All applicants and employees of New Covenant Christian School agree to the following five distinctives of New Covenant Christian School:

  1. The Mission, Vision and Core Beliefs of New Covenant
  2. A High Quality Education
  3. A Nurturing and Academic Environment
  4. A Partnership with Family and the Community
  5. Professional Ethics & Expectations of New Covenant Christian School

Employee Lifestyle Statement

Current Openings:

COMPUTER/TECH INSTRUCTOR, GRADES K – 5thIMMEDIATE OPENING: New Covenant Christian School seeks a part-time instructor to teach 7 elementary computer/tech classes per 6-day cycle in a computer lab setting (PCs). Candidates with experience teaching elementary age students and a working knowledge of current computing systems, coding/programming, keyboarding, and the Microsoft Office Suite are invited to apply. This is an hourly position with 7 paid hours per 6-day cycle.

Substitute Teacher – Elementary Music Classes and/or Elementary Art Classes on an as-needed basis. Time commitment: 2 to 2.75 hours, AM only.  Experience working with elementary age children in a classroom or group setting is preferred; teacher certification is not required. Apply at http://nccspa.org/employment/substitute-teacher-application/. For more information, contact the school office (717.274.2423) or Stephanie Snyder, Academic Services Director (ssnyder@nccspa.org).

Part-Time High School Biology Instructor to teach two classes per day. For information, please reply to this email or call the office at 717-274-2423.


New Covenant Christian School seeks Substitute Teachers at all grade levels. Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree (preferred), PA Teaching Certification (not required), IU13 Guest Teacher Training (preferred, not required), experience in the classroom setting (required), in agreement with New Covenant doctrinal and lifestyle statements, engaged in a local church body. Please complete the Substitute Teacher Application found here. Current educational clearances are required, see list below.


Required Documents

ACT 151 (PA Child Abuse History Clearance) 

Each candidate must submit a copy of an official clearance statement obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare
or a statement from the Department of Public Welfare that no record exists.  This clearance must be current within one year.


ACT 34 – PA State Police Criminal Record Check 

This report must be current within one year.


 ACT 114 of 2006, Section III of the Public School Code   –  Federal Fingerprinting

This clearance must be current within one year.

Pennsylvania Department of Education Applicant Fingerprinting Online Services, Pre-RegistrationRequired:

Walk in service is allowed but all applicants are required to complete pre-enrollment.


Use the 6-Character Service Code Non-Public Schools:  1KG6TR

After entering the service code, options on the next screen include: Schedule or Manage an Appointment; What do I need to bring
to enrollment?; Locate an Enrollment Center; Submit a Fingerprint Card by Mail; Check the Status of your Service.

OR register by phone at 1-844-321-2101 Monday through Friday, 8am to 6pm EST.

A list of locations can be found here.

ACT 168 – Commonwealth of PA Sexual Misconduct/Abuse Disclosure Release 

Employment history review submitted by hiring school.

Access Act 168 Form Here

 ACT 24  – Arrest/Conviction Report and Certification Form  *

Required for employment decisions in a school entity. Form will be provided during the interview process.