Experienced Teachers: Come Work With FCPS
Ready for the next stage in your career? Join Fairfax County Public Schools.
You've got the knowledge and skills. At Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS), you will find renewed purpose in a workplace that enables you to positively impact the lives of your students and advance your career.
Opportunity (for Growth and Advancement) - We are one of the top school districts in the nation in terms of size, innovations, and reputation. Because we can offer a range of school experiences, you will have the opportunity to explore what works best for you. And we are committed to support your advancement with a wealth of professional development courses. At FCPS, you learn, have fun, and ultimately, help students.
Relationships - Learning happens best in community. At any age, we learn better together. FCPS promotes collaborative learning communities within our schools. You'll be part of a team in a school where students want to learn and teachers want to teach. Our focus on employee wellbeing leads to higher staff satisfaction. And we are committed to hiring a diverse workforce that prepares students for success in a global society.
Making an Impact
At FCPS, we value teachers. We believe teachers engage in our country's most important work. Every other profession goes through K-12 education; that means every other profession goes through you!
We also understand that teaching is challenging. But we are commited to supporting you in your effort to be a highly impactful teacher. You have access to a wealth of personal and professional development courses, innovative instructional materials, upgraded technology, and state-of-the-art facilities.
You Are Going to Love Teaching at FCPS
Meet Some of Our FCPS Family
We’d like you to meet some of our FCPS employees. Maybe you’ll be inspired by their stories. Maybe you see some of yourself in them. But we know that, if you decide to join FCPS, you will be developing your own story and strong relationships, and we promise to support you as you write that story.
From Art Teacher to Principal of the Year
Grads Return to Teach
Four teachers at Woodson High School share a common bond: teaching together at the school they graduated from.
Jackson Miller explained his decision: "I knew I would be supported by the community here... They make sure you have everything you need to do the best you can," said Miller. Read more.
Making a Difference
"I decided to join the teaching profession because I love being able to expose students to new opportunities," says Destinee Freeman, a fourth-grade teacher at Riverside Elementary School. "Had it not been for the teachers I had growing up, I wouldn't have been pushed as hard as I was to be successful. I want to make a difference in students and families lives."