Trinity School is a college preparatory, coeducational independent day school for Grades K-12, located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Founded as a charity school at Trinity Church in 1709 for 40 students, it moved to its current location in 1895 and now has an average enrollment of 1,000. Trinity is no longer sponsored by a specific religious body, and the Trinity community is characterized by religious, racial, and ethnic diversity. Since its founding, Trinity has continued its commitment to enroll a talented, motivated, and diverse student body from every economic and social background by providing over $4.5 million in financial aid to students at all grades. The school is organized into a Lower School (K-Grade 4), a Middle School (Grades 5-8) and an Upper School (Grades 9-12). The ratio of students to teachers is six to one. The faculty members of the school, with over 20 doctorates and 96 master's degrees from selective colleges and universities around the world, are extraordinarily talented and dedicated. Conversation between students and teachers is the essence of the Trinity education.
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An Equal Opportunity Employer, Trinity School seeks candidates who will add to the diversity of our school community.
Below is a list of current openings at Trinity School. Please click on an opening in the list to view details and apply.
|Debate Coach-Program Director||Upper School|
|Learning Specialist, Grades 5-8||Learning Support|
|Lower School Associate Teacher||Lower School|
|Substitute Teachers, Grades 5-12||Middle/Upper Schools|
|Technology Support Engineer||Technology|
|Upper School Chemistry Teacher||Science|
|Visual Arts Teacher, Grades 1-4 (Part-Time)||Visual Arts|