Employment Opportunities

Hilltop Montessori School, founded in 1972, is perched atop a hill on 43 acres in Brattleboro, VT. The school relocated several years ago to a custom built facility that houses a Toddler Room (18-36 months), two bright, sunny Children’s House (3-6 years) classrooms, a Lower Elementary (6-9 years), an Upper Elementary (9-12 years), as well as a fully equipped kitchen area, art and music rooms. The Middle School (12-14 years) enjoys its own house with comparable facilities. There is integrated computer use at the Upper Elementary and Middle School levels, woods and trails for hiking and cross country skiing, gardens, a greenhouse and a pond.  A newly constructed Arts Barn includes an all-purpose room, gymnasium, expanded music facilities and a theater.  130 students / 24 faculty-staff / American Montessori Society Full Member

If you would like to send your resume and letter of interest for future employment please send an email to Tamara Mount at tmount@hilltopmontessori.org. At this time we are looking to fill the following positions for the 2019-20 school year:

After-Care/Afternoon and Substitute Teacher:  Help our younger students rest and play – Part-time consistently available from 2:30-4:30 or 11:30-5p.m. on weekdays, and can also be on-call for work during the morning school hours (starting at 7:30 or 8:00 a.m.)

Coaching Team Volunteer: Hilltop after school sports programs will be in need of parents to join the coaching team for next year. Volunteers will have support from the athletic director and other parents. The fall brings soccer, with practices one or twice a week after school. The winter brings basketball, and the spring sports are cross country running and/or ultimate frisbee. This is a great opportunity to help continue and grow the enthusiasm for the programs, not to mention getting to spend time with the kids and exercise! To express interest and/or get more information please contact Athletic Director, Mace Sebby or Tamara Mount.
“One can pass quite close to the child and yet not see him.”
—Dr. Maria Montessori
The Toddler Program
Ages 18–36 months
Children’s House
Ages 3–6
Lower Elementary
Ages 6–9
Upper Elementary
Ages 9–12
Middle School
Ages 12 –14