To teach is to touch a life forever  


Current Positions:

Grades Class Teachers

For the fall of 2023, we are seeking full-time, Waldorf-trained, Grade One class teacher.

Whatcom Hills is a fully accredited member of AWSNA and WECAN, serving around 210 students from nursery through eighth grade. Our students enjoy playing on our wooded campus near Lake Whatcom, and benefit from the wide range of specialty programs we offer, including Handwork, Woodwork, Eurythmy, ASL, Gardening, CyberCivics, Movement, Strings and Ukulele. 

Our ideal candidate is a trained and experienced Waldorf teacher who would enjoy being part of our dedicated faculty, working collaboratively and with a deep commitment to Waldorf education. 

Whatcom Hills Waldorf School is a non-profit organization that welcomes applicants of any religion, race, color, sexual orientation, gender preference, national or ethnic origin, and any other category protected by federal, state and local law.

Qualifications:  Waldorf Teacher Certification or equivalent experience, Bachelor’s Degree. 

Compensation: Our salary includes increments for Waldorf training and years of experience. Benefits include medical insurance and full tuition remission. Our class teachers are supported by a strong mentoring program and professional development opportunities.

Please send a letter of introduction, resume, brief biography and contact information for three professional references to our Teacher Search and Hiring Committee,

Substitute Teachers

WHWS is looking for qualified substitute teachers to add to our sub list for preschool through 8th grade. The ideal candidate would have a teaching certificate and experience in Waldorf Education is preferred but not required. Pay is $20 per hour.

Interested candidates should contact Kathy Payne.

Our WHWS School and Larger Community 

We are a fully accredited AWSNA (Association of Waldorf Schools of North America) school, with two Pre-Schools, two Kindergartens, and Grades One through Eight, with a total of over 210 students. We offer a base salary plus increments for Waldorf training and years of experience, comparable to other similar Waldorf schools. Benefits: mentoring and financial support for professional development, medical insurance, and tuition remission. Please send a letter of introduction, resume, brief biography and contact information with three references to inquire: contact Kathy Payne.