Job Openings

Graduation Coach

  • Responsible for working with a team of staff members to help students complete their graduation requirements and plan for post-secondary success.
  • Write, develop and implement Individual Career and Academic Plans for students.
  • Teach life-skills classes and workshops focused on post-secondary preparation and independent living.
  • Have the ability and enthusiasm needed to engage resistant youth and diverse student populations.
  • Teach 1-2 academic classes per term.

Boulder Prep is an innovative, college prep program so we are looking for someone with a commitment to positively impacting student achievement. BA/BS degree is required. Teaching licensure is not required. Bilingual Spanish is preferred. For more information about the school, please visit

Start date to be determined. School is in session year round with approximately 13 paid weeks of vacation. Competitive salary, commensurate with experience. Benefits include: health, dental, LTD, 125 pre-tax, life insurance and PERA retirement.

Please send cover letter and resume to

Adjunct Teacher Pool

Boulder Prep is always looking for adjunct teachers who are open to teaching classes as needed. Candidates are welcome to submit a cover letter and resume detailing what types of classes they would be interested in teaching. When opportunities become available for part-time or full-time positions, we may pull from the pool of adjunct teachers to fill the openings. Adjunct teachers are responsible for:

  • Writing, developing and implementing curriculum and instruction based on the students’ individual needs.
  • Effectively managing the learning environment.
  • Having the ability and enthusiasm needed to engage resistant youth and diverse student populations.

Boulder Prep operates on a year-round schedule with 8-weeks blocks. Class may be two days a week or four days a week. All classes are 90 minutes each session. Please send cover letter and resume to

ABOUT BOULDER PREP Boulder Preparatory High School was created to serve primarily expelled, suspended and adjudicated youth. Over the years, our target population has become broader to include any students looking for a smaller learning environment and those at-risk of expulsion, suspension or dropping out. By educating our students and providing a small, safe, academic setting with caring adults, we can “recover” some of the “throw-away” youth, because education is rehabilitation. All students have the potential to become exceptional citizens and leaders when presented with opportunities to learn. Over the years Boulder Prep has provided the academic and social opportunities needed to transform many    youth-at-risk into college bound youth-of-promise.