Forte Prep seeks founders for the Fall of 2017, when our school will open with 90 5th graders. We are looking for results­-oriented, energized, collaborative, and creative professionals who want to engage in the challenging work of growing a school that will prepare students for college and a life of opportunity.

Founding a school is hard work, and we will need all hands on deck to bring Forte Prep's vision into reality. We can't just play the game, we must change the game on behalf of our students, families, and community. Join us.

Our team can expect a robust professional development program to help them become the type of educator or staff member our students need to reach their highest potential. Founding a school is hard work, and we will need all hands on deck to bring Forte Prep's vision into reality.

Our commitments to you are as follows:

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WE ARE COMMITTED TO PREPARATION FOR HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE AND BEYOND. 

Literacy and math are at the heart of a world-class education, open doors to college and lives of opportunity, and therefore underpin everything that we do.

We are committed to excellent teaching and learning. 

High-quality teachers are critical to creating and sustaining a culture of excellence and building academic success for every student, in every class, every day. 

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WE ARE COMMITTED TO UNLOCKING POTENTIAL IN EVERY STUDENT.

We focus on creative and digital enrichment, remediation, and individualization based on data. We build bridges between where students start and where their greatest dreams lie.

We are 100% committed to promoting diversity in our school community. 

Located in the most diverse borough (Queens) in its most diverse neighborhoods (East Elmhurst/Jackson Heights/North Corona), Forte Prep seeks to reflect and honor the diversity of our community within the walls of our school.

The following opportunities are currently open (active links in green): 

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to hiring@forteprep.org and specify the role in the Subject Line.