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Draw Families In

Although many families in our communities may have a choice of good schools for their children, some have chosen our Christian schools. Why have they chosen our school over another? What sacrifices are they making to continue at our schools? How can we retain these families and attract other families to our quality Christian schools?

Rethinking Assessment

"What a school decides to measure is particular to each school and expresses what that school community values in the realms of academics, social, physical, and spiritual development." -- This article from the ACSI Blog provides valuable insight for educators and how they think about assessment as a tool for learning and spiritual formation.

School Service Visits

How are you preparing for the coming school year? The ACSI Europe office staff want to invest in you as a school leader and in your school to make this the best year ever.

International Collaborative Projects for Christian Schools

This four-week course will introduce you to the important aspects of project based learning with strong biblical integration, and provide you with the opportunity to develop a project in partnership with another course participant that you can then implement with your students to meet the goals of your curriculum.

Changing Instructional Culture

Changing Instructional Culture: A New Principal’s List of Do’s and Don’ts is a call for school leaders to carefully plan for and invest in professional development for their teaching staff. This was written for the ACSI blog by Thelma Ensink, principal at Calvin Christian Middle and High Schools, Michigan.

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Draw Families In

Although many families in our communities may have a choice of good schools for their children, some have chosen our Christian schools. Why have they chosen our school over another? What sacrifices are they making to continue at our schools? How can we retain these families and attract other families to our quality Christian schools?

Rethinking Assessment

"What a school decides to measure is particular to each school and expresses what that school community values in the realms of academics, social, physical, and spiritual development." -- This article from the ACSI Blog provides valuable insight for educators and how they think about assessment as a tool for learning and spiritual formation.

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Events

Our 21st annual Student Leadership Conference gives your school the option of 2 participation dates: Sept. 25-28 or Oct. 2-5. Join us in Vajta, Hungary with your student leadership team as we... more...
This is a one-day event for teachers and school leaders. We kindly invite those who speak Romanian or English to participate as we gather in Oradea for learning, fellowship and inspiration in the... more...
The 16th ACSI Conference for French Region Directors and Trustees of Christian Schools will take place at the Château de Saint-Alain. The theme will be "keys to dynamic governance in our schools". more...
ACSI Europe is evaluating the needs of member schools in order to provide the most effective services and events for the coming year. more...
Professional development, encouragement, and networking for the international Christian school leader provided by the ACSI International Schools Department (USA office). The location this year... more...