Job Description:

While every family’s preferences are unique, certain homeschooling approaches have become very popular. For some families it’s the Montessori or Waldorf approach that works best, while others are drawn towards the child-lead method of Unschooling and Multiple Intelligences, and others prefer a contemporary spin on classical education. In fact, most families don’t follow one style or method exactly. Instead, they work closely with their Private Educator to determine the style and curriculum that fits their family and eventually end up with a method all their own.

Our Private Educator backgrounds are as diverse as those they teach: some are seasoned classroom or home-school teachers, others are experienced tutors, and then there are those professional nannies who have a passion for teaching and a degree in Education who could be the perfect match for your family.

We understand flexibility is a must at this stage in life. We’ll work closely with you to ensure the process of hiring the perfect Private Educator is as quick and stress-free as possible. Most families hire an educator in 4-8 weeks, depending on the specifics of the position.

All job information and job descriptions are offered as guidelines to help you understand the general responsibilities for each type of Care Provider offered on Please note that every family’s job is unique and each position may have different responsibilities. The specific duties and responsibilities of each position should be discussed during the interview process, confirmed upon the extension of a job offer and reaffirmed in a written work agreement.

Private Educator

Schedules and Typical Salary:

Private Educator schedules vary depending on the family’s needs. We will work with you to develop a competitive compensation package based upon your family’s needs. Rates vary greatly depending on the private educators’ experience, expected duties, and schedule. Current rates for Private Educators are between $25-$40 per hour. Additionally, while offering benefits to an employee is not required by law, doing so can make your position more attractive to candidates. Typically, full-time private educators benefits include paid vacation, paid sick days, paid holidays and partial or full contribution to the private educators’ health insurance premium.