Careers

Teaching Faculty

What we do

Joining New Hampton School means becoming a part of a globally-minded community that pushes you to challenge yourself, your curiosity, and your expectations of teaching and learning. 

A full-time faculty member at New Hampton School participates in all facets of boarding school life. Believing teachable moments occur across our campus and at all times of the day or evening, we ask each faculty member to work in the classroom, co-curricular arena, residential life program, and as an advisor.  
 
Our full-time faculty members perform the following duties:

  • Teach four content area classes or tutor five class periods;
  • Advise six students;
  • Perform residential life duties as a member of a four-person team;
  • Provide co-curricular responsibilities during two of three seasons.

We believe in our teachers

New Hampton School is dedicated to the professional development of their faculty colleagues and encourages them to continue their studies and to enrich their learning. Among the support available include opportunities such as:

  • Mentor programming during your first year;
  • On-campus professional development workshops several times per year;
  • Dedicated faculty department heads, Dean of Faculty, and administration team;
  • Support for AP certifications;
  • Support for IB certifications and ongoing workshops;
  • Structured professional development applications that ensure accessible opportunities to a diverse group of faculty annually.

Contact Us

Applications for teaching positions should send a resume, cover letter, and recommendations to: 

Jessica MacLeod '02
Dean of Faculty
jmacleod@newhampton.org

Current Openings

Applications for Co-Curriculars positions should send a resume, cover letter, and recommendations to: 

Jamie Arsenault
Director of Athletics and Co-Curriculars
jarsenault@newhampton.org

Co-Curricular Positions



Field Hockey

Free-Ski

Ice Hockey

Technical Theater

Meghan Aronson is an English teacher, coach, house parent and advisor at New Hampton School. She takes pride in her role as an advisor to a group of students, engaging with them weekly, if not more.

Quick Facts

Founded: 1821
School Focus: College Prep
Grades Offered: 9-12 & PG
School Type: Co-ed
Campus Size: 340 acres
Student Body: 325
Boarding students: 260
Day students: 65
Countries Represented: 30
States Represented: 27
Interscholastic Sports: 17
Arts Offerings: 21
Student/Teacher Ratio: 5:1
Average Class Size: 11
AP Courses: 4
International Baccalaureate: Diploma Program (49 courses)
Academic Support: 1:1 and Small Group Tutorials

Meet the Recruiting Team

Jessica MacLeod '02, Dean of Faculty

What do you enjoy most about teaching?

I really like connecting with my students and allowing them to take charge of their own learning. I love it when they are curious, creative, and interact with their peers. When my role is to stand by and watch them be the leaders of the classroom, I feel like this is the best moment in the class. 

What do you look forward to as an advisor?

I look forward to creating a trusting relationship with students. When I can joke, inspire, be a listener or be a guide for a student outside the walls of the classroom, I feel as if a student is starting to become the person they want to be. 

Why do you choose New Hampton School?

The community. I love that the faculty never settle down for something comfortable; they always want to learn and try new ideas in their classroom. I love that our faculty truly love being with our students and supporting them. The students are amazing in so many different ways, and I love that we can see so many students succeed in their interests. 

Jonathan Schwab, Director of Strategic Initiatives

What do you enjoy most about teaching?

I enjoy seeing the growth in my students as they learn to engage with the world around them. Students are unpretentious and willing to be vulnerable and collaborate with each other in the learning process. Students are always willing to help each other and want the best for themselves and their peers. 

What do you look forward to as an advisor?

The connection I have with my advisees is something truly special. From the freshmen overnight to the 4-year student lunch when they are seniors, being able to travel through high school with the same group of students and see them grow is remarkable. 

Why do you choose New Hampton School?

New Hampton Schools allows me to grow every day as a teacher. It has afforded me opportunities to stretch while being supported by a family of colleagues who are all pulling in the same direction to make our school and community better.

Jennifer McMahon P'12, '13, '16, '21, Interim Director of Studies

What do you enjoy most about teaching?

I like guiding the students through the process of learning so they discover their strengths and allow themselves to appreciate their abilities and potential.

What do you look forward to as an advisor?

I look forward to watching my advisees mature from young, nervous freshmen to confident seniors who appreciate all the special moments we have had together as an advisee group.

Why do you choose New Hampton School?

I choose New Hampton because of all the authentic relationships I have cultivated over the years with students, parents, and all of the Husky community.

Equal Employment Opportunities

New Hampton School believes that equal opportunity for all employees is important for the continuing success of our organization.

The School will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis including, but not limited to: veteran status, marital status, physical or mental disability, race, age, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, or national origin. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, benefits, and training.
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