At Success, non-academic subjects aren’t “extra” but essential. Scholar Talent and electives serve as critical, creative outlets for scholars to explore and develop passions and talents in athletics, chess, debate, and visual and performing arts. We expect specials teachers to be masters of their craft and share their love and expertise.
In this role, you will collaborate with soccer coaches across the network to build a world-class soccer program.
In this role, you will build a classroom culture in which scholars develop a love for chess and enhance critical thinking and problem-solving skills and teach a rigorous chess curriculum to scholars that begins with chess basics and progresses to checkmate patterns and tactics.
In this role you will inspire a profound love of athletics in all students,
and collaborate with other coaches across the network to build a world-class sports track program.
In this role, you will build a classroom culture in which scholars develop a love for public speaking and debate and collaborate with teachers across the network to build a world-class speech and debate program, while investing the community in the vital role of public speaking and debate in education.
As a specials teacher, you get to share your passion, talent, and experience, and help to develop what the subject looks like at your school. Hear from our teachers about their impact.
BORIS BOZIC, Rutgers Business SchoolJuly 13, 2018
"When I was offered the opportunity to start a soccer program that would upend the status quo, I couldn’t resist. We have started a one-of-a-kind program that puts children at SA elementary schools on a path to gain the skills to compete with the best soccer players in the state and the country."
STEPHEN FERREL, The University of Kansas | August 17, 2018
"Whether my scholars are performing in a hallway, a classroom, or even a former storage closet, they will raise their voices in the face of forces and systems that might attempt to silence them."
JOEL KLEIN, San Francisco State UniversityJune 12, 2017
"As a teacher and a musician, my greatest goal is to have scholars learn to enjoy music. I want them to be thrilled about making and listening to songs. If I can instill that joy in scholars at an early age, I hope that they’ll carry it with them, in addition to whatever other passions they decide to pursue."
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