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We are Hiring for the 2021-2022 School Year

TEACH in Rush-Henrietta!

Rush-Henrietta Central School District is accepting applications for the following anticipated openings for teaching positions in the 2021-2022 school year:

  • MUSIC (Elementary)
  • PHYSICS (dual w/ Chemistry preferred)

These positions are full-time, tenure-track positions starting in September. Applicants must possess the appropriate New York State Teacher Certification for the position. Successful candidates will be expected to attend New Teacher Orientation in August.

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Applicants of diverse backgrounds and experiences are strongly encouraged to apply. 

A Commitment to Excellence

The Rush-Henrietta Central School District has received many impressive accolades during the past several years. The New York State Education Department recognized Rush-Henrietta Senior High School as a Recognition School for four consecutive years. This honor recognizes the strong performance of our students and the significant progress we have made in closing gaps in student achievement among subgroups. This recognition is given on a very limited basis. In 2020, Crane Elementary School also was honored in this way!

Rush-Henrietta Senior High School also earned high marks for the third year in a row in the U.S. News and World Report Best High Schools in America poll. Our high school was rated in the top 8.5 percent of schools in the country! In addition, the National Association of Music Merchants named Rush-Henrietta one of the Best Communities for Music Education for the 11th consecutive time. Each of these recognitions is evidence that our efforts are making a significant difference in the lives of Rush-Henrietta children.

What is the R-H Advantage?

The district is known for its comprehensive academic offerings, award-winning music and arts programs, and innovative classroom technology.

Teachers enjoy a variety of professional development opportunities, collaborative teaching and progress-monitoring teams, and the benefits of full-time instructional coaches and small class sizes (average of 15 students at grades K-3, 20 at 4-6).