Join Our Team

Join our outstanding team of teachers and staff at Capital City! We seek dedicated and talented individuals who are committed to student success and to their own professional growth.   Why teach at Capital City?

  • Focus on Children. We are focused on our students and we invest in resources to further their growth. We believe in a whole-child approach to education and support students in growing academically, socially and emotionally to reach their full potential.


  • Collegial Atmosphere. We believe that students learn best when the adults who work with them collaborate and share with one another. Our culture of collegiality also fosters the growth and development of new staff members.


  • Strong Professional Development. To be an effective teacher, one must also be a committed learner. At Capital City, teacher learning is critical to the growth and success of our program. We provide dedicated time each week for teachers’ professional development when students are dismissed early. We provide individualized support, coaching, and external training and development opportunities.


  • Shared Leadership. We believe in shared leadership at Capital City. We provide many opportunities for teachers and staff to lead, whether they are serving on a curriculum team or leading an after school activity.


  • Competitive Salary and Benefits. We support our teachers by offering a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.


Capital City seeks applicants for the following open positions:


Open positions for school-year 2016-2017:


Open positions for school-year 2017-2018:


Become an education changemaker. Apply now for the 2016 Inspired Teacher Certification Program.  The Inspired Teacher Certification Program is a 24-month residency program of which Capital City is a host site. Residents have a full year to develop the skills of engaging diverse students, managing a classroom, and planning effective lessons. Residents are simultaneously enrolled in an alternative certification program and are able to use their in-class experience to frame their coursework in light of their real-world experience. The teachers who enter the classroom at the end of the Residency are well-prepared for the challenges of teaching in an urban, high-poverty classroom, decreasing the likelihood that they will leave the profession after a few years. The priority deadline for the application is January 18 and a final deadline of February 28. To apply, click here.

Notice of Nondiscrimination Capital City Public Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, familial status, family responsibilities, political affiliation, source of income, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities. To view our complete Notice of Nondiscrimination, click here.