Employment Opportunities

Brevard Academy: A Challenge Foundation Academy is currently accepting applications for Project MARS/AmeriCorps candidates. Please see the attached flyer and description. Contact Katie Snow, Project Director at 336.354.3325 or by email at
katies@bbbswnc.org

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Brevard Academy: A Challenge Foundation Academy is currently accepting applications for A.M. and P.M. Substitute Bus Drivers.

$25/bus route and $15/hour for field trips.

Brevard Academy: A Challenge Foundation Academy is currently accepting applications for Substitute Teachers.

If interested in any of these positions, please complete the following steps:

  1. Fill out the BA-CFA application below and return it to the school office at 1110 Hendersonville Highway, Pisgah Forest, N.C. 28768, fax it to (828) 862-3497, or email it to Ted Duncan, School Director, at tduncan@brevardacademy.school.
  2. Visit our online site to complete the application process through NCTeacherMatch (teaching positions only).
  3. Review the current staff member expectations.

Attached Files:

BA CFA ApplicationPDF227.98KB

BA Expectations for Staff

Why Teach at Brevard Academy?

“I have worked in public schools for 17 of my 26 years working with kids at all levels of education. From small, medium, and large public school districts, the complexity of managing such large groups of people can be overwhelming and astonishing, not to mention the cost factor for all departments. This is particularly true in large county school settings. State testing procedures alone will lead to mass anxieties for both students’ and staff members because of the sheer large numbers. Quite often, despite their very best efforts, teachers will find themselves detached from their students for the sole and very real reason of the number of students they see per day. However, now that I am teaching at Brevard Academy, I find myself valuing the close relationships that can most definitely be more positive and successful with students and staff alike. There is something to be said in working in a small administrative system. More manageability, the less demand for multiple roles, as well as the fostering of student-teacher relationships that ultimately lead to productive and successful students of all ages. Staff members, too, will be happier at their workplace, as opportunities for their own professional and personal growth will often become more opportune.”

Current Staff member