Additional Educator Job Opportunity

Principal for Libertas Academy Charter School


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Libertas Academy Mission

Through rigorous academics, character development, and strong supports for every learner, Libertas Academy Charter School prepares all sixth through twelfth-grade students to succeed within the college of their choice and to be positive, engaged members of their communities.


Organizational Overview

Libertas Academy Charter School is a high expectations, high achieving school that replicates the successful models of other high-performing charter schools in Massachusetts and across the country. Within an achievement-oriented culture in which expectations are clear and routines are consistent, and in which the joy of learning, the power of intellectual curiosity, and the development of life-building values are at the center of our seamless 6-12 school, all learners build the skills, knowledge, and character required for college and professional success and a life of positive community engagement.

Imagine leading a school where everyone in the building is on the same page, holding students to a relentlessly high bar of academic and behavioral expectations. We are looking for teachers who know that holding high expectations and relentlessly pushing students to reach them is a profound form of love. We are looking for teachers who aren’t afraid to do whatever it takes—teachers who know the finish line is college graduation and are in it for the long haul.

Join our founding team and help build the future.


Qualities Sought

All staff members at Libertas Academy Charter School have a strong commitment to, belief in, and alignment with the mission and vision of our school. Therefore, we seek individuals who believe in our mission and vision; will maintain high expectations for our students both academically and behaviorally; will model our school values of:

Inclusive Community, Excellence in All Efforts, Our People Matter, Sprinkle Joy, Pursue Your Best Self, and Leave a Legacy


We seek individuals who will do whatever it takes to ensure that the mission of Libertas Academy is fulfilled.   

Duties and Responsibilities

Role Expertise

  • Vision Setting: Lead team building sessions and professional development programs for educators and staff to support the fulfillment of the school’s mission and academic objectives


Team Leadership

  • Work with the leadership team to ensure all roles and responsibilities are being fulfilled.
  • Coach Deans in both mindset and skill development along with their management of the teachers on their coaching loads to improve role performance and student outcomes.
  • Work with the Dean of Students to ensure the behavior management system is consistently executed to foster consistency in academic and behavioral expectations in and out of class.
  • Joyful, focused, and rigorous learning environment: lead walkthroughs and drive academic professional development and coaching to ensure all learning environments are joyful-focused and rigorous.
  • Work to ensure an adult culture that thrives on teamwork, transparency, direct feedback, and high accountability.


Community Builder

  • Family Engagement: Lead family meetings over the course of the school year and build partnerships with individual families to support student success


Individual and Collective Excellence

  • Presence: be present in the school to ensure the mission is being upheld, the vision of the school is being properly executed, and deliver positive and raise-the-bar feedback to leaders, staff, and students.
  • Achievement Orientation: Lead the implementation of an effective, efficient, and action-oriented data analysis and action planning process that ensures individual student and whole-class learning needs are met after each interim assessment cycle.


Specific Responsibilities

  • Provide exemplary leadership to all members of the school’s community to achieve outstanding performance.
  • Dramatically improve student achievement by leading the educational program.
  • Manage faculty and staff effectively, holding staff accountable for meeting high standards for student academic and behavioral performance.
  • Foster commitment among faculty and staff members to the development and fulfillment of the school’s mission.
  • Establish and ensure a joyful, structured, achievement-oriented school culture.
  • Maintain communication and relations with families, ensuring families are kept involved with and held accountable for their children’s academic and behavioral performance.
  • Oversee students’ academic and behavioral program, including disciplinary decisions, scheduling and class decisions, educational program, and assessment and accountability.
  • Work with the Director of Operations to lead the school’s administrative program.
  • Build an effective, efficient, action-oriented, and highly accountable data analysis and action-planning process that ensures individual student and whole-class deficiencies are overcome after each interim assessment cycle.
  • Interview, hire, evaluate, and develop staff. Retain high performers and actively and effectively manage low performers.


: Bachelor’s Degree required

Preferred skills and work experience:

  • Experience working in education organizations.
  • Demonstrates persistence in overcoming and removing obstacles to goal achievements.
  • Demonstrates a drive, commitment, and sense of urgency that inspires others to achieve results and is able to hold others accountable for these results.
  • Demonstrated success working with students in traditionally underserved communities.
  • Demonstrated ability in management and presentation.
  • Demonstrated ability in coaching and managing adults.
  • Proven ability to plan and execute professional development.
  • Prior leadership roles with demonstrated strong results.
  • Exhibited leadership in working with professional staff and students.
  • Prior experience working in an urban school setting.
  • Proactively approaches others with a view to engaging in dialogue and building strong working relationships.
  • Demonstrates good judgment; approachable and professional; solid problem-solving skills; self-motivated; well organized.

Salary & Benefits

The starting salary for this role is $125,000 and Libertas Academy offers comprehensive health benefits.

Commitment to Diversity

As an equal opportunity employer, Libertas Academy hires without consideration to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, or any other category protected by applicable law.


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