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High School Teacher Job Description

The high school instructional teacher is a highly qualified teacher responsible for the delivery of specified course content.

Duties may include, but are not limited, to:

  • Support students in their homeroom and coursework and communicate course and school requirements. This includes communicating via Kmail, phone, and Elluminate.
  • Employ asynchronous and synchronous tools to supplement course content.
  • Maintain regular office hours, to be reachable by students or parents.
  • Offer synchronous and asynchronous content and homeroom sessions to support students several times each week.
  • Augment course content in the form of remediation, modification, and enrichment.
  • Implement student's IEPs and attend IEP conferences, as needed.
  • Set deadlines for student work and grant extensions.
  • Face-to-face meetings with students and teaching adult, as scheduled. This may include in-person or online meetings.
  • Grade student work and enter grades into an online grade book in a timely manner (no more than three days without an update in grade book).
  • Ensure needed information is in CAVATest database.
  • Participate in state testing.  This includes, but is not limited to:
    • Proctoring for a three-week testing window
    • Assigning students to test sites
    • Following up with students who have not been tested
    • Helping site coordinator
    • Following up with student, parent and/or administrator if there are issues
    • Organizing testing materials 
  • Contribute to and complete student report cards.
  • Recommend promotion and retention.
  • Effectively communicate with parents. This includes, but is not limited to:
    • Calling students and parents
    • Kmailing students and parents
    • Returning phone calls/e-mails ASAP but no longer than 24 hours after the initial contact
  • Collaborate with other teachers to support student achievement and student retention.
  • Effectively communicate with teachers and administrators. This includes, but is not limited to:
    • Calling and or e-mailing teachers as needed
    • Returning phone calls/e-mails ASAP but no longer than 24 hours after the initial contact
  • Collaborate with other instructional teachers in the same content area.
  • Attending all online and in-person meetings as scheduled.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • State of California residence
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Three or more years of teaching experience
  • Appropriate state certification
  • Meet highly qualified teacher requirements as stated in No Child Left Behind
  • Shared view of the virtual academy's mission
  • Strong content and subject-matter knowledge
  • Ability to support and guide adults, as well as students
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Organization and time-management skills
  • Proficiency in MS Excel, MS Word, and Outlook, and experience using them in a professional capacity
  • Flexible schedule

 All teachers are provided with a computer, high-speed Internet access, and a second phone line. The school will only consider top candidates with relevant experience and a proven track record.