Whether you have no prior experience in education or are a seasoned pro seeking to make a greater impact, at Success Academy you will receive the individualized support and guidance you need to continuously grow your skills, master your craft, and thrive inside and outside of the classroom. As a teacher and classroom leader, you will rapidly build vital skills that are relevant in almost any field, including project management, leadership, communication, influencing, client readiness, data analytics, and time management.
At Success Academy, you receive world-class training and unparalleled resources and support. You learn by doing, with one-on-one guidance and mentorship from school leaders, weekly half-day trainings with peers across your school and network, and regular team planning meetings.
Working at Success Academy means joining a close-knit team of talented and diverse peers who are committed to furthering social justice by delivering a life-changing education for kids. The collective passion and talent of our hardworking, curious, and team-oriented employees create an invigorating workplace culture, infused with the mission of empowering kids to fulfill their highest potential and take their place in society as leaders, thinkers, and doers.
This role is perfect for those fresh out of school or professionals ready to make a change. Fast-track your teaching career with hands-on classroom experience under the guidance of experienced teachers and school leaders.
Do you want to help students explore new interests, develop special talents, and gain confidence and independence through sports, performing and visual arts, chess, debate, or other scholar talent? Come share your passion.
At Success Academy we believe in the potential of all children. Join the team that supports scholars with special needs to achieve their very best.
Help young scholars fall in love with school and learning by fostering relationships and building a special culture within your classroom.
Specialize in a subject you are passionate about, and share it through dynamic, student-centered lessons.
Use your entrepreneurial skills to fundamentally rethink high school. Teaching here means being a founding faculty member of a new and revolutionary high school that supports students to not only excel in high school but in college too.
At Success Academy we believe that science is not just a subject, but also a way of knowing and thinking about the world. Come explore with students five days a week.
Tag along with some of our dedicated educators as they take us through a day in the life at SA.
I look back from the first day I started here and thinking about how far I’ve come is really incredible and I don’t think I would’ve made that type of growth anywhere else.
1st Grade Lead Teacher, Tulane University
SUCCESS ACADEMY | February 24, 2020
Finn Freymann — an English teacher at SA Bed-Stuy Middle School — describes teaching as trying to master the unmasterable profession.
Read more about why you should start your career at SA.
Teaching at Success Academy offers abundant opportunities for recognition, growth, and advancement. From their first year, exemplary teachers are recognized with Excellence Awards. Experienced teachers can advance to leadership roles while remaining in the classroom, as Content, Labsite, or Grade-Team Leads. They can also pursue school leadership or explore opportunities at the network office, in areas such as curriculum development, teacher training, and talent recruitment.
As highly-skilled, high-impact professionals, our teachers are compensated as such. They receive competitive salaries, generous paid time off, comprehensive health plans, retirement benefits, and employee wellness programs that include free fitness classes onsite at schools.
At Success Academy we like to capture memorable moments. Take a peek at our scholars and teachers in action.
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COVID UPDATE: SA schools will remain fully remote through May 28, 2021. We are actively hiring for the 2021-22 school year. Click here for details.