Leadership & Teaching

Leadership and Teaching

What are we looking for?

Nashville Prep is immediately searching for committed, intelligent, hard-working educators. Candidates must have an unwavering belief that urban youth can achieve greatness and that every child in our school can and will graduate from college.  We will consider leadership and teaching candidates who: 

  • Are 100 % dedicated to educational success for urban students.
  • Have the highest commitment to improving curriculum and instruction through collaboration, best practices, and regular assessment.
  • Take ownership for the academic results of their students.
  • Communicate effectively with students, parents, and colleagues.
  • Demonstrate evidence of self-motivation and willingness to be a team player.

Nashville Prep, Nashville Academy of Computer Science, and Liberty Collegiate Academy are partner organizations. By applying to Nashville Academy of Computer Science, you have the option of applying to one, both, or all three schools. Please indicate which school(s) you are applying to in your subject line when you submit your resume. To apply for a position with any of these schools, please send a resume to careers@republiccharterschools.org

Openings at Nashville Prep for the 2014-15 school year include:

  • ELA Teacher
  • Fellow

Board of Directors

Nashville Prep is governed by the RePublic Schools, Nashville Board of Directors. All RePublic Schools, Nashville Board Meetings are public and open to parents and community members.

For more information, including information on attending a meeting or viewing public Board documents, please visit the RePublic Schools website. Please feel free to contact the Board at rsnboard@republiccharterschools.org with any questions or comments.

Great teaching is an art. In other arts—painting, sculpture, the writing of novels—great masters leverage a proficiency with basic tools to transform the rawest of material (stone, ink, paper) into the most valued assets in society.
— Doug Lemov