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You may have just found it! Imagine a school where instruction is individualized and potential is realized. Teaching bright inquisitive minds in a school that offers small classroom sizes, a beautiful 20 acre state of the art campus, an on-site Orton Gillingham Fellow and a like-minded team of educators that change the trajectory of student lives time and again. It’s not a dream. It’s Sandhills.
Sandhills School is growing and currently hiring for our Elementary, Middle and High School divisions. Orton Gillingham training is required and will be provided for hired candidates.
Orton Gillingham trained candidates interested in teaching Language Training (OG), are encouraged to apply for full or part time opportunities.
Sandhills School is a 1st-12th grade college preparatory school for bright students with dyslexia and related learning differences. Through individualized Orton-Gillingham instruction, our students gain the confidence, master the tools, and participate in the opportunities they need to realize their potential in academics and life.
Sandhills School values diversity within its faculty, staff and students. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, religion or national origin in the administration of its educational programs, admissions, policies, employment practices or other school-administered programs.
“Sandhills is an amazing place. It is not just a school; it is an environment that nurtures talents, boosts confidence, fosters responsibility, and encourages engaged learners. As teachers, we are encouraged to see each child’s learning experience as individual and unique. What I like about the small class setting at Sandhills is the incredible opportunity to discover each child’s strengths and use these strengths to unlock new potential. It is this amazing opportunity to really know each student and how they learn best that makes Sandhills School such a remarkable place.”
“As soon as I started teaching at Sandhills I knew immediately that it was a wonderful place, and that I found the ideal school for me. This is my sixth year at Sandhills, and I love it even more than that first day! The atmosphere here is always what I imagined it would be like as a teacher. The students are always happy and have a love for learning. I have witnessed so many students’ lives that have been changed by Sandhills, and I see their brightness shine every day.”