Our professional community is a diverse and intelligent group of educators who share a passion for teaching and learning. Everyone here believes in the mission of Head-Royce School and works daily to inspire the next generation for lives of purpose and meaning. We’re looking for people who share our joy for learning, who are naturally curious, and who are passionate about the transformative power of education.
Life at Head-Royce
From book groups and happy hours to weekly yoga and boot camp classes, faculty members engage with each other inside and outside of the classroom as peers and as friends. We have more than 165 faculty, staff, and administrators across the School’s three divisions. Professional community members contribute to the life of the School in areas aligned with their areas of personal passion, including cultural associations, sustainability, arts, and athletics.
Compensation & Benefits
We offer a competitive compensation package — including medical, dental and vision insurance, and a generous retirement program — as well as extensive resources for professional development. We are a community of learners and strongly support professional community members who want to explore new techniques, deepen their knowledge, or collaborate with peers on interdisciplinary programs. That’s why we commit significant resources to funding conferences, advanced education, and other unique professional opportunities. More than 20 endowed funds support teaching excellence and academic innovation.
"I am so grateful for the opportunity to have gone to People of Color Conference and deepen my personal understanding and passion for supporting equity and inclusion in our independent school network. I pledge to keep an open mind, heart, and door to facilitate and participate in the work of equity and inclusion and foster authentic and purposeful work with our students and fellow colleagues.”
- Leslie Powell, Assistant Lower School Head
"To folks outside of the profession, I can imagine that such close examination of professional practices could be somewhat dry, but the ability to immerse myself so deeply at the libraries in the Digital Age Conference was an enormous gift and one for which I will long be grateful."
-Mary Goglio, Upper School Librarian
Head-Royce is an equal opportunity employer.