Georgia Charter Schools Association

Ivy Preparatory Academies – Various Positions

Ivy Preparatory Schools Network is looking for energetic education professionals to fill more than 24 teaching and support positions in its metro area charter school campuses.

The job vacancies will help to meet the needs of the growing enrollment at Ivy Prep’s single-gender schools, Ivy Preparatory Academy Gwinnett, Ivy Preparatory Academy Kirkwood School for Girls, and Ivy Preparatory Young Men’s Leadership Academy. 

IPA schools have extended days, an extended year, and a challenging college preparatory curriculum. The mission of IPA schools is to help prepare scholars to enter and succeed in the colleges and universities of their choice. 

The following positions are available at Ivy Prep Gwinnett, the flagship charter school for girls, which is located at 3705 Engineering Drive, Peachtree Corners:

  • High School Success Coach
  • High School Math teacher (9th – 12th)
  • Special Education teacher
The following positions are available at Ivy Prep Kirkwood, which has separate schools for girls and boys at 1807 Memorial Drive, Atlanta.
Ivy Prep Kirkwood School for Girls
  • First Grade Teacher
  • Third Grade Teacher (2)
  • Middle School Science Teacher
Ivy Prep Young Men’s Leadership Academy 
  • First Grade Teacher
  • Second Grade Teacher (2)
  • Third Grade Teacher (2)
  • Fourth Grade Teacher
  • Fifth Grade Teacher
  • Middle School English Language Arts Teacher
  • Eighth Grade English Language Arts Teacher
  • Eighth Grade Math Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher
Kirkwood Shared Staff
  • Ivy Bound Teacher
  • Music Teacher
  • High School English Language Arts Teacher
  • High School Math Teacher
  • Physical Fitness Teacher (3)
IPA Network
  • Director of Technology 
IPA provides educational choice to a diverse group of students including those in middle-income households in neighborhoods burdened with crime, poverty, and low expectations for kids.  In 2012, Ivy Prep Gwinnett was the only public middle school in Gwinnett County to be named a “rewards school” for high-test performance among minority and low-income students. Last year, IPA earned accreditation from SACS, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

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