Richmond is beautiful! Between the views of the James River, the city Skyline, and Belle Isle, there’s something around every corner. Richmond is big enough to give the city feel, but small enough to avoid major traffic. Richmond offers history, festivals, concerts, museums, sporting events, outdoor recreation, and more. If that’s not enough, Richmond is driving distance from the mountains, the beach, and Washington, DC.
Come teach in Richmond at schools such as Collegiate, St. Christopher’s, Steward, and New Community.
Artwork by Morgan Powell, Grade 10
St. Catherine's School Richmond, Virginia
The Blue Ridge Mountains and the Rivanna River make Charlottesville a hub for all things outdoor- hiking, kayaking, skiing, cycling. In 2014, the US National Bureau of Economic Research named Charlottesville the happiest city in America. Home of the University of Virginia, Charlottesville is full of history, but also has a great music scene, more restaurants than you can ever visit, a large farmer’s market, and a new brewery popping up every year.
Take a look at a few Charlottesville schools—Miller School, Peabody School, St. Anne’s-Belfield, or Tandem Friends.
Artwork by Emmy Frazier, Grade 9
Virginia Beach is known for having the longest pleasure beach in the world with its 35-mile coastline. Virginia Beach offers aquariums, art museums, golf courses, excellent fishing, and so much more. The city is located in the Hampton Roads metropolitan area which includes Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk, and of course, Virginia Beach.
Interested in teaching in the Virginia Beach area? We work with Cape Henry Collegiate, Norfolk Academy, Norfolk Collegiate, Nansemond-Suffolk and many more.
Artwork by Elle Randolph, Grade 9
Arlington offers easy Metro access to Washington, DC and all of its nightlife, museums, and restaurants, without having to deal with DC’s traffic. With 18 miles of paved trail along the Potomac River, the Mount Vernon Trail is great for a jog or bike ride. Rowers and sailors love the easy access to the river too! Old Town is Alexandria's charming historic district where you can visit shops housed in historic buildings alongside cobblestone streets. We can help you teach in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, McLean, or DC area schools such as Burgundy Farm, Episcopal High School, or St. Stephen's & St. Agnes.
Artwork by Malcolm Reynolds, Grade 10
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.
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.
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.
We are pleased to announce we have recently placed Elizabeth Miller as the new Head of School at Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy.
With great sadness, we announce the passing of a lifetime educator and agency leader.
Are you interested in helping teachers find great jobs? Southern Teachers is currently accepting applications for a Placement Counselor, and three part-time College Recruiter positions in Charlotte, Nashville, and Philadelphia.
Our 14th Annual Student Art Contest is open for submissions! Students at member school in grades 8-12 are eligible to participate. One art teacher from each member school should register to coordinate submissions. Submit by March 31!
This majestic creature symbolizes many different things in cultures around the world, but we selected it as our icon because the elephant and the agency have key traits in common.