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The mission of Noble Academy is to empower students with learning differences to pursue their highest potential within a comprehensive, supportive educational environment.


Community Programs Manager

Noble Academy seeks a Community Programs Manager for a full-time, 12-month position that will begin August 2022. Responsibilities will include leading the tutoring program, leading the summer program, serving as a tutor, and conducting reading screenings.  


A Bachelor's degree in teaching or related field and current Wilson Reading System Ⓡ Credentials, with experience teaching students with a variety of learning differences highly preferred.

The ideal candidate will also have:

  • strong computer and communication skills

  • the ability to work independently

  • a passion for helping students who learn differently

  • good organization, time management, and planning skills 

  • good relationship-building skills with students, parents, and colleagues 

  • ability to be flexible and positive


Interested candidates should send a resume to Aimee Picon, Director of Educational Outreach at



Positions for the 21-22 School Year



Noble Academy seeks experienced tutors for the 2020-2021 school year, especially in the areas of Wilson Reading System® and high school math. Responsibilities include frequent communication with parents, pre- and post-testing, as well as planning and implementing individualized plans in a one-to-one setting. Noble Academy is an independent school in Greensboro, NC that serves students in 2nd-12th grades with learning differences and ADHD. 


A bachelor's degree in Special Education or a related field and teaching license are required, as well as experience teaching students with learning differences. The ideal candidate will also have:

  • successfully created and implemented differentiated lesson plans to meet a variety of academic needs

  • a passion for helping students understand how they learn, become better self-advocates, and improve their executive functioning skills

  • good organization, time management, and planning skills that contribute to the ability to communicate and collaborate with others

  • good relationship-building skills with students and parents 

  • ability to be flexible, positive, and collaborative

  • Wilson Reading System® certification/experience or

  • Ability to work with higher level math students


Please email your resume to Aimee Picon at

Substitute Teacher


If you would like to be considered for substitute teaching, please contact Dorothy Clement at 336-282-7044 ext. 4601 or you may email her your resume with references at

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