We believe that teachers are partners with parents in the education and formation of children. Teachers make a critical difference in the lives of children and teens and more often leave lasting impressions! The Diocese of Manchester Catholic Schools Office recognizes that talented teachers can come from a variety of different career paths. Thus, there are options for non-certified teachers to obtain certification in the areas in which they teach. For teachers who are not currently certified in the State of New Hampshire, there are pathways that currently exist to obtain certification while employed as a teacher in our schools. We are committed to employing individuals who are filled with a faith in Christ, and passionate about imparting knowledge to children and teens!

"Dear Catholic School Teachers and Staff, “Do you want to do a good deed? Teach the young! Do you want to do a holy thing? Teach the young! Truly now, and for the future, among holy things, this is the holiest” (Saint John Bosco). It is with great joy and anticipation that soon our schools will be bustling with the sounds of laughing children, of prayer, and of true learning! Now more than ever before, the formation of young people will flow-with great fervor- through each one of you in your classrooms, hallways, and community. I am pleased that our Catholic schools will be returning to in-person learning. This return to a sense of order and normalcy is a blessed gift to the children. To shower them in Goodness, Truth, and Beauty is the noble responsibility of all those working in Catholic education. I am sure that returning to the classroom is a gift to you as well, as teaching is a true vocation from God. As schools set to open for the new academic year, it’s time to return to the work of Faith. To all those preparing, praying, and planning for a safe school year, I say “THANK YOU”! Your dedication has not gone unnoticed. Anchoring children in the ways of the Faith and tethering them tightly to Jesus, present in the Holy Eucharist, is of supreme importance. It is what makes our Catholic schools Catholic. Although undoubtedly this year may look different with new protocols and safeguards in place, there are some things that will never change: Our mission of teaching the young to know, love, and serve Christ. Thank you for your ministry in Catholic education. Thank you for lighting the spark of knowledge and faith; indeed it is a holy thing.”

- Most Reverend Peter A. Libasci, Bishop of Manchester