St. Christopher’s School is a boys JK-12 college preparatory school in Richmond, Virginia.  The School seeks to prepare a talented and diverse group of boys for college and for life in an ever-changing world. A rigorous academic program, small classes, dedicated and nurturing teachers who are experts in how boys learn, a vibrant program in athletics and the arts, and a commitment to leadership and personal responsibility are hallmarks of a St. Christopher’s education. 

At the heart of St. Christopher’s School, there lies a passion and a commitment to prepare each student to excel in life, in academics, in his career, and in service to the community. Our teachers and coaches care deeply about each boy, setting high standards for achievement while providing nurture and support. Their commitment extends beyond the school day and beyond the school campus into the community. 

An outstanding teacher at St. Christopher’s demonstrates a commitment to the values and mission of the school—particularly as articulated in the “Momentum 2025” and “Best Practices for Boys” documents—cultivates effective instruction, and exhibits a high degree of professionalism in all endeavors. CLICK HERE to learn more about teaching excellence at St. Christopher's.

The School is an equal opportunity employer. The School provides equal employment opportunity to all employees and job applicants without regard to an individual’s race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions including lactation, age, disability, genetic information or any other factor prohibited by applicable law.

For more information about career opportunities, contact:

Current Employment Opportunities

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Employee Benefits

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    StC offers an excellent compensation and benefits package.


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  • The Kate Childrey Teaching Fellowship at St. Christopher’s

    The Kate Childrey Teaching Fellowship program was created in 2017 to honor the life and impact of Kate Childrey, a beloved JK assistant teacher at St. Christopher’s. It provides a novice educator with the opportunity to teach and learn during one academic year. CLICK HERE to learn more.

    We are currently not accepting applications at this time. 

Coaching Opportunities

St. Christopher's fields 51 teams in 15 sports.  Well-maintained, up-to-date athletic and training facilities and fields support the school's athletic and fitness programs.  All facilities and playing fields are on the St. Christopher's campus.  This closeness promotes attendance, school spirit, and a sense of community. 

Team sports are divided into fall, winter and spring seasons:
Fall: cross country, football, mountain biking and soccer 
Winter: basketball, futsal (indoor soccer), indoor track, wrestling, squash and swimming
Spring: baseball, golf, lacrosse, tennis and outdoor track 

For more information about coaching opportunities and requirements, contact:

Ren O'Ferrall
Director of Athletics

Faculty testimonials

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As positions become available at St. Christopher's, they will be posted to this page. Please direct all inquiries regarding employment opportunities to

The following administrators have primary hiring responsibility for positions within their division or department at St. Christopher's. When making employment inquiries, you may address your message to the appropriate administrator, but please send all employment-related inquiries directly to and not to individual e-mail accounts.

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    For school-wide and senior-level administrative positions:

    Headmaster Mason Lecky
  • For Upper School teaching positions:

    Interim Head of Upper School Kim Hudson
  • For Middle School teaching positions:

    Head of Middle School Warren Hunter
  • For Lower School teaching positions:

    Head of Lower School Todd Stansbery
  • For Extended Day and Little Saints teaching positions:

    Director of Extended Day Abbey Moring
  • For Athletics Department (including coaching) positions:

    Director of Athletics Ren O'Ferrall '85
  • For Communications and Marketing positions:

    Director of Communications Sharon Dion
  • For Development and Alumni Office positions:

    Director of Development Jane Garnet Brown
  • For Business Office positions:

    Chief Financial Officer/Business Manager David Reynolds
  • For Summer Programs teaching positions and Bookstore:

    Director of Auxiliary Operations Janine Davila
  • For College Counseling Office positions:

    Director of College Counseling and Upper School Academic Dean Jim Jump
  • For Admissions and Financial Aid positions:

    Director of Admissions and Financial Aid Hamill Jones
  • For Maintenance Department Positions:

    Director of Facilities Mark Gentry
  • For Technology Office positions:

    Director of Information Technology Jim Mayra
You may find the full list of the School's senior Administrative Team here