”I am a retired public school teacher and I’ve been teaching middle school math, Algebra1 and 2 for two years. ORMA is a great place to teach. There is no one looking over your shoulder to make sure that you are following a pacing guide. Teachers are encouraged to be rigorous in instruction, but have the freedom to teach at a pace that best supports student learning. Class sizes are small, my smallest last year was 6 and my largest was 14. This helps make classroom management easy, along with the cadet leadership structure and TAC staff. The beautiful setting and supportive staff help make ORMA a great place to teach.”
-Tim (Spring, 2021)
"As a first year teacher, working at ORMA has been a privilege. I have gotten to come to work every day at a job that I enjoy, and a faculty that I can say are like a family. This job has taught me so many things about myself and about the profession of teaching. Things like classroom management and work load have so much less of a constant weight here because of the way ORMA runs as an institution. I have skills and teaching strategies that I know will further me as an educator that I may not have otherwise obtained thanks to this school. I have had the ability to make bonds with students thanks to the small class sizes and the programs in place to connect students and teachers. ORMA is a hard place for me to leave. Having the help and care of the dean and other faculty and staff really made it feel like home.”
-Marie (Spring, 2021)
Current Job Postings
Oak Ridge Military Academy (ORMA) is seeking candidates to substitute for all subject areas in grades 7-12.
Serve as needed.
Teaching experience or degrees in core subject areas is preferred.
A criminal history background check, including driver’s record, is required of all employees. Additional checks may occur on a regular basis.
A drug test is required of all employees. Additional tests may be required on a regular basis.
Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
References will be required.
You can look back at your students over the years and know you made a difference in their lives and it really mattered.
Former ORMA Employee