Committed to Excellence
St. Mary's Catholic School is committed to the safety and well-being of all the students entrusted to us. Therefore, for consideration for employment or volunteer work the requirements outlined on this page must be met.
If you are a highly qualified professional who is a creative, caring, competent and committed educator interested in a challenging and productive career in Catholic Education, St. Mary's might be the right fit for you.
Both employees and volunteers must fill out the Archdiocesan Application and abide by the Code of Conduct. In addition, all employees and volunteers must have passed Criminal Background Checks and participated in the Archdiocesan Safe Environments training. The background check is processed by the administrative staff of St. Mary's. The Safe Environment Training is conducted on site by the adminstative staff of St. Mary's.
Application for employment and volunteers available in the office (only teaching positions MUST complete the first page):
Please fill out COMPLETELY and print to turn in to the school office during normal business hours.
If you scroll down to the Application Process below, you can log directly into the Archdiocesan website and fill in the document online.
Please read the entire Archdiocesan Code of Conduct (be prepared to answer questions about it) available in the office.
St. Mary’s Catholic School does not discriminate regardless of race, color, ethnic background, social or economic status, or sex. Since we are a religiously oriented school for the Catholic community, we give preference to members of the Roman Catholic Church, but we also welcome members of other denominations after our own community is served.
Archdiocesan application for Employment / Volunteers is available at the bottom of the linked page below on the right-hand side:
The Archdiocesan Code of Conduct must be read, and the signature sheet, printed out, signed and submitted with the completed application. This is available at:
The application must include three references to be checked in conjunction with a Criminal Background Check through the Archdiocesan Office of Safe Environments.
If applying for a teaching position, please include your resume with the application, and your signed signature page of the Code of Conduct.
Upon receipt of this documentation an interview will be scheduled with the principal.
If you would like more information about one of the positions posted below or have questions regarding the hiring process, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.