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A message from Head of School David Egolf and Assistant Head of School Mansi Vasa.

Our commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.
Learn about Corlears School's history, educational philosophy, mission, core values, and more.

Meet our faculty and staff and explore the directory.



Everything prospective families need to know about Corlears admissions.

Outlining the admissions processes for each of our academic programs, from toddlers through fifth grade.
Visit our campus and go inside the curriculum with school leadership. 

Changing the paradigm from financial aid to equitable tuition level-setting for all families.
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Everything you need to know about Corlears School in one handy booklet. Follow the link to receive a digital copy in your inbox.
Early Childhood Division
The Roots program for ages 16–24 months celebrates the way toddlers learn best: through the art of play and wonderment. 

The Seedlings nursery program fosters the natural wonder and curiosity of 2- and 3-year-olds.

Empowering children to become even greater participants in their learning and school community.
Elementary Division
As Corlears students enter the all-important elementary years, it’s all about making connections and building independence.

Building the foundation kids need to fall in love with learning and gain confidence for everything to come.

Comprehensive, individualized support for all Corlears graduates.
Auxiliary Programs
Classic summer fun with plenty of outdoor play, arts and crafts, and fun with friends. Led by Corlears teachers. Open to all.

All about the before- and after-school care available to families enrolled at Corlears.

Free family activities available on select Saturdays throughout the school year.
Meet the volunteer Board of Trustees and learn more about the committees and structures that govern Corlears School.

Events, holidays, and school closings.
Corlears families are important members of our school community, and we offer a number of ways to get involved.

How to get connected and stay involved with Corlears School's alumni community.
Corlears is a small school, but our community has a big heart — and many ways to get involved.

Every dollar has a lasting impact — not just on  students attending Corlears today, but on all children who come through our doors.

There are a variety of opportunities available for current and alumni community members to get involved by volunteering their time. 

The Corlears 50th Anniversary Campaign

In 2018, Corlears celebrated its 50th anniversary. In honor of this significant milestone, Corlears School embarked on a 5-year, $4 million campaign that goes beyond our physical structure; this campaign is focused on our heart. Over the past five years, Corlears has been building a truly innovative and transformational vision that is growing a new model for what a private school made just for young children can be.

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Discover Corlears School's hiring policies and current openings.

Our small and dynamic community makes working at Corlears an opportunity for professional growth. To support our mission and dedication to embrace diversity of social identities among faculty and families, we are eager to meet and consider applicants from traditionally underrepresented groups. All employees at Corlears are part of a commitment to creating an environment that embraces difference and values the importance of educating young children. The Corlears workplace is a collaborative setting where everyone has a voice in shaping the school, and everyone’s dignity is valued equally. Along with this rewarding workplace environment, we offer competitive salaries and benefits.

Equal Employment Opportunity Policy

It is the School’s policy to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment and employees. The School does not discriminate on an individual’s race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, age, sex, or on any other classification protected by law.

This policy governs all aspects of employment at the School, including hiring, assignments, training, promotions, compensations, employee benefits, discipline, termination, and all other terms, and conditions of employment. Further, the School will reasonably accommodate an individual’s physical or mental disability when appropriate.

Camp Corlears 

While Camp Corlears counselors are primarily Corlears School teachers, some opportunities remain for candidates with experience working with young children. CITs are volunteer positions held by students who, at a minimum, will have completed 8th grade in June 2024; Corlears alumni are preferred, but candidates of all backgrounds will be considered. Each of the roles below will work closely with Corlears School teachers to ensure program continuity and developmental fit for our young campers. 


Faculty Positions

We are always open to meeting candidates interested in joining our faculty. To indicate interest, email jobs@corlearsschool.org with your resumé and cover letter. In the subject line, kindly indicate the role you're interested in. 

Openings for 2024–25 School Year