Longhorn Professionals

  • Why CHISD?

    If you would like to work in a school district that is innovative, diverse and focused on unlocking every Longhorn’s potential, then consider the Cedar Hill Independent School District. CHISD is home to the Longhorns and serves more than 7,600 scholars in southern Dallas county. CHISD prides itself in outperforming the state in the 2019 state rating system and continues to be a leader in educational opportunities for young people in the Best Southwest.

    Our district offers middle school STEAM academies,  a sought after Montessori program, elementary fine arts academy, collegiate pathway for scholars in kindergarten through twelfth grade, award-winning fine arts, competitive athletics, a recognized Career and Technical Education program and more!

    We believe a prospective educator will find a perfect fit in Longhorn Nation.

    Your success is our success and we want to help you grow! An abundance of professional development opportunities are in place to support Cedar Hill ISD leaders, including one-on-one coaching, professional learning teams, and large group sessions.

     

    Principals

    The primary role of the principal is to direct and manage the instructional program, as well as supervise operations at the campus level.  In addition, the principal will provide instructional leadership to ensure high standards of instructional service, direct the implementation of District policies and instructional programs, and manage the operation of all campus activities. 
    Minimum qualifications include:

    • Master's Degree from an accredited college or university
    • Valid Texas Administrator's Certificate
    • Prior experience in instructional leadership roles
    • At least three (3) years of successful experience as a classroom teacher

     

    Assistant Principals

    The primary role of the assistant principal is to assist the campus principal with the administration of campus instructional program(s), and daily operations.
    Minimum qualifications include:

    • Master's Degree from an accredited college or university
    • Valid Texas Administrator's Certificate
    • At least three (3) years' successful experience as a classroom teacher

     

    Central Office Staff

    Accountants, communication professionals, human resource specialists and even information technology professionals all have a role in supporting the magic that takes place in the classrooms across Cedar Hill ISD. If you are an expert in your field and want to have a hand in shaping our future, consider sharing your talents with the field of education.

    As a potential #EssentialLonghorn we want to ensure that you have access to as much information as possible, guaranteeing that we are your school district of choice. Below you will find links to information that will assist you as you consider joining Cedar Hill ISD.

     

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