Classical education requires teachers who are trained in academic disciplines (literature, history, sciences, mathematics, music etc.) and not just in elementary or secondary education.

Naturally, classical school teachers love to spend time with children; they are kind hearted, and they know how to manage a classroom, but they should also have the ability and desire to shape the character of their students through modeling and teaching moral virtue.

Columbus Classical Academy seeks to maintain a faculty that is academically gifted and in full pursuit of intellectual interests and virtuous lives built on the existence of truth, goodness, and beauty.

We are actively hiring the following positions.

If you are interested in a role other than the ones listed here, please get in touch with this form:
Columbus Classical Academy Faculty & Staff Interest Form

“A dogmatic belief in objective value is necessary to the very idea of a rule which is not tyranny or an obedience which is not slavery.”
~ C.S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man