About Telos Classical Academy
Telos is a classical Christian K-12 school, currently serving 60 [plus students in grades K-8 with plans to add grades 9-12 in the coming years. In addition to its rigorous classical curriculum, Telos has several attributes that make it stand out from other schools. Core academic work is completed between Monday – Thursday. On Fridays, students have
the opportunity to participate in Common Arts where they can learn skills like woodworking, engineering, culinary and performing arts, visual arts, and more. Entering year four, the school is in a stable financial position and has a vibrant parent community.
The Board of Trustees is looking for a strong, visionary leader who can strengthen the classical and Christian elements of the school, bring creativity and innovation to the model, launch and grow a highly effective upper school, mentor, and develop faculty, and partner with parents to ensure all students are fulfilling their potential. The right
candidate will be committed to ensuring students reflect the profile of a Telos graduate: a student who
knows and loves God, has a thirst for truth, exemplifies virtue, is a strong leader, and is resilient
• Role model who embraces a Christian worldview and the school’s statement of faith.
• Advocate and practitioner of classical learning with skill in developing curricula for multiple
levels of instruction, especially for Logic and Rhetoric students.
• Strategic thinker who will relentlessly work to fulfill the school’s mission and vision.
• Defender of the school’s core beliefs. Must be a strong communicator and one who can
articulate the core beliefs in gatherings big and small with current and future stakeholders.
• Parent partner who enjoys building community relationships and advocating for student
growth within the mission.
• Patient and resourceful faculty leader enthusiastic about recruiting, hiring, and mentoring
teachers and staff as the school grows.
• Strong steward of school resources and an adept and willing learner of school nance.
• Adept at encouraging and supporting fundraising efforts in partnership with the Board.
• Creative leader who isn’t afraid to think outside the box to achieve the school’s mission.
• Master’s degree in Humanities, Curriculum Design, or related eld.
• Significant experience teaching in a classical school.
• Significant experience in leadership in a classical school.
• Uphold the mission, vision, and core values of the school.
• Operate the school safely and with a Biblical worldview.
• Develop and oversee a classical curriculum and programs that cultivate students who
embody the role of a Telos graduate.
• Calibrate the school’s calendar to ensure curricular fidelity and student wellness.
• Recruit, hire, retain, and mentor a highly effective faculty that puts students first.
• Maintain and enhance a fervent professional growth culture within the faculty and staff.
• Cultivate a fellow leadership team and assign appropriate roles and duties of sta.
• Partner with the Board to discern the best growth trajectory in a manner that will protect the
mission and the strong family partnerships already present in the school.
• Attend to one’s own professional growth as a leader and as a vibrant participant in the
classical Christian community.
• Collaborate with the Board to manage
the fiscal resources of the school.
To apply send the following in one email with documents as PDFs to Mike Zavada, Chief Strategist,
RoundTable Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Current resume, cover letter, expressing interest and congruence with the opportunity, and a reference list of at least four professional references. References will not be contacted without the candidate’s consent. Applications should be made before November 15th to receive primary consideration. Those interested in a conversation with the search representative can text/call Mike Zavada at 334-235-4638 or email above.
• Salary commensurate with experience
• % tuition remission
• Professional development allowance
• Possible housing allowance
- Health, vision, and dental insurance
Park City, Utah
Park City is home to 8,500 residents and welcomes 600,000 tourists during the year. It was once a silver
mining town, but in the 1970s it was converted to the ski and recreational industries. Two resorts, Deer Valley
and Park City Mountain, boast some of the best skiing in the world. The area is also known internationally
for its Sundance Film Festival, attended by over 50,000 people each year in January. Of late, the area has
become a destination for mountain biking enthusiasts. Other nearby areas for residents include Salt Lake
City, Utah’s capital, and the towns of Kamas, Francis, Oakley, and Heber. The cost of living in Park City itself
tends to be considerably higher than the national average due to housing costs, however, homes within a
15–30-mile commute are closer to national averages. Ultimately, the quality of living is very high due to
recreational, social, and cultural opportunities that proliferate in the area.
Telos utilizes the campus of Mountain Life Church. This has been an excellent partnership and one that
both parties intend to maintain. It features beautiful outdoor areas for play and recreation. It also features
a bucolic background with fields and mountain ranges in the background.