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At The Academy at Penguin Hall,“I don’t know” is the catalyst that fuels learning and growth.

We believe in challenging the status quo of traditional education by encouraging freedom within a framework of meaningful rigor. By cultivating an environment that fosters and inspires continual improvement, we challenge young women to demand more from their education.

Our staff and faculty are a team of incredibly dedicated and driven individuals. We have embraced the opportunity to design education around peer-supported and time-tested educational research, but we also allow ourselves to innovate and think outside the box so that our students are supported but challenged in and out of the classroom.

We welcome employment inquiries from like-minded individuals who are motivated by the reality that innovation is born from challenge. We seek those who want to be inspired rather than managed, those with an “all-in” mindset and a roll-up-your-sleeves approach.

As a school, we embody a culture of kindness and inclusion and pride ourselves in supporting and serving each other each day. Summer months are dedicated to collegial work, professional development, “bigger picture” collaboration, student support and enrichment. If you appreciate continuous dialogue and revel in interdisciplinary collaboration, we want to hear from you.

We are currently looking for individuals with in-depth experience in a variety of areas, including:

Do you want to make a difference in the life of a teenager? Do you have the desire to be a leader and a mentor of young women? The Academy at Penguin Hall is seeking a responsible, positive, hard working role model with a passion for working closely with high school students to provide transformative experiences in our five day boarding school. House parents have the primary responsibility to create a family-style living space in the dorm and at meals. By creating our students’ “home away from home” house parents serve as an important caregiver for their assigned students and become observers and advocates for their needs.

APH House Parents participate in supervision of student activities, transportation, and essential functions of the Boarding Program. They work with the school leadership to create a safe, healthy and positive environment that fosters a culture of academic excellence, social growth and community.  This is a position during the academic year that includes housing and three delicious meals per day. Main responsibilities are Monday through Friday during afternoons, and evenings.  The house parent is a position with summer opportunities and reports to the Dean of Student Life.

The ideal candidate:

  • Prior House Parent Experience 
  • Approachable and caring; a good listener
  • Organized, efficient, detail-oriented
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills
  • Flexible and a quick thinker
  • A safe and responsible driver


  • Typical schedule is Sunday night to Friday morning
  • Participate in the after-school life of the students including evening meal time and evening study hall.
  • Provide active supervision of students.
  • Comfortable with a disciplinary role and leading by example
  • Complete necessary paperwork and duty reporting for scheduled shifts.
  • Participate in the planning and executing activities for the students during the week.
  • Works in collaboration with other staff on large scale programming events on and off campus.

Qualified Applicants should submit resume to:

Adrienne Stinson,

If you share our vision and are interested in joining our team, please tell us a little about yourself and email your resume to:

We look forward to meeting you.