To qualify for admission, candidates must have earned a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher learning, ideally have a GPA of 3.0 and have an excellent record of teaching, as evidenced by the recommendations of supervisors.
Applicants must demonstrate satisfactory writing skills, as well as satisfactory dispositions concerning the value of diversity, the efficacy of teacher leaders, and the belief that all children can learn as evidenced by a written essay and during the application interview.
Interested individuals can apply online. Applications are accepted throughout the year; however, the admissions committee will not review an application until all of the supporting documents are received.
A complete application consists of the following:
- An application form
- $45 application fee
- Two letters of recommendation (one of which should come from a principal, superintendent or other supervisor)
- Current resume
- Letter of intent
- Official transcripts of all undergraduate and graduate work completed