A coeducational day school serving students JK-12


At Latin, we understand that our teachers are the heart of the school. They provide context, content and coherence to the learning environment, serve as role models and shape students' lives forever. Believing in each student's ability to achieve, and recognizing the many varied gifts of children, our faculty create myriad opportunities for our students' success.

It is Latin's goal to attract, recruit and retain an exceptional faculty that is inspiring, diverse and committed to the school's mission. We support our teachers by welcoming them into an environment that encourages them to excel and by maintaining a generous salary and benefits package that helps them to flourish and grow.

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Why You Should Work at Latin

Leadership Job Opportunities

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Middle School Director

Reporting to the Head of School, the Director of Middle School (grades 5–8) will be an integral part of the senior leadership team, and they will work collaboratively to help guide Latin School of Chicago into the future.

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Assistant Head of School

The Assistant Head of School is a key member of the senior administrative team and will oversee the following departments: Academic Affairs; Athletics; Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Medical and Nursing; Student Life; Social Emotional Learning, Student Auxiliary Programs, and Wellness.

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More Job Opportunities


Latin School of Chicago embraces diversity of people, cultures, and ideas and is an equal opportunity employer. Electronic applications preferred. No phone inquiries, please.

Summer at Latin Openings

We hire the most creative, playful, dedicated people for our dynamic Summer at Latin team.

High Jump Openings

High Jump was established in 1989 as a cooperative program at Latin School of Chicago in collaboration with Francis W. Parker School and funding from the Lloyd A. Fry Foundation.

High Jump equalizes access to education for Chicago middle school students who exhibit academic ambition and potential and who are of limited economic means.

Directions & Parking

Latin is easily accessible via public transportation, either by bus or by train. If you choose to drive to Latin, there are many parking options near the school.


Our Faculty & Staff Ignite Learning

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