Benefits & Compensation

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At Chavez Schools we believe in recognizing our instructional and non-instructional staff who work each day to further our mission. Below is just a snapshot of the many benefits we offer members of the Chavez Community!

Chavez Schools offers a highly competitive salary.

Chavez Schools maintains partnerships with Results Gyms and Washington Sports Clubs to offer our employees discounts towards getting and staying healthy.

Flex Spending Account
Eligible Chavez Schools employees may set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for qualified medical, dependent care, and transportation expenses.

Health Benefits
Chavez Schools offers a comprehensive suite of health and wellness benefits that include dental, vision and prescription drug coverage. Beginning in School Year 16 - 17, Chavez Schools’ employees will have the option of enrolling in a 100% employer paid individual level health insurance plan!

Life Insurance
Chavez provides eligible employees term life insurance up to $50,000.

Paid Leave
Generous leave packages coupled with Chavez Schools winter, spring, summer vacations and 11 federal holidays, offers school based staff ample paid time away to rejuvenate.

Referral Bonus
We love referrals! Current teachers who refer a colleague or friend who is hired as a teacher, will receive $500 after the referred teacher has been with the organization for 90 days.

Chavez School employees are fully vested in the monies contributed to their 403(b) plan from day one! Beginning in your second year, Chavez Schools will match up to 5% and the longer you stay with us Chavez Schools will match up to 8%.

Each Chavez Schools employee is outfitted with a Microsoft Surface for school related use.


Apply to Chavez Schools today!


I feel so fortunate to serve as a Special Education Teacher at Chavez Schools where I am afforded the opportunity to impact the lives of so many. My inspiration comes from watching scholars with special needs realize that they too can be a viable and active member of the community.

- Tiffany Scott, Special Education teacher, Capitol Hill High School