher, Part-Time, 2020-2021
Music is an essential part of worshiping the Triune God and right worship is an essential part of cultural transformation. Therefore, music is essential to cultural transformation.Following the teaching philosophy of Kodaly, lower school students learn how to sing and read music through solmization (do, re, me, etc.), rhythm-duration syllables (counting rhythms by chanting), and the Curwen hand signs. Upper school students focus on musical analysis, composition, and performance. Students in all grades are introduced to the great composers of music and follow the course of music throughout history. The music teacher will have: experience working with children of all ages, vocal competence, instrumental competence, rich repertoire of music including Psalms, hymns, period works, and choral music.