Rowland Hall is an independent school serving 930 students from 2PreK through twelfth grade on two campuses in Salt Lake City. Founded as an Episcopal school in 1867, Rowland Hall has been an independent institution since 1933. Rowland Hall’s mission is “to inspire students to lead ethical and productive lives through a college preparatory program that promotes the pursuit of academic and personal excellence.” The school offers a progressive education that includes a rigorous academic program, excellence in the arts, competitive athletic programs, and a nurturing and inclusive community. Located near the base of the stunning Wasatch mountain range and adjacent to the University of Utah, a world-class research university and medical center, Rowland Hall attracts a diverse community of families who may be third generation Utahns or recent transplants choosing Salt Lake for its recreational and cultural opportunities.
Rowland Hall Middle School (grades 6-8) serves 200+ students and is focused on the academic, emotional, and social growth of students. In recent years, teachers have integrated more interdisciplinary learning, experiential and field studies, and have worked with our Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Director of Technology Integration, Director of Ethical Education, and Middle School Academic Dean to enhance their skills and practices in the classroom. The Middle School runs a 1-1 iPad program with Apple TVs in each classroom and most teachers host their curriculum in Google Classroom. The Middle School has a strong culture for experiential education including grade level class trips in the fall, five afternoons of Winter Sports, and a growing interest in opportunities for outdoor education.
Instructing?: Lead instruction of four sections of 15-20 students of 6th grade Math in a 7-day rotating schedule with hour-long classes.
Advising?: Facilitate one advisory period and five study halls/connections periods per week, and communicate with advisees and their families regarding their academic, social, and emotional growth.
Learning/Collaborating?: Utilize one class rotating period (5 of 7 days) to collaborate with grade level, department, division, and all-school colleagues and/or develop skills outlined in an individualized professional growth plan.
Communicating?: Keep open lines of communication (listening, writing, speaking) with colleagues, students, and families.
Contributing?: Fulfill duties (recess, lunch supervision, etc.) as assigned and serving on all-school committees as requested or desired.