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Alternative High School Teacher

Second Start

Second Start is a private non-profit educational corporation located in Concord, New Hampshire since 1971. Second Start offers a wide variety of programs designed to improve the economic and educational well-being of New Hampshire residents.

Our mission is to help people become more productive workers, family members and community citizens. We provide supportive, affordable and effective educational programs, including: adult basic education, job training and career counseling, education and training for at-risk youth, and child care services.

Alternative High School Classroom Teacher

Second Start Alternative High School is seeking an engaging and commanding certified classroom teacher to teach in a special education setting for the 2020–2021 school year. A strong candidate will be willing to teach multiple subject areas using a competency-based model that eliminates time as a factor and who embraces engagement with cross-curricular instruction and project-based assessment. Additional ideal characteristics are possessing large amounts of both humor and patience as our students are frequently frustrated and often frustrating. Our approach is to help previously unsuccessful high school students find their path to being better learners and making a successful transition to life after school. Earning their diploma is just one step along the way.

Second Start offers a competitive salary structure, ample staff development opportunities and a caring and supportive administrative team.  We are a place where many educators have found the opportunity to become the teacher they always wanted to be!

How to Apply:

Please email resumes to or mail to: AHS Search Committee at 17 Knight Street, Concord, N.H. 03301

Salary Range:

Competitive based on education and experience

Job Location:


Date Added: August 24, 2020

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