Columbus School for Girls (CSG), an independent day school founded in 1898 in Columbus, Ohio, serves diverse students in grades pre-k through grade 12. CSG empowers girls to discover their distinct potential as learners and leaders. A leader in the education of girls and young women, CSG is a vibrant community of more than 544 students from 51 zip codes, 116 faculty and staff, and 2,500 active alumnae. CSG’s 8-acre academic campus in the beautiful Bexley neighborhood is a ten-minute drive from downtown Columbus, a city bustling with artistic, civic, and shopping experiences. Having just completed a strategic plan to guide the School’s direction over the next several years, CSG offers an exceptional, student-centered academic experience with strong offerings in the arts, an impressive athletic program, and a health and wellness curriculum that is unique in Central Ohio. This combination of academics and skills ensures that CSG students will be well prepared for life beyond CSG.
At CSG we empower girls to discover their distinct potential as learners and leaders.
At CSG, we make decisions by putting our students and our school first. We do that with a love for teaching and learning that is grounded in trust, excellence, and persistence. We believe that this approach is fundamental to an empowering learning environment where we keep individuals in mind and our community at heart.
Columbus School for Girls offers a competitive salary, benefits, and professional opportunities. CSG celebrates diversity and is committed to becoming a more equitable and inclusive community where all members feel safe, connected, and respected. We define diversity broadly, considering each member’s race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, socio-economic status, physical ability, and learning profile, as crucial components of that diversity.