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The Seven Hills School is located in two eclectic suburban neighborhoods in Greater Cincinnati. Our Hillsdale Campus is located at 5400 Red Bank Road in Madisonville and our Doherty Campus is located at 2726 Johnstone Place in East Walnut Hills.




Candidates should send a cover letter (mentioning you are a CS&A candidate, if applicable), resume, three letters of recommendation, and a copy of university transcripts to Andi Guess, administrative assistant to the Head of School, at or mail materials to Andi Guess at The Seven Hills School, 5400 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, OH 45227.

Seven Hills is an independent, nonsectarian college preparatory school.

The Seven Hills School is an equal opportunity employer.

2018-19 openings

Long-Term Substitute Teacher-5th Grade Math

The Seven Hills School is seeking an energetic, experienced, and team-oriented long term fifth grade math and social studies teacher for a position that starts in February for 12 weeks.

The position involves teaching math and social studies in a semi-departmental structure at the Lotspeich School on our Hillsdale campus.  There are two sections of fifth grade, each arranged into a homeroom of approximately 17 students.  The pair of fifth grade teachers work very closely together in a grade-level team, alongside subject specialists in art, music, drama, physical education, Spanish, and library and research skills,

One homeroom teacher teaches all of the language arts.  The other teacher, the position listed here, involves teaching math and social studies. 

Social studies classes are taught in homeroom cohorts.  In addition to geography and map skills, primary and secondary source reading, and research skills, the course is organized around a sustained, year-long immersive study of the colonial United States, beginning with the Age of Exploration through the drafting of the Constitution.  The course includes extended research projects and elaborate inter-disciplinary simulations of colonial life. 

Math classes are taught in ability groups, with supplementary support of a math enrichment specialist.  The program focuses on consolidating the computation and problem-solving skills necessary to prepare students for pre-algebra in grade six.  The classroom is rich in technological tools and manipulative materials to help make concepts more concrete.


Substitute teachers are needed for pre-kindergarten through 12th grade in a range of disciplines. Substitutes are paid $100 per day. The day begins at 8 a.m. and ends at 3:30p.m. Candidates should be college graduates.

Once received, materials will be forwarded to the divisional substitute coordinators for review. They will contact candidates should they have questions regarding an application.