Why Teach Savannah?

Our proud city features some of the South’s best cuisine, and, thanks to our warm climate, outdoor dining is available almost year round. On top of all that, our many museums, festivals and exhibits provide unmatched culture and excitement. Find out why we say “Live where you Teach. Love where you teach.”

Cutting Edge Technology

Cutting Edge Technology

Access to interactive whiteboards/slates, Chromebooks, laptops and more

55 Diverse Schools

55 Diverse Schools

The 10th largest district in Georgia servicing 38,000 students

Competitive Compensation

Competitive Compensation

SCCPSS offers the most competitive salaries and stipends in the Coastal Empire including generous retirement and benefits packages.

Now Hiring Teachers

Certified Teachers SY 18-19

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Have a bachelor's degree and a desire to teach?

If so, join us for a free Alternative Pathway to Teaching informational session. During this session, you will learn the specific requirements needed to become a teacher. 

July 19, 2018
8:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., or 6:00 p.m.
Whitney Complex, Room 6 - Professional Learning Center
2 Laura Avenue

For more information, contact Dr. Heather Bilton: heather.bilton@sccpss.com. 

High Needs Teaching Fields Supplement

SCCPSS is also offering incentives for teachers who sign on at Shuman Elementary, Brock Elementary School and the School of Liberal Studies. Click here for more information.

Teacher Sign-on Incentive: $2,000
One-time $2,000 sign-on incentive for all teachers. Completion of three years at Shuman Elementary, Brock Elementary School or The School of Liberal Studies is required or prorated amount of the incentive must be repaid.

 

Critical Fields Incentive: $2,000
Additional one-time $2,000 incentive for teachers in the areas of Secondary Mathematics, Secondary Science, Foreign Language, and Adapted Curriculum Special Education.

 

Teacher Relocation Incentive: $1,500
Must currently live more than 50 miles from the school and must teach in a critical field. One-time relocation of $1,000 for non-critical field teachers.

 

Child’s School Placement
All staff working at Shuman Elementary, Brock Elementary or The School of Liberal Studies at Savannah High School can have their children placed in any SCCPSS school (includes Pre-K classrooms), however, transportation is not provided. For specialty schools, the child must meet the entrance requirements. If a waiting list exists, the child will be moved to the top of the waiting list. This does not apply to Charter schools. Charter schools are independent of SCCPSS schools.

 

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Hotline

+1 (912) 395.5600

208 Bull Street, Savannah, GA 31401

+1 (912) 395.5600
teachsavannah@sccpss.com

Love Where You Teach

Savannah may be best known for Spanish moss covering regal oak trees, but our town is so much more than that. Savannah was recently named one of the "World's 30 Friendliest Cities" by Conde Nast Traveler.

After a mere 20-minute drive, you can visit Tybee Island and its ocean-front beaches. Our proud city features some of the South's best cuisine, and, thanks to our warm climate, outdoor dining is available almost year round. On top of all that, our many museums, festivals, and exhibits provide unmatched culture and excitement. Find out why we say "Live where you teach. Love where you teach."

Love Where You Teach

Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

208 Bull Street, Savannah, GA 31401 ||||| (912) 395-5600
Savannah-Chatham County Public School System