If you are a dedicated lifelong learner, inquisitive, creative, collaborative and imaginative, Maret School would love to get to know you!

As a member of the Maret team, you’ll enjoy an atmosphere that’s intellectually invigorating…as congenial as it is challenging. Your skills, strengths, insights and opinions will be valued and respected by the engaged students you teach as well as by your enthusiastic and supportive colleagues.

A diverse and vibrant community, Maret School is conveniently located in Washington, DC.  It’s a capital location for professionals who are culturally curious and drawn to the excitement of an eclectic, international city.

Contact Information

Susan Epps
Assistant Head of School for Faculty Development & Special Projects

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Benefits Information

Maret School offers a compensation package with a wide rangeof benefits, in addition to a competitive salary. Benefits include:


  • Group Health Insurance
    • HMO, POS, PPO
    • Maret contributes 74-79% of premium costs
  • Retirement Plan
    • Eligible employees can participate and vest on day one of employment
    • Employee contributes 1-2%, Employer contributes 7%
    • Employee contributes 3% or more, Employer contributes 8%
  • Group Term Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Disability Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • MetroCheks or Free Parking
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Voluntary Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Voluntary Legal Services
  • Free lunch

Professional Development Opportunities

Maret has a dedicated faculty of life-long learners. We truly value continuing education opportunities and offer assistance to our faculty for expanding their areas of expertise. Faculty members have attended many conferences locally and nationally and may apply for summer grants, as well. 


Funds traditionally have been spent on

  • attendance at national and local conferences
  • workshops during the year and summer, varying in length from one day to one week
  • summer grants for in-house curriculum development
  • local independent school conferences
  • advanced course work (i.e., single courses), sometimes at the school’s request and sometimes at the teacher’s request
  • attendance at the People of Color Conference and other diversity institutes

Recently, faculty participated in the following professional development

  • Future of Learning at Harvard School of Education
  • Project Zero Classroom at Harvard School of Education
  • Stanley King Counseling Institute at Colorado Springs, CO
  • Digital Storytelling Workshop as a part of a student group trip to the Shreyas School in Ahmedadab, India
  • Summer Diversity Institute at the Taft School of Connecticut

Over the past two years, 85 faculty members (over 75% of the full faculty) have engaged in professional development opportunities.  

Maret’s Case Institute for Curricular Innovation & Excellence supports summer curriculum work and reimburses faculty at professional levels. Any teaching faculty may apply for these grants. The goal of the Case Institute is to encourage collaborative work among the faculty at all levels and in all disciplines.

In the summer of 2012, 48 faculty members participated in 11 Case Institutes.   These intense week-long workshops have included

  • Lower School Technology Integration
  • Deepening the Discussion on Race
  • Lower School Nature Exploration
  • K-4 Science Scope and Sequence
  • Math Curriculum Development

Non-Discrimination Policy

Maret School stands firmly behind the principle that the admission of students, the employment of staff, the operation of programs, and the governance of the School be open to all who are qualified regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, ethnic origin, or sexual orientation. It believes that this principle is both firmly grounded in the spirit of American democracy and in keeping with the civil responsibilities of an independent school.