The Trinity School faculty understands itself to be one faculty teaching at any of our three campuses: Trinity School at Greenlawn (South Bend, IN), Trinity School at River Ridge (Eagan, MN), and Trinity School at Meadow View (Falls Church, VA).
We are no longer taking applications for the 2018-19 academic year, but if you wish to complete an application should any new positions become available or wish to be considered for the 2019-20 academic year, you are welcome to fill out an online application. Many prospects begin the candidacy process with a fall visit to the school, and our formal interview process typically begins in early January.
To join the Trinity School faculty is, first and foremost, to become a part of a community of learners. In the words of our faculty manual:
"The most important task for a Trinity School faculty member is to be an active and dynamic member of the community of learners. Membership in that community of learners is evidenced by a sense of wonder, active pursuit of intellectual and artistic matters, growth in knowledge, the development of intellectual and artistic skills, the pursuit of the true, good and beautiful, and a life lived according to the ideals of the Trinity School culture."
Our faculty culture is richly interdisciplinary and intellectually stimulating. We want our classrooms to be dynamic, interactive spaces in which the life of the mind of the faculty is carried over to our students. When we hire, we are looking for men and women who are interested in becoming a part of such a community and think that they might be called to teaching in such an environment.
If you think this environment might be a good fit for you, please fill out and submit the following application. The final page will ask you to upload a cover letter and your CV or send it electronically per instructions.
Mr. Jon BalsbaughPresident of Trinity Schools
Trinity Schools does not unlawfully discriminate with respect to race, color, gender, national origin, age, disability, or other legally protected classifications under applicable law, with respect to the administration of its programs.