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Thank You for Your Application!

We are deeply grateful for your interest in joining our classical academy team. Your enthusiasm for embarking on this entrepreneurial and educational journey with us is truly inspiring. As we endeavor to establish Central Ohio’s first tuition-free classical academy, your passion for classical education and your belief in our mission are invaluable.

Next Steps in the Application Process:

Review of Information: We will carefully examine the details you have submitted in your application. Should you wish to update any information or add further insights about your experience and qualifications, please feel free to do so either informally via email or by re-submitting the employment form.

Dynamic Job Positions: We acknowledge that our needs may evolve as we progress in this foundational stage. Therefore, job positions and their availability will be updated dynamically within the application form. We encourage you to keep an eye on these changes for opportunities that align with your expertise and passion.

Patience with Initial Contact: As we are in the critical phase of establishing our founding team, we ask for your patience regarding our initial contact. The timeline can be challenging, but we are committed to a thoughtful and thorough review process to ensure the best fit for both our academy and your professional aspirations. Are you connected with our social media? Are you interested in subscribing to our newsletter? [links]

We are excited about the possibility of having you on board and being part of this groundbreaking venture. Your role in shaping young minds through a content-rich classical education is not just a job—it’s a calling that has the power to influence generations.

Thank you once again for considering a career with Heart of Ohio Classical Academy. We are eagerly looking forward to the potential of working together to create an educational environment where the pursuit of knowledge, virtue, and wisdom is a shared journey.

Warm regards,

Headmaster Jim Hull