"We believe that the School’s programs are affected by a talented, enthusiastic, and loving collegial faculty. These men and women are recruited and retained based on their professional skills, their willingness to model the highest standards in every respect, and their commitment to professional and personal growth."
Excerpt from Cathedral School for Boys'
Statement of Philosophy


Founded in 1957, Cathedral School for Boys is an independent Episcopal school located on the grounds of Grace Cathedral, serving the San Francisco community. The School enrolls 265 boys in kindergarten through eighth grade and is fully accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools. Cathedral School for Boys strives to provide an education derived from three main sources: the highest academic and personal standards humanely applied; a diverse community united in its concern for the school and for the world; and an active engagement with religion and the spiritual dimension.
 
Academically, the School sets high standards in literacy, basic skills, self-discipline, the joy of learning, and the pursuit of wisdom. We set equally high standards in good behavior, caring, mutual respect, truth-telling and honor, and emphasize these qualities in all aspects of school life. Art, music, drama and physical education are integral parts of the curriculum. We prepare boys to enter demanding secondary schools confidently; we recognize that there are a variety of learning styles and paces among able students, and we try to teach accordingly. Teachers focus on learning styles that are boy-friendly, particularly hands-on, active lessons which allow for movement and vigor.

Cathedral School for Boys is an equal opportunity employer and promotes the principles and practices of diversity throughout the school community. People of color are encouraged to apply. Compensation is competitive and includes health, dental and vision insurance and TIAA/CREF annuity program.
 
To learn more about Cathedral School for Boys, visit www.cathedralschool.net.

Cathedral School for Boys current openings as of 6/4/2018:

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ADMISSION 
Posted: June 16, 2018
The Assistant Director of Admission position is a twelve-month, full-time, administrative position that reports directly to the Director of Admission. Cathedral School seeks a compassionate, thoughtful, enthusiastic, and detail-oriented educator to serve as at a leading Bay Area school. This candidate must possess excellent written and oral skills, and be eager to learn, collaborate, and connect with boys ages 4-14 and the adults who love them. Energy, commitment, and a sense of humor are essential to the job.
 
Responsibilities:
The responsibilities include working with the Director of Admission, staff members, and volunteers to manage all areas of Cathedral’s admission process, including the creation of the annual admission plan, coordinating and hosting admission events both on and off campus, managing applications, conducting student screenings, maintaining and developing relationships with local community groups and feeder schools, offering administrative support, and generally promoting the School.
 
Qualifications: 

Candidates should possess at least a bachelor’s degree. Candidates with independent school experience are preferred. Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
 
How to Apply:

Salary and benefits are highly competitive. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, CV, and three references to Tara Boland, Director of Admission.
 
This position begins in the summer of 2018.

PERFORMING ARTS TEACHER AT CATHEDRAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS
Posted: June 4, 2018
Cathedral School for Boys seeks an energetic, responsible, knowledgeable, performing arts teacher for grades K-4 whose teaching/coaching approach aligns with the school’s mission and philosophy. Depending on candidate and school needs, this may be either a full or part time position.

Music Responsibilities:
  • Plan and teach developmentally appropriate music classes to grades kindergarten through fourth grade
  • Create a scope and sequence for music curriculum (skills, understandings and activities)
  • Prepare students and logistics of music performances including but not limited to Grandparents and Special Friends Day and Lessons and Carols (Christmas celebration)
  • Help select and lead music for lower school chapel
  • Assess student skills and communicate through report cards
  • Collaborate closely with second music teacher and other teachers in both divisions
Drama Responsibilities:
  • Plan and teach drama
  • Develop a scope and sequence for drama skills
  • Programming plays (performances) in Lower School which includes collaborating with parent volunteers, classroom teachers and administration
  • Creating all blocking/choreography for all productions and directing each production
  • Communicating with parents, teachers and those impacted by productions (kitchen staff….)
  • Management of costume closet
Qualifications:
  • Experience in music or music/drama education (minimum of three years classroom experience) 
  • Ability to analyze student behaviors, identify challenges, and suggest solutions 
  • Strong verbal communication skills 
  • Strong organization skills, including time management and follow-up 
  • Ability to work effectively in a team
  • Knowledge of child cognitive development and different learning styles 
  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher from an accredited college or university with appropriate course work in music and drama
How to Apply:

Interested individuals should e-mail cover letter, résumé and references to Kate Juergens, Director of the Lower School.





Cathedral School for Boys

1275 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 Main phone 415.771.6600 Fax 415.771.2547
Located in San Francisco, CA, Cathedral School for Boys is an independent elementary school for boys in grades K-8. Our mission is to provide an excellent education through intellectual inquiry and rigor that is centered in the Episcopal tradition and is respectful of and welcoming to people of all religious traditions and beliefs.