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Waldorf School of Lexington, Lexington, MA

Accredited by NEASC and AWSNA

The Waldorf School of Lexington is looking to fill multiple substitute teaching positions across grades 1 through 8. Substitute teachers provide coverage for both class teachers and general subject teachers, which includes, but is not limited to: math, English, physical education, foreign languages (Spanish and German), handwork, and movement. The ideal candidate will have experience as a substitute teacher with students ages 7–14 and hold a Bachelor’s degree in education. Also, the candidate must demonstrate skill, confidence, and expertise in working with students. Waldorf training and teaching experience is a plus. This is an hourly, part-time, non-benefited position. The minimum starting rate is $19/hour, but is commensurate with experience.


Setting: WSL is beautifully sited 20 minutes west of Boston in historic Lexington, Massachusetts—an area rich with culture, historic significance, and natural beauty. Abutting our campus is a 185-acre nature preserve, and our site features a sports field, several play gardens, a biodynamic vegetable garden, and beehives.


Pedagogy and Program: WSL is a vibrant, faculty-led independent school for children in preschool through grade 8. Our pedagogy and curriculum, based on Rudolf Steiner’s understanding of human development, includes a full complement of offerings, including parent-child classes, a nursery program, two kindergartens, grades 1–8, aftercare and extended day, and summer camp and storytime programs. WSL enrolls 200 students, with a faculty and staff of 50.


Diversity: The Waldorf School of Lexington is committed to an ongoing process of learning, listening and deepening our understanding of equity and inclusion. With reverence, we strive to create, embrace and support a diverse, equitable and inclusive community where everyone feels respected, connected and valued. We welcome students, families, faculty, and staff of all races, ethnicities, cultural and religious heritages, socio-economic backgrounds, geographic origins, gender identities, sexual orientations, and family structures. We reject discrimination in all its forms, and embrace the principles of common humanity expressed by the founder of Waldorf education, Rudolf Steiner.


Accreditation: We are accredited by AWSNA and NEASC (the New England Association of Schools and Colleges), and are members of AISNE (Association of Independent Schools of New England), and NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools).


To Apply: Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references (written or provide contact information) in a single pdf addressed to Don Grace, School Director, at

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