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Whatever you do, do from the heart,
     as for the Lord and not for others. Colossians 3:23




St. James Academy has a full-time, benefits-eligible position open for an accounting assistant. This position includes performance of routine accounting duties as assigned by the Director of Finance. Principal activities include processing of accounts payable, recording and reconciliation of credit card activity, and processing and recording deposits. This position requires a bachelor’s degree in accounting with at least two years’ relevant accounting work. Experience with QuickBooks is preferred. Good communication skills, analytical skills, and attention to detail are imperative. Practicing Catholic candidate highly preferred. Must be able to pass a background check and complete Virtus training. Please send resume and cover letter to Christy Peterson at:

English Teacher

St. James Academy is seeking a full-time English teacher for the 2021-2022 school year. Ideal candidates will be practicing Catholics with a passion for evangelization and discipleship who are licensed, experienced secondary English teachers. Those interested should apply at the Archdiocesan website and should send a cover letter and resume to the St. James principal, Dr. Shane Rapp, at


The Mission of St. James Academy is to pass on the Catholic faith from this generation to the next while holding the highest standards of educating students. The full infusion of the Catholic faith in every lesson, interaction and relationship are central to fulfilling this mission.


What are We Looking for in New Teachers and Staff?

  • Practicing Catholics who are committed to lighting the fire of our faith in the minds and hearts of young people.
  • Licensed teachers who are experts in their field and passionate about sharing that knowledge with students.
  • Engaging educators who know how to stimulate young minds through active learning.
  • Organized adults who can inject the love of their faith into their lesson plans.
  • Enthusiastic leaders who are willing to continue their own learning and apply that new knowledge.
  • Responsible problem solvers who are able to utilize technology and data to make creative decisions in their daily activities.



Step 1

Complete the online application with the Archdiocesan Education Office at only if you are applying for a teaching position and don’t currently work in our Archdiocese. This includes coaches who will be teaching in the building.

Step 2

Send your updated resume and cover letter to the SJA principal, Dr. Shane Rapp, at

Step 3

Once all requirements with the Archdiocese are completed and information has been sent to Dr. Rapp, your application will be reviewed and you will be contacted to let you know if the process will proceed with an interview or not.

Step 4

In compliance with Archdiocesan policy, candidates who currently teach in an Archdiocesan school must notify their current principal of their intent to interview before an interview can take place.