Job Application: Teacher/Specialist

Application form for academic applicants.

  • Briefly share your personal Christian testimony and how you came to know Jesus Christ.
  • Briefly explain the authority the Bible has in the world and in your life.
  • Share your church involvement including memberships, attendance practice, and the ways you have served within your church community.
  • Describe your regular methods of personal, spiritual growth.
  • How would you define a biblical worldview? How does a biblical worldview influence how a Christian today deals with the cultural, social, and political landscape?
  • Describe your understanding of man's basic nature and the basis for salvation. What are your beliefs based on?
  • What do you believe Scripture teaches about Creation/Evolution?
  • What do you believe Scripture teaches about the role of the parents in educating children and how would you partner with them?
  • What do you believe Scripture teaches about marriage?
  • Describe how you engage with the topic of gender identity. Briefly, what are your personal views on this issue?
  • Describe what your philosophy of Christian education is and what motivates you to work at a Christian school?
  • Describe the key components of a quality 21st-century education and the role of the teacher in today's classroom.
  • Describe your personal style of instruction and what personal strengths you use in classroom teaching.
  • What skills, abilities, and strengths do you possess that make you an effective teacher?
  • What evidence exists that suggests that you motivate and inspire students?
  • Describe a discipleship/mentoring relationship that you have had with a student in the past few years.
  • Describe your leadership style and how you work with a team.
  • What is your philosophy of discipline? When dealing with a discipline problem with a student, what is your major concern?
  • What is your understanding of the philosophical difference between Christian and secular education? What are the main characteristics that distinguish a Christian school from a public school?
  • How would you go about sharing with a parent why your classroom is worth the tuition in comparison to free public school education?
  • How would you make biblical truth relevant to students in your classes?
  • Describe any formal Bible/theology training or informal (church/home) Bible training you have had.
  • What other skills, interests, and competencies could you bring to this position (extra-curricular, coaching/mentoring, etc.)?
  • Please check all statements to indicate your agreement.
  • Please attach your Resume and References.
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