San Francisco Friends School educates girls and boys in the tradition of Quaker learning. By example and commitment, we hope to inspire all connected with our school to work together toward a peaceful and caring society.
The foundations of our mission are:
- Academic excellence
- Quaker values of simplicity, integrity, mutual respect, service to others, and peaceful problem-solving
- Community life, bringing together a diverse group of children, families, faculty and staff through a sense of belonging
- Attention to the emotional and spiritual growth of the individual
- Social responsibility
Current Job Listings
San Francisco Friends School, a K-8 Quaker school located in the Mission district of San Francisco, seeks substitute teachers to teach classes at all grade levels and in all subject areas when regular teachers are absent. The ideal candidate is a responsible, flexible, child-friendly person with relevant classroom teaching experience. A teaching credential is not required. Substitute teachers are hired on an as-needed basis.
- Maintain a safe, productive learning environment for the students in the classroom and on the playground.
- Execute the teacher’s lesson plans.
- Report back to the teacher any concerns or issues from the day.
- Collaborate with and support the grade level or departmental team.
$22.50/hour for the first 4 hours or $140/day.
San Francisco Friends School is a K-8 co-educational independent school, started in 2002, that combines outstanding academics with Quaker values of simplicity, integrity, mutual respect, and peaceful problem-solving.
*If you are interesting in applying to join our sub pool, please email us at: email@example.com
Horizons at San Francisco Friends School provides a transformational summer learning program that leverages a unique public/private partnership to close the opportunity and achievement gaps for low-income K-8 public school students.
Horizons is seeking a dedicated and effective Lead Elementary Teacher with a dynamic talent for creating and nurturing a lifelong love of learning in children. We are looking for a talented, passionate, caring professional who will work as a team player, fulfill the Horizons mission, and create a joyous, inclusive, inspiring and educational culture. Please apply here.
- Design and teach high quality, culturally competent, project-based curriculum and engage students in learning math, science and language arts throughout our six-week summer enrichment program.
- Plan and lead fun, community-building games and enriching experiential learning opportunities, and accompany students to swimming lessons and field trips.
- Lead the Horizons staff in identifying individual students’ learning profiles, building on each youth's academic strengths and coordinating resources and activities to best address his/her areas of need.
- Participate in daily meals with the students, attend Family Night and faculty meetings, and other duties that may be required.
- Attend a one-week orientation session prior to the start of the program.
- Mentor the assistant teacher(s) and work with staff to review assessment data and align curriculum across subject areas.
- Develop and nurture a safe, respectful, challenging and fun learning environment.
- Assist in evaluating program effectiveness.
- Help maintain ongoing communication with parents, caregivers and school year teachers.
- Participate in the planning and delivery of two half day learning activities for students and families in the spring leading up to the program’s start.