Are you ready to support the education and empowerment of young women?

At St. Teresa’s Academy, we embrace the mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph and the values of the Catholic faith. Here, you will work in a team-oriented environment, demonstrating your strong work ethic, dependability, and positive attitude. Your ability to proactively solve problems and communicate effectively will be valued.

STA faculty and staff work together to educate young women to think critically; encourage them through Catholic values to serve others, including the underserved and excluded; and empower them to make a profound impact in the world. We approach education from a multicultural perspective, teaching our students the value of including diverse voices within and outside of our classrooms. STA values and embraces a racially, culturally, ethnically, geographically, and economically diverse student body and community. We want our students to actively engage in the wider world, inquire about the inequities they encounter and seek opportunities to build a more just society. Each student is challenged, encouraged, and supported to achieve her highest level of knowledge through the development of their communication skills, awareness, character, determination, and desire to pursue lifelong learning.

St. Teresa’s Academy provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. Minorities are encouraged to apply.

Director of Equity, Outreach and Inclusive Education

The Academy is seeking a full-time Director of Equity, Outreach and Inclusive Education. The director will work with the President and Academic Principal to create and assist in the delivery of programming and best practices that support the school’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) goals. They will research, provide recommendations, and assist in implementing DEI programing for students, faculty and staff, and the STA community. The director will stay abreast of DEI research and innovations and ensure continued growth in diversity for the Academy.
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Physics Instructor

The Academy is seeking a full-time physics instructor to work with the Principal for Academic Affairs and Science Department colleagues. This educator will support and integrate the values of St. Teresa’s Academy and the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet into the daily work and curriculum, igniting a passion for science, rigor and excellence.
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Director of Development

The Academy is seeking a full-time Director of Development to plan, execute, oversee and evaluate STA’s development programs. The director is the principal advocate for philanthropic support from the Academy’s constituencies in the form of major and planned gifts, annual giving, endowment support, other forms of giving and volunteer engagement. Constituencies include alumnae, current and past parents and families, Catholic benefactors and community supporters, and other funding organizations locally and nationwide.
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Part-Time Custodian

The custodian assists in maintaining a clean, safe environment for the students, faculty and staff of St. Teresa’s’ Academy. This position reports to the Operations Manager and the Director of Campus Operations. Position is part-time/20 hours, Monday-Friday.
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Substitute Teacher

St. Teresa’s Academy is seeking Substitute Teachers to be available on an as needed basis. Applicants must have any standard teaching license, substitute license, or emergency substitute license (emergency substitutes only need 60 college credits for license).
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Lisa Dibble, MFA
Department Co-Chair / Art Teacher

“I’m struck by the fact that after almost 20 years at St. Teresa’s Academy, my job still feels new. It’s the ever-changing flow of students that makes it always feel fresh. Watching my students grow and blossom in the STA environment makes teaching here so very rewarding


Maria Laura Lopez Gonzales, MA
Department Chair / Spanish Teacher

“I’ve been teaching at St. Teresa’s Academy since 2016. Since then I have grown professionally as well as spiritually. The students are fantastic and the support from faculty is top notch. The spirit of serving others established by the Sisters of St. Joseph is fulfilled every day. I am proud to be part of the STA family!”



Brianna Walker, MS
Director of Equity, Outreach & Inclusive Education / Admissions Assistant

“My time at St. Teresa’s Academy has been filled with education and support on so many levels. What St. Teresa’s has is truly special—there is always a smiling face and a helping hand. From the leadership, to teaching staff, to the students, the mission of this school permeates. I couldn’t have chosen a better place to serve.”


Craig Whitney, MA
History Teacher

“St. Teresa’s Academy feels like my second home. I am so grateful for the opportunity to work with such a considerate and talented group of faculty, staff and administrators. Additionally, the parents and students are second to none. All make me proud to say I work at STA.”