A High School ASL Teacher is responsible for passionately providing instruction in the field of American Sign Language, promoting student progress, and promoting and managing a safe, positive classroom environment.
Appointed by the Principal, a teacher is the school's central agent for achieving its educational goals. The teacher is entrusted directly with the academic preparation of students. Teachers foster the knowledge, skills, and understanding which students need to continue their education in college. In addition, teachers nurture students with their spiritual, social, and personal development, providing guidance and example which promotes Christian values, responsible behavior, and self-fulfillment. The teacher performs this trust in cooperation with the parents, who are the primary educators of their children, with the department chairs, counselors, moderators, campus ministers, and support staff – under the direction of the school's Administration.