Located in a historic suburb of Boston, Lexington Christian Academy (LCA) is a co-ed, independent, college preparatory, day school with grades 6-12, including 350 students and 35 full-time faculty members. Our community exists to educate young men and women in the arts and sciences in the context of the historic Christian faith by developing intellectual ability, nurturing spiritual and moral growth, encouraging creativity, and instilling a desire to serve God and others.
Recognizing that LCA is strongly committed to historic Christianity, we expect all employee candidates will be committed to the Academy's “Statement of Faith” and “Standards for Christian Living”, building up the body of Christ and helping to accomplish the Academy’s mission.
LCA teachers are:
- Experts in their academic field
Excited about teaching teenagers
Happy and positive in their dealings with others
Good listeners who desire to help students solve problems
Respected and trusted by students and parents
Known for setting high standards and coaching students to success
Expected to coach or mentor a significant co-curricular activity
Interested in joining a professional learning community that seeks excellence as a team
In addition to the open positions that are listed here, if you are a teacher or staff member who is passionate about uniting your faith with your academic life, please send us:
- A cover letter identifying your desired subject matter or position
- A current resume
- Completed answers to the following questions: What is your view of Christian education and your commitment to it? AND What motivates you to work in a Christian school?
Your information can be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or sent to:
Human Resources: Future Openings
Lexington Christian Academy
48 Bartlett Avenue
Lexington, MA 02420
LEXINGTON CHRISTIAN ACADEMY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF SEX, RACE, COLOR, AGE, ETHNIC ORIGIN, DISABILITY, OR VETERAN STATUS. ALL LCA EMPLOYEES MUST SIGN A STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT TO THE CHRISTIAN FAITH WHICH IS CENTRAL TO THE CORE VALUES OF THE ACADEMY.