Mission: Our mission is to ensure that all students learn the academic and personal skills they need to succeed in higher education, compete in the global economy and pursue their dreams.
Our School Vision
Mastery schools are joyful, authentic communities where students learn how to think critically and act independently so they are truly prepared for postsecondary success.
Student achievement is the civil rights issue of our time and the reason we exist. Each staff member is responsible for our students’ success.
We serve students and their families first. Our business is their success.
We do the right thing. We are fair and treat folks with respect.
Our students’ futures are at stake – we don’t give up. We do more with less. If it doesn’t work, we fix it. We find a way.
Our positive, caring culture supports student and staff success. We like fun. We love to laugh.
We face reality, communicate honestly and respectfully, and hold each other accountable.
Everybody is welcome to talk to anybody. We are open and transparent.
We seek a better way – always. We are engaged in an ongoing cycle of goal setting, action, measurement, and analysis.
We are in this together. We may disagree, but at the end of the day, we support each other 100%.
8 YEARS IN A ROW VOTED ONE OF PHILADELPHIA'S TOP WORKPLACES
From the moment you join the Mastery family, you will feel valued, respected, and supported. We’re looking to add vibrant, courageous, and dynamic members to join our efforts in reinventing public education. We work as a team to make sure our students receive the best education possible. Whether you seek to teach, lead, work with our communities or in our central office, we’d love to learn more about you.
200 HIRES FOR THE '17-'18 SCHOOL YEAR EXPECTED
You can look forward to collaboration, support & professional development, a joyful, engaging, student-centered environment, growth and leadership opportunities, rewards for success & a competitive pay scale with great benefits.
I have been working at Mastery Charter School full-time (More than 8 years)
Healthcare, Salary Compensation and opportunity to grow. When you work at Mastery they truly care about your personal growth as a teacher or leader. They provide you with Professional Development to better serve your students and they are not afraid of change. If something doesn't work, they fix it and involve staff members to provide feedback.
Longer school year (students attend for 190 days and staff is about 210)
Advice to Management
Keep taking feedback from veteran teachers, families and students to keep the organization going strong
I applied online. I interviewed at Mastery Charter School.
It was a phone interview first with the human resource director, and then an in-person interview with the principal and vice principal of the specific campus at the specific campus location. During the in-person interview you are expected to conduct a demo lesson with a topic of your choice from which you will be teaching.
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