30+ days ago


Knoxville, TN


The Christian Academy of Knoxville (CAK) teacher must be a spiritually sensitive individual who understands the mission and philosophy of the school. ...

Job Requirements

Essential duties and responsibilities include teaching all levels of science to middle school students by performing the following duties:


Experience teaching Life Science. 

Instruct students by lecturing, demonstrating, and using audiovisual aids, hands-on experiments and other materials to supplement presentations.

Prepare course objectives and outline for course of study following curriculum guidelines or requirements of state and school.

Assign lessons and correct homework.

Administer tests to evaluate student progress, record results, and issue reports to inform parents of progress.

Keep attendance records.

Maintain discipline in the classroom.

Meet with parents to discuss student progress and issues.

Actively participate in faculty and professional meetings, educational conferences and teacher training workshops.

Perform related duties such as sponsoring one or more activities or student organizations, assisting students in selecting course of study, and counseling for academic problems and/or adjustments.



Christian Academy of Knoxville is characterized by:


A mature student culture, opportunities for leadership,

A beautiful 77-acre campus, strong academic credentials,

Consistently positive parent and alumni feedback, expanding facilities, and

A personal, spirit-led, focused learning environment



CAK admits students of any race, national origin, and gender and does not discriminate on these bases in its educational policies, financial aid, and co-curricular and school-administered programs.


CAK is a non-denominational Christian school that is committed to partnering with Christian families. Our desire is to create and enhance a Christian community that compliments and supplements each family’s church participation AND seeks to stand alongside each family to support in any way possible. We are intentional in our approach to educating students in a way that reflects relationships, excellence, and service all to the glory of God. This distinction guides our curriculum as we seek to help students develop a Biblical worldview and integrate their faith into the various disciplines of study. Students come from more than 100 different denominations. This diversity provides a backdrop to challenge students through chapels and Bible curriculum, as well as numerous opportunities to practice their faith through serving others.