How is SA handling the Coronavirus crisis?

The team at Success Academy is facing the Coronavirus crisis with a robust response to protect our families and staff — and to ensure that scholars continue to learn at a high level. Our entire enterprise has gone remote and we launched online learning for all 18,000 of our scholars on March 19.

Hiring for our schools has not slowed down. Our new teacher training for the 2020-21 school year commences in July and our Talent Acquisition team is actively filling teaching roles and other positions now. We encourage you to submit an application and someone will reach out to you right away!

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Success Academy Has Gone Remote

Thanks to the ingenuity, talent, and can-do attitude of our educators, the transition has been as smooth as is possible in these challenging circumstances. Teachers and scholars are working with weekly and daily educational plans provided by our Academics team and scholars are engaged and learning. We are committed to delivering an outstanding remote learning experience for our kids and our teachers are embracing the challenge with courage, resourcefulness, and a sense of mission.


We are still hiring!

Our Talent Acquisition team is actively hiring now to fill teaching and other school roles for the 2020-21 school year and New Teacher Training will start in July. It is a great time to submit an application!

Why teach?

Big social impact. 
Millions of American children are locked out of economic opportunity because of unequal access to quality public schools. When you bring your passion and talent to the classroom,
you have an indelible positive impact on the students you teach, opening up opportunities and experiences that can change their lives.

Built-in community.
Teaching is the best profession to ease into your post-college life. Not only does it offer a competitive salary, great benefits, and plenty of days off, but you have a built-in community where you forge close bonds with talented, diverse, and mission-driven peers.

Transferable skills.
Teaching rapidly builds vital skills that are relevant in almost any field, including public speaking, project and time management, data analysis, leadership, and interpersonal skills.

Why teach at a public charter school?

Equitable opportunity. 
Charter schools are unzoned public schools that by law must admit anyone who applies by blind lottery. Charters provide educational opportunity to historically underserved families that have been unable to access great schools due to high tuition or real estate costs in high-performing school districts.

Entrepreneurial culture.
Charter schools are funded and regulated by the state but are run (in most states) by non-profit organizations. In exchange for strict accountability for academic outcomes, parent satisfaction, and fiscal responsibility, they are freed from layers of top-down regulation that too often hamstring district schools. The result is an entrepreneurial environment where educators have the flexibility to innovate and evolve to better serve children and families.

Alternative route to teaching. 
Education degrees are not required to start teaching in most charter schools. Top-performing charter school networks offer individuals of all backgrounds preparation and training grounded in research-based best practices rather than credits and credentialing.

Why teach at Success Academy?

Proving what’s possible.
Educators at Success Academy work in a dynamic, innovative culture to help kids fulfill their highest potential. Through their commitment, their love, and their drive for excellence, our teachers are empowering kids to lead the nation in academic achievement.

Immersive training.
Success Academy provides unprecedented support to its teachers, making a background in education unnecessary. New teachers receive 20 weeks of training each year, starting with an immersive summer experience, and receive daily coaching, feedback, and guidance from a team of leaders and mentors. For educators who have completed one year of teaching, SA offers the opportunity to pursue a free master’s degree in education.

Whole-child model.
SA teachers have the pleasure of educating the whole child: Leading kids on frequent field trips, watching their talents and passions bloom in daily science, arts, chess, debate, and sports, and cultivating their unique ideas in classrooms focused on learning by doing.

SA is fun!
We take our commitment to kids incredibly seriously, but we never forget to laugh. Each day at SA is filled with fun: From dance parties and dress-up days to celebrations and snowball fights, our educators go above and beyond to make the school day fun — for both scholars and adults!

SA is deeply committed to building a highly diverse community of educators and roughly half of our school staff are people of color. All of us benefit from having colleagues with a wide range of perspectives and backgrounds. We cannot fulfill our mission of giving kids a world-class education without educators who reflect and enrich scholars’ lives with a diverse range of experiences and insights.

Leader for Equity and Change.
We are committed to helping educators across the country improve schools and close opportunity gaps. As innovators and thought leaders, we share our curriculum and approach on the Success Academy Ed Institute, provide free training and workshops for educators at The Robertson Center, and advocate to change policies that prevent children from having access to great schools.

Career Advancement.
SA is a fast-growing, entrepreneurial organization that recognizes, celebrates, and rewards strong performance. Educators who excel in their role enjoy rapid career growth.

COVID-19 Update: While SA schools have successfully transitioned to at-home learning for the time being, we are still actively hiring for next school year. Click here for details.