Teach at Crofton House
Crofton House School is a welcoming and collaborative community where educators are encouraged to put their ideas into action.
Crofton House School is an independent day school for girls from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 where students are inspired to discover and pursue their personal excellence.
We have more than a century of experience in girls’ education, but we’re anything but set in our ways. Our dedicated and engaged faculty share a passion for lifelong learning and making a positive, lasting impact on girls’ lives.
Learn more about life as a teacher here.
Gain resources and support to put ideas into practice.
The curriculum is just where we begin. Our educators seek and embrace new ideas in teaching and learning, and have the support and resources to put those ideas into practice. The faculty at Crofton House brings a diversity of strengths and experiences that enrich our learning environment.
Ideas in Practice
"Crofton's a great place to develop a practice because we are allowed to pursue ideas and excellence.”
Culture of Collaboration
"Because I'm so supported, I feel like I will be the best version of myself as a teacher.”
Grow with professional development and coaching.
Be a teacher in progress. Crofton House is a place of ongoing learning -- for students and for staff. Learn more about professional development at Crofton House.
Join our teaching community.
Our campus is a teacher's toolkit. Teaching here is an opportunity to join a forwarding-thinking community, with modern classrooms and specialized facilities. We also offer a comprehensive benefits package and competitive compensation. Learn more about the benefits of teaching at Crofton House.
Thrive in a community of learning and inspiration.
As our faculty cultivates new ideas in teaching and learning, they are encouraged to share their thoughts and discoveries with our learning community. Explore recent articles on the school’s blog or listen to our podcast.
Can financial assistance bring our community even closer?
In grade 9, Jastina Aujla ‘16 was a regular teenage girl, enjoying school, making friends and dreaming about her future. She had joined Crofton House School in grade 8, and a year into high school, “life was awesome,” she says with a big smile. One fall afternoon, Jastina was sitting outside school, waiting at her regular pick-up spot. When her mother did not arrive she starting texting and calling. It was her father who finally responded. There had been a car accident, and Jastina’s mother was on her way to the hospital.
What are today’s big conversations about child development?
TAP IN! the podcast that explores topics that are important to Parents And Teachers – making it easy for you to be part of big conversations about child development. Susan and Wendy are the director and assistant director of the Junior School at Crofton House in Vancouver – a leading independent day school for girls in Kindergarten to Grade 12, where students are inspired to discover and pursue their personal excellence.
How does service learning contribute to social responsibility?
From organizing a Canadian citizenship ceremony on campus to going to school ‘Down Under’, Crofton House Senior School students demonstrated remarkable personal growth, leadership development and citizenship in their journey through the Ivy Compass Program this year. Crofton House School’s Ivy Compass Program puts girls at the centre of their learning by giving them the time, guidance and opportunities to discover their passions and challenge themselves through real life experiences beyond the classroom. Since each Crofton House girl is unique, her Ivy Compass experience is tailored to support exploration of her area of interest and to help her turn ideas into action.
What happens when we come together to make a difference in the community?
The Crofton House Winter Bazaar has always served as an important opportunity to contribute to the broader community of which Crofton House is a part, while drawing our own School community closer together. The charitable roots of the Winter Bazaar go back to the early 1970s when proceeds raised were donated to the Red Cross and other organizations.
Curious about the potential of a career with Crofton House? You’re always welcome to visit. We’d love to hear from you.