Join our Team!

Due to the nature of our purpose and content, we are strict and specific in faculty qualifications.‚Äč

  • All faculty must be members in good standing with an Orthodox Christian Church that is in communion with the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America ( We do not put this requirement on students.
  • If there is a desire to teach an Orthodox studies class (Lives of the Saints, Sacraments, etc), then the applicant must be clergy or have a post-secondary certificate/degree higher in Orthodox Theological Studies. Examples include an Orthodox seminary, St. Stephen’s Certificate Program, etc. At the discretion of the dean and on a case-by-case basis, monastics may be exempt from this requirement.
  • If a layperson or minor clergy, letter of recommendation from the parish priest AND father confessor (if not the same person).
  • If a deacon, letter of recommendation from the parish priest may be required.
  • If an Antiochian priest, a private interview with the dean may be required.
  • If a clergy from another jurisdiction, the dean may require a letter of recommendation from the applicant’s respective hierarchy or pertinent ecclesiastical authority.


All job openings are part time contract-based, remote (work from home)‚Äč

We estimate the weekly commitment at 60-90 minutes according to a 16-week semester schedule.‚Äč

Compensation: All positions are paid 75% of student tuition. Our teachers also receive a scholarship toward any of their children enrolled with SAA, paying only $75 per class/student for the year.  

Our classes have 5-14 students. We have three tuition tiers. The higher tuition rate is for core subjects: Elementary school, Middle School, and High School, that meet twice a week.  Orthodox Studies, and General electives are in the second tier for the year. Half semester classes are in the third tier.
+ The first tier tuition is $473 for each class per student for the whole academic year enrolled in Elementary, Middle School, and High School subjects. This is for classes that meet twice a week.
+ The second tier tuition is $352 for each class per student for the whole academic year for classes that meet once a week, such as our Orthodox study courses and General electives.
+ The third tier tuition is $176 for one-semester classes per student enrolled that meet once a week.

+ Keim Time Learning (prerecorded) program is $220 for 32 weeks of daily lessons.
We have a no interest 10 month payment plan to pay for tuition.  Clergy Family Discounts pay in full at the time of registration.

  • Monthly paychecks per semester: Fall: September, October, November, December & Spring: January, February, March, and April.
  • The tuition/compensation breakdown would look like this:
  • 2-day, 2-semester classes: $473/354.75 (tuition/compensation)
  • 1-day, 2-semester classes: $352/264 (tuition/compensation)
  • 1-semester classes: $176/132 (tuition/compensation)
  • (KiemTime Learning will increase to $220)
  • Teacher Family Scholarship¬†is $75 per student/course

To apply, please send an email to with the following information:

  • Name
  • Phone
  • Curricula Vitae/resume (show your qualifications to teach the subject area)
  • Which subjects you want to teach (in order)‚Äč
  • Preference for middle or high school
  • Why you are interested in this position
  • Your jurisdiction, parish membership, pastor‚Äôs name, and contact information
  • A letter of recommendation is not required until a job offer is extended.