If you've got Georgia on your mind, teaching in the Peach State can be a sweet gig!

Teaching Jobs in Atlanta

Atlanta, the Capital of the South, is home to friendly people, thriving industries, and esteemed educational institutions. Fortune 500 companies, major sports teams, innovative restaurants, respected colleges, and cultural centers all contribute to Atlanta’s booming economy.

Southern Teachers has jobs at schools like Atlanta Girls' School, Holy Innocents' Episcopal, Lovett School, Marist, and Westminster. Our Teacher Job Fair on Super Bowl Saturday is just one way to land one!

Artwork by Kaitlyn Stewart, Grade 11

Whitefield Academy      Mableton, Georgia

Savannah Teaching Jobs

Savannah’s mild weather, nearby beaches, rich culture, and historical charm make it a unique city. The Historic District has beautifully lined cobblestone roads and Spanish moss-draped trees. After the miles of walkable streets, you can fill up at one of over 500 restaurants.

And Savannah is known for offering a great education! Come teach at Calvary Day School, Savannah Country Day, St. Andrew's, or Savannah Christian Prep just to name a few.

Artwork by Marco Quiroz, Grade 12

Calvary Day School     Savannah, Georgia

Teaching in South Georgia

Southern Teachers works with dozens of schools in Southern Georgia, through Macon, Albany, Columbus, Valdosta, Thomasville, and small towns in between. The warm subtropical climate means that flowers are practically blooming year round, from camellias in the winter, dogwoods and azaleas in the spring, crape myrtle and hydrangeas in the summer, and firebush throughout the warm fall. You’ll find southern charm, delicious food, and Okefenokee, a national wildlife refuge that covers 700 square miles along Georgia's southeastern border. We have teaching jobs in schools including Deerfield-Windsor, Brookstone SchoolFirst Presbyterian, or LaGrange.

Artwork by Cade Lee, Grade 11

LaGrange Academy     LaGrange, Georgia

Teaching Jobs in Georgia

Southern Teachers is a proud sponsor of both GISA (the Georgia Association of Independent Schools) and SAIS (the Southern Association of Independent Schools). We can help you advance your career in education in all parts of the state—from Augusta and Athens to St. Simons Island. We’ve got you covered!

Artwork by Kristen Ah, Grade 11

Athen's Academy     Athens, GA

  • Southern Teachers has been a great long-term partner in our hiring. Taking the time and making the effort to know our school and its culture has built a relationship that has allowed you to send us better candidates.

    DuBose EglestonCharleston, SC


  • At each juncture in my career, I have reconnected with Southern Teachers. They are unique among teacher agencies in that they commit time and resources to knowing candidates and building partnerships with them.

    Marie Reed Charlottesville, VA


  • Southern Teachers is one of the easiest placement organizations I have worked with. Your staff is accessible, supportive, and sustains a high level of engagement. Your website is easy to navigate and the video introductions of candidates are a real plus.

    Garhett WagersHouston, TX


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    Dr. Cyndy Weldon-Lassiter leads Southern Teachers' Equity Division after spending 28 years in independent schools as a teacher and administrator.  Formerly VAIS President and Head of School at St. Andrew’s School, Cyndy received her B.A. and M.T. from VCU, and her Ed.D. in Curriculum and Teaching from Columbia University.


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    Are you interested in helping teachers find great jobs? Southern Teachers is currently accepting applications for a placement counselor in our office in Charlottesville, Virginia.


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