About Archdiocese of Philadelphia Schools
Archdiocese of Philadelphia high schools are secondary educational institutions, which provide a safe and dynamic environment, which promote the spiritual, academic, and social development of the individual within the message of the Gospels. Our schools offer a rigorous curriculum, designed to meet the individual needs of a diverse student body. We address the challenges our students will face by fostering critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication. Our vision encompasses character development through faith formation, a collaborative effort for educational excellence and committed service to others.
Education Professionals are Invited to Apply Approving Permanent Teaching Candidates for 2023-24 & hiring substitutes for 2022-23 School Year Philadelphia Schools:
Archbishop Ryan High School
Father Judge High School
Saint Hubert Catholic High School for Girls
Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls
Roman Catholic High School for Boys
SS. John Neumann/Maria Goretti High School
West Catholic Preparatory High School
- Social Studies
- World Language
- Special Education
- Assistive Technology
We look forward to receiving your application!
Please visit www.AOPcatholicschools.org/About for information about Secondary Schools, Schools of Special Education, and the Office of Catholic Education.
Candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university for teaching positions. Pennsylvania Teacher Certification is preferred.
Please submit a resume along with transcripts for review/approval of teaching competencies
All clearances and Safe Environment Training are required to be current for hiring.
These are not remote opportunities – Classroom instruction at school locations required
US Work Authorization required for Hiring
For questions concerning the application process, please contact Barbara Guiliano, HR Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org.