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PATH-Composition and Literature I

PATH-Composition and Literature I

PATH-Composition and Literature I


PATH(Program for Academically Talented at Hope) provides accelerated learning in the areas of math, science and language arts to academically talented sixth through ninth grade students from various West Michigan communities.

Students attend one afternoon per week, per subject for 34 weeks during the school year. Instructors will be responsible for teaching an enriched middle school or high school course in their designated area of certification. The position requires instructing students 1-2 afternoons a week depending on student enrollment. Additional responsibilities include: collaborative planning, curriculum development, individualized instruction and ongoing electronic communication with both parents/guardians and students.


Applicants must be experienced teachers with a Bachelor's Degree (Masters Degree preferred) in subject area to be taught, experience with gifted and talented students preferred.

Application Instructions

As part of the online application, candidates will upload a cover letter and resume. In addition, please enter the contact information for three references on the application (including current email addresses). Those references will be contacted by Human Resources upon application to submit a reference form.

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