Are you a gifted educator looking to teach in a school where you can flourish alongside your students? A school where you are provided with the time, resources, and support needed to teach well? A school that is not test-driven, but instead is guided and centered on relationships? The Oaks Academy might be a great fit for you.

The Oaks Academy is a Christ-centered and diverse school that offers a unique learning experience for students from all over central Indiana. Students at The Oaks thrive as they learn, grow, and engage deeply with ideas. With around 18 students per classroom and a classical, time-tested curriculum, Oaks Academy teachers are able to know and love every student entrusted to their care, and can focus on facilitating holistic, authentic learning in a collaborative, professional community. When educators like you join The Oaks Academy, they experience a renewed love of teaching.

What Sets The Oaks Academy Middle School Apart
The middle school faculty work together to encourage each student to use their voice and advocate for themselves, taking responsibility for their own learning. Middle school students are provided additional opportunities for service, leadership, learning, and growth for this wonderful age. Formal activities promoting cross-grade interactions and mentoring make the Middle School a rich community. A variety of field trips, including multiple forest days, and out-of- state field trips are opportunities to explore and enrich student learning.

Learn more about The Oaks Academy at TheOaksAcademy.org


  • Model and teach habits that help students grow in wisdom, compassion, and Christ-like maturity
  • Maintain a safe and engaging learning environment through relationships that allows students to develop a lifelong love of learning
  • Ensure students thrive as they develop strong relationships with God, others, ideas, and the world
  • Know and love each student and family to promote student growth and development
  • Facilitate student engagement with ideas and develop principled, critical thinking.
  • Actively participate in meaningful, ongoing professional learning

Bachelor’s degree required; teaching experience and teaching license preferred; devout Christian who is a member of, associated with, or seeking to be associated with, a Christ-centered community of faith or a church


  • Competitive salary
  • Opportunities for both internal (monthly) and external professional development
  • Tuition discount for your enrolled children
  • Before and aftercare, clubs, and sports discounts for your enrolled children
  • PTO and Benefits (medical, dental, vision)
  • HSA plan
  • Paid 3-week Sabbatical after 7 years of full-time teaching
  • Highly collaborative professional learning communities
  • An environment where relationships come first
  • Generous classroom expense budget
  • Supportive administration