Thank you for your interest in Maranatha High School!

Working at Maranatha will give you an opportunity to become part of one of the finest college preparatory, Christian high schools in the area. The successful candidate will not only possess the requisite academic and spiritual preparation but also have a passion for affecting the lives of young people for Jesus Christ. We invite you to be a part of an exciting ministry at Maranatha High School.

See below for a list and details of current openings.

Positions Available

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  • Associate Director of International Students

    The role of the Associate Director of International Students is to assist and support the International Student Director with the international admissions process and the administration of the International Program, specifically the Homestay program at Maranatha High School. This position involves being detail oriented, able to multi-task and communicate effectively with international/domestic parents, Homestay families, students, agents and agencies, schools, and other Maranatha personnel who assist with the international program.

    Please click here to apply.
  • Chemistry Teacher (Part Time 60%)

    The Chemistry Teacher is the primary person in the classroom to present instruction of course content, facilitate learning opportunities and assess student participation and achievement. Teachers are a critical component of the success of Maranatha High School and each individual student, and are expected to comply with the job duties and expectations set forth below or as assigned by School Administration from time to time.

    This position is part-time, or 60% of full time, teaching three classes.

    Please click here to apply.
  • Coaching Positions

    Head Track and Field Coach

    Maranatha is seeking a Head Boys and Girls Track and Field Coach with a dynamic Christian testimony and passionate commitment to our mission. Maranatha's coaches are instrumental in fostering student personal growth and development both on and off the field.

  • Substitute Teachers

    Substitute Teachers  Continuous recruiting for part time positions

    Maranatha is seeking Substitute teachers with a dynamic Christian testimony and commitment to educating students. Strong substitutes will be instrumental in supporting our faculty on an as-needed basis.

    Please click here to apply.

Core Subject (CS) Applications

English ~ Math ~ Performing Arts ~ Physical Education ~ Science ~ Social Studies ~ Theology ~ Visual Arts ~ World Languages

By completing an application for MHS's Core Subjects, you are aware that there is not a current opening in your preferred subject area at this time. Once completed, your application will remain on file. Should a position become available, your application will be reviewed at that time and you will be contacted with a status update once the review is complete.

Please click here to apply.

Human Resources

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Tim Veltkamp:

I have been associated with Maranatha since the spring semester of 2015 when I was a college intern. This eventually led to being hired as an English teacher by fall 2016. The past three years of teaching at Maranatha has been, not only a blessing, but a privilege. What makes Maranatha stand out from other schools I have interacted with is the community of teachers that I get to work with every day. They have become my friends, my supporters, and my mentors. The way that the faculty interacts with students shows authentic, Christ-like care and love that continues faithfully day in and day out.

Kimi Nahigian:

I have worked as a faculty member at Maranatha for eight years, and during that time I have worked as a math teacher, volleyball coach, softball coach, and currently as the Educational Technology Specialist. The best part about my job is the relationships that I have the opportunity to form with students and colleagues. I love helping students reach the "Aha I get it!" moment in math and seeing how God has gifted each and every one of our students. The friendships that I have formed with faculty are a daily blessing and it is an understatement to say that I LOVE coming to work here!
It is the policy and practice of Maranatha High School not to discriminate in the admission of students and/or hiring of employees on the basis of an individual’s race, color, ethnicity, national origin, marital status, disability, sex, or age.