The Tremont School is an independent middle and upper school currently serving grades 5-11. Over five years the school has evolved to include a new grade level each year working toward the goal of graduating the first senior class in the spring of 2018. Originally located in Weston, the Tremont School has grown and is now in its new Lexington, MA location.

We are looking for talented individuals with diverse expertise to join our team. The following positions are available:

Office Manager/Receptionist: This position involves an enormous amount of communication via the telephone, email and face-to-face, which requires someone who can exude a welcoming and friendly demeanor. We are looking for someone who relates well to a myriad of constituents: parents, children, faculty, vendors and administration. This is a full-time, year-round position. Tremont School seeks candidates who will add to the racial, cultural, and gender diversity of our school community.  For more information please download the full position description by clicking here.

Substitute Teacher: Tremont School is looking for substitute teachers at both the middle and upper school levels. The school is designed to support the academic, social and emotional development of students in a small, personalized learning community. All classes are co-taught and embrace a Living Curriculum that is responsive to the individual student’s learning needs. We value experience with project based learning, authentic assessment, and understanding individual learning styles. Everyone at Tremont is responsible for mentoring students in social and emotional areas, seeing these areas of learning as equal to academic growth.

For consideration for any of the above faculty or staff positions, please send your resume, cover letter, and list of references to:  Amanda Packard, Assistant Head of School, at

Have you dreamed about working in a school that uses your ideas, passions and experience to create a learning environment where all students and teachers thrive?

Where, on a daily basis, students are provided with a relevant context for their learning using a project-based, hands-on, thematic curriculum.

Where students and teachers learn together in a civic-minded community that highly values friendships and intellectual curiosity.

Where the school is devoted to attracting a wide variety of learning and personality styles.

Where life is considered an extension of the classroom.

If you can answer an enthusiastic yes to these questions, we want to hear from you!