About Flintridge Prep
At Flintridge Prep we believe middle and high school should be a time of healthy, joyful growth.
Flintridge Prep is a nationally recognized nonsectarian coed school for students in grades 7 through 12.
Located in the city of La Cañada Flintridge, CA, Prep enjoys the best of two worlds: a tree-covered suburban campus with easy access to Pasadena and all the greater Los Angeles area has to offer. The campus is very close to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the Rose Bowl and is an easy drive to Downtown LA.
Competitive Salaries and Benefits • Medical • Dental • Vision Long-term Care • Retirement Plan • Life and Disability Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Employee Assistance Program
We believe that collaboration and growth are essential to a robust learning community. Faculty and staff are encouraged to innovate and inspire—to challenge and engage with each other, and to open doors for students to do the same.
Employees undertake professional growth opportunities each year. Faculty and staff can apply for up to $5,000 in any given year and up to $7,500 over three years for professional growth funding, with additional funds available for projects that tie in with school initiatives.
- School Counselor
- High School English Teacher
- 7th and 9th Grade English Teacher
- Assistant Debate Coach
Please check back in the future for available staff positions.
Inquiries About Future Openings
Employment opportunities vary from year to year and can include teaching positions, administrative and staff positions and coaching opportunities.
If you would like to inquire about possible future openings, please direct your resume to the Associate Head of School for faculty positions; the Assistant Head for Student Life for student life positions; the school's Human Resources Department for administrative and staff positions; or the Athletic Director for coaching positions.
Join us at the Southern California Diversity Recruiting Fair in March 2024.
Flintridge Preparatory School values the representation and full engagement of individuals within our community whose differences include—but are not limited to—intellectual perspective, age, ethnicity, family makeup, gender identity and expression, physical ability, race, national and ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. The school does not discriminate on any basis in its administration of its hiring practices, educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.