Articles on this page are intended to provide perspectives on education and the Christian school community and may be adapted from ACSI publications or other sources of interest.

Letter to a New Teacher

All of us were once novices. Every teacher has a “first year.” In fact, even the most experienced teachers may feel like novices again.

Serving Students Well during COVID-19

Parents and teachers are working hard to identify the most important things that our students might learn while managing grief and anxiety.

Flourishing Christian Schools

Which elements contribute to the culture of a flourishing christian school and do some elements matter more than others?

Thankfulness in the classroom

Thankfulness is an attitude that we develop on purpose! How are you developing thankfulness in your life and in your student's lives?

Mind Shift

In a time of precipitous and unprecedented change, educators are being called upon to do more than perhaps ever before.

Prepared to Lead

Being "Prepared to Lead" - At SLC, everyone 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.

Draw Families In

What attracts families to a Christian school? Although many families in our communities may have a choice of good schools for their children, some have chosen our 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.

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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