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High school teachers teach students in grades 9 through to grade 12. They are responsible for the entire spectrum of their students' education, from planning the curriculum and lecturing in the classroom, to setting and grading tests, working one on one with students if necessary and liaising with parents.
A bachelor's degree and a state-issued license or certification are mandatory for anyone wishing to pursue a career as a high school teacher. There are several advancement opportunities in this field with experience and completing of specialty programs. It takes patience, dedication and a passion for teaching to work as a high school teacher. Resourcefulness, excellent communication skills and the ability to build a rapport with high school students are all essential attributes for this role.
Why do you like working with high school students in particular? What do you like best in this role and what do you find especially challenging? What are your thoughts on the current high school curriculum? Are you for giving students homework or against it? These are just some of the questions you can expect to be asked at your interview. You can find many more at Mock Questions.