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Dear Potential Applicant,

As Co-Founder and School Leader of Henderson Collegiate, I want to thank you for considering us for your future employment. As you are deciding whether or not to apply, it is important that you be fully aware of our mission and the level of commitment expected from all staff members in order to achieve it. Please make sure you have read through our website and Commitment to Excellence.


Eric Sanchez


Current Instructional Openings:


Middle School Positions:

  • English Language Arts Teacher
  • History Teacher
  • Science Teacher
  • Math Teacher
  • Exceptional Children’s Teacher


To learn more about the responsibilities and qualifications of Henderson Collegiate teachers, please click here.

Current Operations Openings:


  • Human Resources Coordinator
  • Guidance Counselor
  • Bus Drivers (Drivers must hold a CDL Class A or Class B driver’s license with a P and S endorsement; please contact Mr. Quonn Robertson at (252) 621-8879 or by email at if interested.)



AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.


To learn more about the application process or working at Henderson Collegiate, please contact our Development Director, Caitlin Terranova, by email at


If you are interested in applying immediately, please email your resume and cover letter as attachments to Your cover letter should explain your interest in specifically working at Henderson Collegiate and provide insight into your employment history and experience as it pertains directly to the position for which you are applying and to the Henderson Collegiate program.


You can also apply by clicking here and completing the form.



Good vs. Great Teaching Day 2016

Each year, Henderson Collegiate hosts interested educators for a day of observation, debriefing, sharing resources, and networking with fellow educators for the purpose of continuously moving their classrooms and students achievement from good… to GREAT. This event is typically held from 7:30am to 1:30pm during a Saturday School in February.

To sign up to receive updates about Good vs. Great Teaching Day 2016, please fill out the form below:

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