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ACSI Europe
László Demeter, Europe Regional Director
1182 Budapest, Óhuta u. 46.
Hungary
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Daniel Neuhaus, Francophone Director
Boîte Postale 40198
S68305  Saint-Louis cedex, FR
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Verband Evangelischer Bekenntnisschulen e.V.
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P.O. Box 65130 
731 Chapel Hills Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80962
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Scot Musser
28760 Tres Cantos, Spain
Tel.:  +34 91-219-0405
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Events

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...
Conference for leaders of Christian educational institutions in Hungary and abroad. 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...

 

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Prepared to Lead

Being "Prepared to Lead" - At this Student Leadership Conference organized by ACSI Europe, not only young people but also teachers received an important message: Build strategically on the formation of Christian youth.

Service-Learning in the Christian School

Service-learning is a teaching strategy that connects classroom learning with meaningful, authentic service in the community. Students learn and practice content, skills, or dispositions in the classroom and then go out to apply those learning objectives in the context of a service project that meets legitimate needs of others.

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