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Eastside Preparatory School
10613 NE 38th Place    
Kirkland, Washington  98033  
Private/Independent School
Coed Day 5 12 540 students


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Employer Description
Eastside Prep is an independent school located in Kirkland, WA— just five miles from Seattle. With over 500 students in grades five through twelve, EPS seeks critical thinkers, responsible actors, compassionate leaders, and wise innovators to help us realize our vision and mission. We offer challenging and rewarding career opportunities in a collaborative and supportive environment. We provide competitive pay and a comprehensive benefit package, including medical, dental, vision and disability insurance, as well as a 403(b) retirement plan. Our community of committed, creative and passionate people is ideal for those who value integrity and purposeful change. If you’re looking for a community that values your individuality and expertise, Eastside Prep may be the right place for you.
Diversity Mission Statement
At EPS, we recognize that learning and working in the twenty-first century require all students to know how to build, work within, and be appreciative of a diverse community.  Equity, inclusion and compassionate leadership are at the core of helping us to fulfill our vision of inspiring our students “to create a better world.”  

EQUITY: Fair and just treatment of all through the creation of opportunities to address privilege and power imbalances. 
INCLUSION: Active, intentional, and ongoing creation of an environment in which all members of the community “share a sense of belonging, mutual respect, and being valued for who they are.” (Miller and Katz, 2002) 
COMPASSIONATE LEADERSHIP: The capacity to open to the reality of another’s suffering and to work toward its healing. 

EPS is dedicated to advancing equity, inclusion, and compassionate leadership throughout all aspects of the school—in the classroom, the hallways, faculty and administrative meetings, and beyond.  Building such a community is a constantly evolving process that requires flexibility, trust, and commitment to the idea that all people share a common humanity.