We’ve created a new model for Jewish education. If you’re a teacher or administrator looking to help build a one-of-a-kind school, we invite you to join us at the American Hebrew Academy.

It takes a special person to work and live with adolescents. We take pride in teaching well beyond the boundaries of the classroom and the normal schoolroom day. We also take pride in serving as positive role models for our students.


What We Value

We are a Jewish school, but interested applicants need not be Jewish. We value academic depth, cultural breadth, excellent teaching skills, maturity, warmth, moral character, and an open personality in our teachers and staff members.

Our Integrated Curriculum

This extraordinary school seeks to educate the whole student-mind, body, and soul-through a curriculum that weaves together:

  • The humanities and the arts
  • Natural sciences and mathematics
  • Social sciences
  • Technology
  • Physical education and sports
  • Judaic studies: texts, traditions, history, practices, and values of the Jewish people



Many positions at the Academy may include housing and dining service benefits.

Direct resumes and inquiries to:

Human Resources
American Hebrew Academy
4334 Hobbs Road
Greensboro, NC 27410
FAX: 336-217-7011
The American Hebrew Academy offers a competitive salary and benefits.  The American Hebrew Academy is an equal opportunity employer.

Statement of Employment Policy

Discrimination based on an individual’s sex (including gender or pregnancy), race, color, national origin, veteran status, age, disability, sexual orientation, or other legally protected status is strictly prohibited at the American Hebrew Academy.

The Academy provides equal employment opportunities for individuals regardless of religion in most positions.  However, the Academy is committed to the growth and teaching of Jewish values, traditions, and practices of the Jewish faith to the students enrolled.  Thus, while the Academy employs many who are not Jewish, even persons who are not Jewish will be expected to demonstrate and promote Jewish values, traditions, and beliefs where necessary to meet the requirements of their positions.  There are certain positions at the Academy that require the individual employed to be Jewish in accordance with Jewish law. The Academy reserves the right to determine which positions will be held exclusively by Jewish employees to best meet the mission of the school.