About BPS

Belmont, MA is an increasingly diverse community 8 miles west of Boston with a population of approximately 28,000 citizens. Belmont is a predominantly residential town with a number of cultural and community based organizations and thriving small retail shops and businesses.

Belmont Public Schools serves more than 4,400 students from diverse backgrounds who represent many cultures and speak more than 45 languages. With a staff of over 650 teachers, professionals, administrators, and support staff in grades Pre-K-12 across 7 schools, Belmont Public Schools is a high functioning district dedicated to offering an robust curriculum for all students.


With a commitment to teaching and learning, the Belmont Public Schools strive to nurture the knowledge, skills, and emotional development of each student in order to create a community of engaged learners who contribute to the common good and are of service to others


The Belmont Public Schools provide an innovative environment where all adults and children develop and apply the curiosity, skills, and habits of life-long learners. Our success is built on a partnership of educators, families, and community members that is committed to providing the means for Belmont’s children to create happy and successful lives.

All students in the Belmont Public Schools will

  • Learn: Develop the confidence and resilience that result from exceptional effort;

  • Think: Authentically engage in a rigorous curriculum;

  • Create: Apply their learning to address important challenges;

  • Serve: Make a positive difference in the lives of other people.

Equal Opportunity Employer

It is the policy of the Belmont Public Schools to afford equal employment opportunity to all qualified persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, age, military status, sexual orientation, disability, or gender, except where age or sex is a bona fide occupational qualification as allowed by the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

  • Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

  • Both traditional education candidates and non-traditional candidates, i.e., proven professionals from the business, government (city, state, federal), and non-profit sectors, will be considered.