Job Summary
Holy Names Academy is seeking a fulltime Physics Teacher in 2020-2021. Candidates must have a BA or BS in physics, engineering, or related science field.

• Competitive salary
• Medical, dental, and life insurance; retirement program; employee-led wellness programs
• Summer sabbatical program
• Variety of school-funded professional development opportunities, including travel
• Stable, inclusive, welcoming corps of colleagues
• Opportunities to moderate clubs or coach athletics in a highly competitive sports program (collective winner of the Metro League All-Sports Trophy for 12 consecutive years)
• Motivated, high-achieving students from a wide array of ethnic, economic, religious, and geographic backgrounds.

How to Apply
E-mail letter of inquiry and resume to resumes@holynames-sea.org, attention Elizabeth Swift, Head of School.

Last updated: March 18, 2020


Holy Names Academy inspires young women of diverse beliefs and backgrounds to excel in life with confidence and courage, to think critically, act with purpose, advocate for justice, serve with compassion, and lead with integrity.

About Holy Names Academy

Holy Names Academy is an all-girls Catholic high school founded in 1880 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. The school offers excellent academic, arts, athletic, spiritual, and leadership programs that promote the development of the whole person in an environment of inclusion, collaboration, and community.

  • The school has an enrollment of 660 young women in grades 9–12.
  • The school has been named one of “Washington’s Best Workplaces” by the Puget Sound Business Journal four times and the 1st-place winner among nonprofit companies in “Washington’s 100 Best Companies To Work For” by Seattle Business magazine.
  • The U.S. Department of Education has honored Holy Names Academy four times as a Blue Ribbon School.
  • Academy students are sought by the nation’s most selective colleges and universities: 91.4% of the Class of 2019 collectively earned entrance honors and academic scholarships valued at over $32.8 million. More than 10,000 young women have graduated from Holy Names Academy, and today its alumnae serve their communities around the world, professionally and personally.

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