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School Stories: Why Worldview? A Call to Christ, A Call to Virtue

Evangelical Christian School’s (ECS) mission is “to provide the Christian family with a Christ-centered, biblically directed curriculum that challenges the students to know the Lord Jesus Christ and to develop the vision and practice of excellence in academics, character, leadership, […]

News – From SAIS President Debra Wilson – December 2022

Hello Friends! As we race through the first few weeks of December, I hope its shortened days bring a winter break window during which we can all rest a little more as we enter into our various festivities and prepare […]

Values That Bind and Divide Us: Insights Gained Along “Wisdom Road”

Along Wisdom Road, I have heard the following statements: “My parents valued education above all else.” “What farmers need is more free markets and fewer bailouts by the government.” “We welcome with open arms anyone from anywhere who is willing […]

Book Club With Author Michael Horn

Join a thoughtful discussion with Michael Horn on his most recent book From Reopen to Reinvent: (Re)Creating School for Every Child. In From Reopen to Reinvent, distinguished education strategist Michael Horn offers a practical blueprint to rebuilding an education system that is […]

Leading From the Second Position 

Assistant and associate heads of school occupy a special role as their influence in the community adds great value throughout the entire school. Sitting in these roles requires insight that is not always available to the head of school. However, […]

SAIS Volunteer Opportunities

SAIS relies on member volunteers to assist in providing engaging programs and a beneficial accreditation process. Volunteers help programs run smoothly and allow members to take on leadership roles within the association. The following opportunities are available to support and […]

School Stories: How Do You Celebrate Your 175th Birthday?

By Jennifer Parris, St. Mary’s Episcopal School St. Mary’s Episcopal School, the oldest independent school in Tennessee, celebrated its 175th anniversary with a party last spring, the culmination of a yearlong campaign to honor and remember the traditions and legacy […]

Research-Based Activities to Promote Flourishing at School

Research Schools International (RSI) and The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard have curated a collection of research-based activities that promote student flourishing. In this presentation, Christina Hinton will present a research study that RSI carried out on implementing these flourishing […]

Mental Health Toolkit for Schools

Join Danielle Vallas and Gabriella Pelosi from D&G Wellness to take a closer look at the meaning of mental health, the challenges educators face and most importantly, gather strategies to manage mental health more effectively. During this webinar, educators will build skills […]

Work and Wellness at Ravenscroft

By Kendra Varnell and Justin Brandon, Ravenscroft School Given the unprecedented circumstances of the last two years, there is hardly disagreement that the unique consideration of teachers’ needs and well-being is not just important but required. The challenges facing all […]