St. Stephen’s embraces a continuum of education where each developmental stage of the child is considered. St. Stephen’s is the only school in the United States that has a combined International curriculum that includes Montessori, the International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) and the International Baccalaureate (IB) High School. At St. Stephen’s, we have a tradition of excellence and educational leadership that offers inquisitive, inspired and creative students a global framework for learning and engaging. This combination of curricula inspires students towards spiritual growth, creative expression, responsible citizenship and academic success in higher education.

Message from David Coe, Head of School

At St. Stephen’s Episcopal School – Houston we encourage our faculty, staff and students to be independent thinkers, to value diversity and to recognize that all of us are spiritual human beings, despite different religious practices we may have.

As I interview candidates for teaching and staff positions, I have a strong desire to get to know each candidate and to understand what drives them to want to work with and teach our students. 

Located in the heart of Houston Montrose, the campus vibrates with activity and joy. As the only Episcopal School in the Diocese of Texas that offers Montessori, the International Baccalaureate Programme, and the first American school in the U.S. that uses the International Middles Years Curriculum for its 7th and 8th grade students, St. Stephen’s is on the cutting edge of 21st century learning. 

At St. Stephen’s: 

  • We are committed to providing students with the best education in Houston.
  • We welcome all students, employees and families with respect.
  • We believe each of us is a spiritual human being who has a north star that guides us in what we do and how we treat one another.

If St. Stephen’s School sounds like a place where you would like to share your time and talents, I invite you to contact me. 

In Peace,

David Coe
Head of School

Working at St. Stephen’s has afforded me the opportunity to teach what I love. It’s the best feeling to be able to give students ‘a-ha’ moments in science and in math. I am especially proud of the introduction of our new middle school curriculum, IMYC. We have picked a wonderful way to introduce key concepts to this age group. Our students are very dependent on peer relationships and want to learn independently, and we have created a wonderful environment for them to demonstrate their knowledge. Through collaborative efforts, the middle school faculty can help students appreciate the need for academics but also practice time management, goal-setting and planning ahead—to see the bigger picture as individuals who care about their well-being, their spirituality, their academics and their independence.
— Jamie Shick, Math and Science Teacher (Middle School)
As one of the oldest Montessori schools in Houston, what makes teaching at St. Stephen’s so fulfilling and rewarding is that it’s truly a home away from home. It has a wonderfully rich history with a very close community where everyone is accepted for their uniqueness.
— Gladis Martin, Class I Lead Teacher/After Care Coordinator

Current Positions


 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS FOR VISUAL ARTS, FILM and MUSIC

St. Stephen’s Episcopal School is looking for substitute teachers to work with students in the Fine Arts from kindergarten through high school.

The applicant should indicate which medium they are qualified to teach, and grade level.

You must have experience as a substitute teachers. If not already certified you must go through Safeguarding God’s Children Training as required for all employees in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.

You must go through a background check-including fingerprinting.

If interested in applying for the Fine Arts substitute roster, please contact Holli Richardson, Director of Fine Arts.

 

SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

St. Stephen’s Episcopal School is looking for substitute teachers to work with students from 15 months through high school. 

The applicant needs to indicate which level he/she will be interested in subbing.

You must have had experience as a substitute teacher—Montessori preferred for younger grades, but not required. If not already certified you must go through Safeguarding God’s Children Training as required for all employees in the Episcopal Diocese of Texas.

You must go through a background check—including finger printing

If interested in applying for this position please contact Lower School Principal Nahla Nasser.

Lab Guru and Lab Guides for Innovative Maker Space (Da Vinci Lab).

The da Vinci Lab for Creative Arts & Sciences is an after school makerspace for students in 5th to 9th grades. The goal of the program is to offer a creative space for middle school students that inspires collaborative learning and cross pollination of learning techniques and creative skills.

Lab Guru:

The Lab Guru is the primary teacher within the da Vinci Lab (DVLCAS). This person teaches the staff maintenance and use of equipment, sets the yearly curriculum for DVLCAS with input from the director, and notes the ways in which learning and making happen within the space. Part-Time Monday through Friday with occasional evening and weekend functions; 12-6:30pm.  Full Job Description.

Lab Guide:

Job Summary: The Lab Guide functions as both teacher within the da Vinci Lab (DVLCAS) and model for creative learning and inquiry for students. This person walks students through projects and oversees skill and technique building.  sets the yearly curriculum for DVLCAS with input from the director, and notes the ways in which learning and making happen within the space. Hourly, Monday through Friday with some evening and weekend functions. 2:00-6:30pm. Full Job Description.

Contact Ryan Hawthorne with questions.


How to Apply

If you are interested in applying, please send a resume, a cover letter specifying your availability and teaching preference as well as three references to:

Nahla Nasser, Lower and Middle School Principal for 15 months through 8th grade
Holli Richardson, Director of Fine Arts for cross-level art or music subbing