The mission of Boston Collegiate Charter School is simple yet ambitious: to prepare each student for college. We offer an academically rigorous college preparatory curriculum for 700 students in fifth through twelfth grades. 100% of our graduates have been accepted to college; the majority of them will be the first in their families to complete a college degree. All Boston Collegiate students will graduate empowered to choose their own directions, with options aligned with their passions and interests and with the critical thinking capability to choose wisely. They will be equipped not only to go to college, but to thrive there. They will have the skills and the leadership mindsets necessary to make an impact in their communities and beyond. To achieve this vision of our graduates, Boston Collegiate will be a leading school in academically rigorous, equitable, and inclusive educational practices in Boston. Boston Collegiate will create opportunities for each student to thrive and cultivate the unique talents that each student brings. Boston Collegiate will be a beacon of the twin pillars of scholarship and belonging, and thus a national model for what integrated education can look like at its best.
Have knowledge of or experience in - subject area expertise; - child/adolescent development; - leading a diverse group of students in an academic or non-academic setting; Be able and willing to - speak authentically about the imperative for diversity, equity, and inclusion in schools; - recognize how your identity impacts your teaching; - communicate and collaborate with colleagues, students, and families; - actively contribute to the school and your position-based teams; - consistently hold students accountable to academic and behavioral expectations; - use data regularly to drive your instructional decisions; Believe - in the school’s core values of: scholarship, belonging, passion, responsibility, and integrity; - that all students have strengths and gifts to share as well as growth areas to be honed by their educators; - that you will grow as a teacher best when you are held to high expectations for rigor, relationships, and relevance; and - in the importance of feedback in the pursuit of continuous improvement.