Interested in working for Summit???

Summit Learning Charter is looking to hire only the best educators to be a part of our team.  We anticipate 2 instructional positions and 2 education assistants will be added to our full time staff for the 2017/18 school year.

Please check back over the next few weeks to see other postings come available.


There is nothing quite like Summit Learning Charter.

Ten years ago we assembled a team of teachers and administrators with a completely unique vision for virtual education. We are not a monolithic national enterprise that turns teachers into tutors, nor are we a flimsy, last ditch attempt to maintain student enrollment.

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Instead, we are an intentional, visionary, teacher-empowering, hybrid school that is challenging the conventional wisdom about how virtual schools can function. That’s why enrollment, student retention, credit completion, and our graduation rate have risen steadily since our inception. It’s why not a single one of those original teachers has left to seek employment elsewhere, even during this national teacher shortage. It’s also why we are looking to add to our dynamic team! Here are some of the many reasons we love working here.
Our teachers are liberated to play to their strengths. Some create their own virtual curriculum. Some lead international learning experiences. Some help immerse students in living history. Some teach robotics, music, coding, PE, or art. If you are looking for a flexible, inspiring career that you can be proud of, you’ve found it. COME JOIN US!

Working for Summit Staff

  • “I appreciate the flexibility of working remotely as well as on site.”
  • “We help students who have not been successful in a traditional school setting.”
  • “The students – the diverse, socially awkward, smart, funny students.”
  • “The close interpersonal relationships with staff, students, and parents.”
  • “I have been allowed to have a flattering amount of responsibility.”