Working at Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart may be one of the most rewarding jobs you will have in your career. Heart isn't just in our name—it's in our blood. At Stuart, we support one another because each one wants everyone to succeed.
Stuart is an independent girls' day school for Jr. K-12 with a co-ed Early Childhood Program in Princeton, New Jersey. Part of an international community of Sacred Heart schools, Stuart is an independent Catholic school that welcomes and embraces students of all faiths and backgrounds.
The Stuart community is characterized by religious, racial, and ethnic diversity. Since 1963 Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart has had a continued commitment to enroll a talented, motivated, and diverse student body from every economic and social background by providing financial aid to students at all grades.
The faculty members of the school, with advanced degrees from selective colleges and universities around the world, are extraordinarily talented and dedicated.
In the Heart of Central New Jersey
Stuart is located just minutes from downtown Princeton and Princeton University. Situated half-way between New York City (50 miles) and Philadelphia (45 miles), the location offers easy access to other academic, scientific, technological and medical institutions for spousal employment, as well as options for graduate study, culture, travel, and quality of life.
Stuart actively seeks employees with professional expertise who are dedicated to helping students fully develop their abilities through a rigorous curriculum, deeply rooted in the Goals and Criteria of the Sacred Heart.
Diversity and Inclusion
An Equal Opportunity Employer, Stuart seeks candidates who will add to the diversity of our school community and candidates who demonstrate skills in cross-cultural teaching and leadership practices, and a dedication to working in a diverse community. The school seeks candidates who:
- Communicate effectively with diverse populations
- Create an inclusive classroom/work environment
- Use multicultural teaching/leadership methods, materials and resources that reflect multiple perspectives
- Engage in professional development opportunities to further develop inclusive teaching and leadership practices