Get Prepared for Your Interview 
  • Review our Core Values
  • Ground your written and oral interview responses in specific examples and data whenever possible
  • Come with some key questions you have about our schools based on your research of us
  • Be prepared to speak to our mission and vision and how that connects to why you are interested in joining our team
  • Test your technology before your scheduled interview to ensure a clear connection during your video interview.


  1. Submit An Application
    • Prepare your answers ahead of time to the questions below as you will not be able to stop the application once you have started it. The suggested word count is 300 words or less per question.
      • As you know, RePublic Schools is an incredibly mission driven organization – while doing your research on RePublic, what resonated with you that drew you to apply?
      • As an organization, one of our core values is LEAD FOR RACIAL EQUITY. We define this value as, “We believe that racism’s legacy in education is most entrenched in the South. We look at ourselves first, reflect, and talk about the role racism plays in our lives. We work to be constantly anti-racist in our words and actions.” When you read this, how does this resonate with you? How do you see yourself living out this value in your role as a teacher or leader?
  2. Phone Interview With Talent Team
    • Candidate will engage with Team Talent through a phone interview screening process
  3. Campus Interview Day/Virtual Interview
    • At this stage candidates are asked to submit 3 professional references and teaching artifacts (i.e. lesson plans and written reflections). Candidate will complete a video interview with hiring managers and debrief about the teaching artifacts (i.e. lesson plans and written reflections).
  4. Reference Check
    • Hiring managers/Talent Team will contact references
  5. Offer
    • Candidate receives an offer from Hiring Manager and begins onboarding