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Who We Are

At The Waldorf School of Baltimore, we prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion as we work together to provide an inspiring contemporary Waldorf education. Our committed faculty, supportive community, and exceptional programs ensure that every student receives a holistic education that nurtures their intellectual, emotional, and creative potential.

Job Opportunities

We are currently seeking passionate individuals to join our team and help us fulfill our mission of inspiring and educating children to think, feel, and act with depth, imagination, and purpose. If you are dedicated to excellence in education and are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive community, we invite you to explore the following opportunities:

  • Seventh Grade Class Teacher
  • Early Childhood Lead Teacher
  • Early Childhood Assistant Teacher
  • Full Time Eurythmy Teacher
  • Part-Time (60%) Art/Woodshop Teacher

Seventh Grade Class Teacher

Join our collaborative faculty as a Middle School Teacher for a well-formed 7th grade class, guiding them through to 8th grade graduation. Candidates should possess a bachelor’s degree, completed or willing to enroll in Waldorf teacher training, and teaching experience. Salaries range from $40,000 to $60,000, with comprehensive benefits including medical and dental plans, tuition remission, retirement plans, and professional development support. For full job description and application details, please refer to below attachments.

Early Childhood Lead Teacher

We are seeking a dedicated Lead Early Childhood Teacher for the 2024-25 school year to join our dynamic school community. The ideal candidate will guide young children through their formative years, nurturing their growth with an engaging and supportive classroom environment that aligns with the principles of Anthroposophy. This role involves developing and presenting the Early Childhood curriculum in an age-appropriate manner, while nurturing each child's social, emotional and physical growth as well as the class's collective development. The Lead Early Childhood Teacher will collaborate closely with colleagues and the broader community to support the school's mission. Candidates should hold a bachelor's degree and have completed or be willing to enroll in Waldorf teacher training. Prior teaching experience in a Waldorf early childhood setting is preferred. We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package, including tuition remission, health insurance, and a retirement plan. If you are passionate about shaping young minds and committed to the Waldorf approach, we encourage you to apply. For full job description and application details, please refer to the attachments. For full job description and application details, please refer to below attachments.

Early Childhood Assistant Teacher

The Early Childhood Assistant Teacher will assist the Lead Teacher with all aspects of caring for students, ages 2.5 - 6 years, while providing a safe, nurturing, and orderly environment which meets the needs of the children in their care. The EC Assistant Teacher should be friendly, open, well-spoken, warm, and have an interest in Waldorf Early Childhood education. In order to create a harmonious environment, flexibility, presence, and a cooperative spirit are essential for the children to receive the teacher and assistant as a guiding unit. Outdoor play is part of the daily Early Childhood program, and the EC Assistant Teacher should come prepared for all sorts of outdoor activities and weather.. For more information on responsibilities and how to apply, please see the attached job description.

Full Time Eurythmy Teacher

Join our thriving eurythmy program as a full-time teacher, guiding students from Nursery to Grade 8 in this rich and engaging art form. Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree, eurythmy training from an accredited program, and a passion for enriching children’s lives through movement and expression. Salary is commensurate with experience, and benefits include medical and dental plans, tuition remission, retirement plans, and professional development support. Full job description and application instructions are provided below.

Part Time Art/Woodshop Teacher

The Art/Woodwork Teacher is a part-time role focused on teaching art to grades 3-8 students, emphasizing sculptural and two-dimensional forms using mediums such as beeswax, clay, metal, wood, watercolors, and drawing. Additionally, the position curates gallery shows exposing students' work to the Baltimore community and integrates artistic activities into academic themes. Students develop skills in woodworking, clay sculpting, watercolor painting, drawing, and linoleum printing, fostering problem-solving, self-discipline, and self-confidence in creative expression with the aim of impacting other areas of their lives positively. Full job description and application instructions are provided below.

How to Apply

To apply for any of the above positions, please send a cover letter and resume to Sharon Polchies, Academic Director, at For inquiries or more information, you can reach Sharon Polchies at 410-367-6808 ext. 209.

Join us at The Waldorf School of Baltimore and be part of a community committed to nurturing the minds, hearts, and spirits of our students while fostering a culture of respect, tolerance, and acceptance for all. We look forward to welcoming you to our team!

Attached Documents: 
Job Description -Middle School Class Teacher_2022.pdf
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Substitute Teacher 2023.pdf
Document is 11168.52KB and was uploaded on 26 Jul.
Eurythmy Teacher.pdf
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Art Teacher part time.pdf
Document is 1244.28KB and was uploaded on 18 Mar.
CG Assistant 2023.pdf
Document is 9585.51KB and was uploaded on 15 Apr.
Job Description CG Lead Teacher 2024.pdf
Document is 19218.00KB and was uploaded on 15 Apr.