Employment

St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's hires dedicated, positive educators who love working with children and are committed to providing a first-rate education for students. Our teachers and staff are passionate about their work and take pride in their own professional development.

Candidates for employment should have a bachelor’s degree or higher, experience in their subject, and be able to provide proof of citizenship or appropriate work documents. Contracts are contingent upon a successful background check and fingerprinting.

In compliance with federal, state, and local laws, St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, citizenship status, marital status, disability, or any other basis prohibited by law in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or any other program administered by the school.


Calendar

  • March 2017
    • TueMar28 Spring Break, school closed
    • WedMar29 Spring Break, school closed
    • ThuMar30 Spring Break, school closed
    • FriMar31 Spring Break, school closed
  • April 2017
    • SunApr02 Fifth Sunday of Lent

News

The fifth grade science exhibition challenged middle schoolers to test their understanding of the scientific method and provide sound evidence for their findings. "As scientists, we need to prove how and why we know certain facts," said science teacher Katie Behrmann.
The annual Math Bowl united two teams of talented upper division math students in a friendly competition, while the lower division paired "math buddies" for a morning full of math activities.
The basketball Hawks completed the season with an impressive 37-4 record. Patti Lesser, director of P.E. and athletics, attributed their success to excellent preparation and a desire on the part of every student-athlete to bring his or her best efforts.
The first American to summit both Mount Everest and K2 visited Gordon Chapel to offer lessons in perseverance, resilience, and teamwork. Dr. Louis Reichardt, the grandfather of one of our second graders, told the story of his team's historic climb up the east face of Everest in 1983.
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