Doane Stuart

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Doane Stuart serves students in grades Early Childhood through Twelve. Faculty and staff are curious intellectually, flexible, and collaborative, and they view education as an engaging vocation. Our students are fun and kind, and they love to be challenged and viewed as confident individuals. As an interfaith school, Doane Stuart welcomes people of all backgrounds and faiths.


Current Vacancies Include:

We are always accepting applications for teaching positions.  Please send your resume and cover letter to Yoko Segerstrom at [email protected].

Faculty Positions

The school expects candidates to have a willingness and ability to use differentiated instruction in the classroom. Teachers utilize a student-centered pedagogy and technology as a teaching tool as well as a student resource. The successful candidate will be part of a close-knit teaching and learning community. A high degree of teamwork, collaboration, and communication are a must; a sense of humor is appreciated. Doane Stuart values high initiative, creativity, and flexibility.

There are currently no open Faculty positions.


Staff Positions

There are currently no open Staff positions.

About Doane Stuart School . . . Doane Stuart was established in 1975, as an Early Childhood – Grade 12, coeducational college preparatory school, with the merger of two Albany schools—Kenwood Academy, founded in 1852, and St. Agnes School, founded in 1870—that were rooted in the Roman Catholic and Episcopal traditions. The resulting organization is a place where students of all faiths grow and learn together. The school’s emphasis is interfaith; most faiths are celebrated, and students learn about all the world’s major religions. Students are asked to understand why so many people in the world choose a life of faith; they are urged to study many religions, but not required to choose one. The community is based on tolerance and respect. It is a place to grow your mind and build your heart. As a co-educational interfaith school, we welcome students of all backgrounds and traditions. We celebrate diversity, and we provide a nurturing yet challenging environment that prepares students for today’s global Community. The Doane Stuart School is accredited by the New York State Association of Independent Schools, and holds memberships in the National Association of Independent Schools, National Association of Episcopal Schools, National Association for College Admission Counseling, and the College Board.

Statement of Nondiscrimination Policy

The Doane Stuart School admits students of any race, religion, color, national and ethnic origin, and sexual preference to all the rights, privileges, and programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School.  It does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, or sexual preference, nor in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other School-administered programs.