Convent of the Sacred Heart is New York City’s oldest independent school for girls, educating students in grades Pre-K through 12. As part of an international network, we are committed to a set of principles shared by all Sacred Heart schools. Known as the “Goals and Criteria,” these principles articulate the core components of a Sacred Heart education, and charge our community with a unified educational mission.
At the heart of our philosophy is the belief that each child possesses unique gifts. Our job is to unearth those gifts, nurture them, and empower each child of the Sacred Heart to share those gifts with the global community
Physical Education Teacher
Position: Physical Education Teacher
Reports to: Head of Athletics and Wellness, Physical Education Department Chair
Date Updated: March 9, 2017
Plan and instruct physical education classes for PreK-12 students.
Supervise assistant teacher in teaching lower school PE classes.
Evaluate and assess student performance in physical education classes.
Coach a minimum of two seasons in the athletics department.
Commit to learn about and support the school's mission.
Communicate effectively with students, faculty, and parents about student progress.
Maintain good professional and collaborative relationships with colleagues.
Commit to personal growth through active participation in professional development.
Convent of the Sacred Heart is New York City's oldest independent school for girls, established in 1881 by the Society of the Religious of the Sacred Heart. Part of a worldwide network of over 150 schools committed to the mission of Sacred Heart education, the school is housed in two landmark buildings on 91st Street and Fifth Avenue. Since its inception, Convent of the Sacred Heart has been gov...erned by a strong commitment to the education of the whole child, addressing her intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional development.
The Sacred Heart community at 91st Street is committed to maintain an ongoing and respectful dialogue in all matters of equity, justice and multiculturalism and to provide a safe and constructive forum for reflection upon our actions.