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Catholic Schools

Teacher Employment

A male teacher smiles in the hallway.The following are Educational Personnel Requirements set by the Texas Catholic Conference Education Department.

Teachers in Self-Contained K-8:

  • A Bachelor’s degree.
  • 12 credit hours in education courses or a valid, appropriate state certificate.
  • Teachers of Religion must be Catholic.

Teachers in Grades 9-12:

  • Bachelor’s degree in content area taught.
  • 12 credit hours in education courses or a valid, appropriate state certificate.
  • Teachers of Theology / Religion must be Catholic.

For all Teacher Levels:

  • A TCCED Deficiency Removal Plan is required if minimum required education hours (12) are not met.
  • The Diocesan School Advisory Board recommends an entry level salary of $30,268.00 for the 2016-2017 school year. However, each school will develop a salary scale using this recommendation as a goal and may pay less based on the budgetary restrictions of their particular school. Full-time staff of the Diocese of Fort Worth are also offered and may choose to participate in a comprehensive benefit plan.

Teacher Application Form

A female teacher smiles in her classroom.Click on the link below to download the application form. Interviews are scheduled through the individual school. Applications must be printed and mailed to the address in the upper right corner of the application form.

Note: Please submit a copy of your complete transcript with this application. If you are hired an official transcript will be needed by the school.

Application Form

To view additional job opportunities in the Diocese of Fort Worth, visit the employment web page.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below is a list of questions that are frequently asked by potential applicants when applying for a teaching position. For additional information or questions, please contact a Catholic School representative.

Click on the sections below to expand them and view more information.

Do you have to be Catholic to teach in Catholic schools?

Do you have to be Catholic to teach in Catholic schools?

No. Catholic schools are an equal opportunity employer. However, teachers of religion / theology classes must be Catholic.

How do I apply? — Contact the Catholic Schools Office or any of the local Catholic schools for information and an application.

What employee benefits do the schools provide for full-time teachers?

What employee benefits do the schools provide for full-time teachers?

Benefits Include:

  • Medical / Dental Insurance
  • Workers’ compensation
  • $25,000 Basic Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance
  • Pension plan
  • Short-term and Long-term Disability Insurance

Optional At Employee’s Expense:

  • Dependent Medical / Dental Insurance
  • Section 125 Cafeteria Plan / 403(b) Tax Sheltered Plan
  • Long Term Care Insurance
  • Employee and Dependent Supplemental Life Insurance

What standardized tests are used in Catholic schools?

What standardized tests are used in Catholic schools?

The Diocese of Fort Worth administers the Iowa Tests to students in grades 2 – 8. In addition, grades 4 and 7 administer the Otis Lennon School Ability Test. Secondary students, grades 10 and 11, take the PSAT. The Assessment of Catholic Religious Education (ACRE) is given to students in grades 5, 8 and 10/11. High school students take the SAT and / or the ACT for college admission.

What is the purpose of standardized testing in Catholic schools?

What is the purpose of standardized testing in Catholic schools?

Standardized testing helps schools assess the outcomes of educational programs, help teachers identify academic talent and helps teachers identify difficulties (as a diagnostic tool).

 


Contact:

Letisia Perez
Executive Assistant to the Superintendent
817-945-9371

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