Employment Opportunities

Carrollton is one of the 22 Sacred Hearts schools in the United States. It combines a rich and rigorous academic program rooted in the Goals and Criteria of Sacred Heart Schools. Carrollton seeks to attract qualified individuals of diverse backgrounds to its faculty and staff who want to challenge the minds of their students as well as assist in the development of the whole child. Carrollton does not discriminate in admissions, educational programs, or employment against any individual on the basis of sex, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion or age.

Faculty and Staff by the Numbers

Founded in 1961, Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart is an all-girls, independent, Catholic day school with approximately 850 students in Montessori 3 through grade 12.

188

Carrollton Employees

1:7

Faculty to student ratio

58%

Faculty with Advanced Degree

11.4 years

Average Years of Service
(Staff & Faculty)
 On this newly created page we are offering our community a resource center that might be of help in supporting our spiritual needs during this period of enforced distancing and uncertainty caused by the COVID 19 crisis. Within its contents you will find resources such as the link to the Society’s reflections and prayers, Sr. Suzanne Cooke’s blog – Musings, a short guide on the meaning of Espacio and recommendations for practicing it. Father Vallee’s video messaging to the Carrollton community, as well as, messaging from our Campus Ministry office and the office of Adult Spirituality are also included. The links will be updated with new content periodically. Our hope is that these resources will serve you well and nurture your spirit in the face of this global pandemic.

Why Carrollton?

Professional Development

Carrollton is committed to supporting a community of life-long learners. A robust professional development budget supports school wide initiatives and individual academic pursuits. In addition to all school professional development, staff and faculty are given autonomy to pursue professional development that best meet their individual goals.

A few highlights of our Professional Development:

  • Each employee is allotted $200 per academic year that can be used at their discretion for professional development without prior approval.
  • Professional development opportunities are vast and may include, but are not limited to conferences, webinars, books, school visits, independent research, teaching fellows program, and university lecture series.
  • With prior approval, employees may receive tuition assistance with undergraduate or graduate coursework. Coursework may be completed as a non-degree seeking student.
    • Powerful Teaching with Dr. Pooja Agarwal

      Powerful Teaching with Dr. Pooja Agarwal

Benefits

In addition to competitive salaries, Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart offers the following benefits:

  • Medical Insurance
  • Health Savings Account or Flexible Savings Account
  • Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Direct Path - an advocacy program to assist you in locating specialists, dealting with claims issues, and providing clear, objective health information so you can make informed decisions
  • Carrollton sponsored life insurance
  • Voluntary sponsored life insurance
  • Short term and long term disability insurance
  • 403(b) with matching component
  • Robust professional development program
  • Financial Aid Program for employees' with children attending Carrollton*
  • Wellness Program (Wellness Center, Kayas, Tennis Court, etc)
  • Device agnostic campus - employees select their own computers**


*Employees' daughters must apply and be accepted to Carrollton
**Within allotted budget and partnership with Technology Department
    • New Hire Orientation

      New Hire Orientation

Janet Erskine Stuart Teaching Fellows Program

The Janet Erskine Stuart Teaching Fellows is a one year cohort based program for high achieving early career individuals who are interested in accelerating their expertise in teaching. Each Fellow will teach a reduced class load, participate in various aspects of school life, and complete a rigorous professional development and mentoring program. Fellows are also charged with conducting and presenting educational research that bolsters Carrollton’s decisions regarding teaching and learning. Click here to learn more about the program.
    • Janet Erskine Stuart Teaching Fellows

      Janet Erskine Stuart Teaching Fellows

Carrollton accepts applications for current and future openings.

  • To apply for a current opening candidates must complete this EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION, and submit it with a resume, and any other supporting documents through the Carrollton Career Center.
  • If you would like to be considered for future openings please visit Carrollton's career center and click on "join our talent community."
 
Due to the high volume of inquiries we receive, we regret we cannot respond to telephone calls and we are unable to interview every candidate. We will process employment application materials as quickly as possible and make every effort to acknowledge receipt of your application.

"For the sake of one child, I would have founded the Society."
-Saint Madeleine Sophie Barat