At Friendship Public Charter School, we believe all children residing in the nation’s capital deserve a world-class education that promotes academic excellence and cultivates ethical, literate and well-rounded citizens.
Friendship Public Charter School is looking for talented educators and staff that believe the same! Someone just like YOU. Friendship PCS is now accepting applications for the 2019-20 school year.
As the largest charter school network in Washington, D.C., Friendship Public Charter School serves more than 4,300 scholars. Our student population is diverse and culturally rich. Our network of charter schools, which encompasses several neighborhoods within Washington, D.C., offers exceptional opportunities for teachers. We believe teachers and staff members like you shape the future, and we are committed to innovative instruction and programs that are aligned to core standards. Friendship Public Charter School provides a supportive and dynamic environment for making a difference in young lives and enriching the student-teacher experience.
Compensation, Benefits and Employee Well-Being
Friendship teachers receive a robust benefits package and compensation that are among the highest across public schools in DC. In addition to health, dental, vision, life and a 403(b) retirement plan (with a match), Friendship employees may elect to participate in other plans to help enhance their quality of life. We also offer paid parental leave.
Teachers participate in content-specific professional development opportunities at their campus and across our network.
Friendship recognizes employees for outstanding work in pursuit of our mission. We offer programs like our Teacher of the Year Award, CEO Award and reward for advanced degree attainments.
Friendship teachers receive a robust benefits package and with compensation competitive above D.C. and the nation.
Teachers contribute to our community based upon their unique expertise and interests. They may introduce innovative activities, participate in curriculum writing or strategic planning.
Every Friendship graduate is accepted to a four-year college or university. That’s worth celebrating – and worth the commitment it takes to stay on top. Do you have what it takes?
Be a part of the Friendship family – a strong community of professionals making a difference in education.
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When you work at a successful school, you get to see the faces of the scholars you have impacted and for whom you're advocating.
Friendship Public Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment in, its programs and activities. For more information, click here.