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SAIS Accreditation: Jumping Through Hoops or Getting Engaged?

By Joanne Andruscavage, Director of Accreditation, SAIS When you read the word “accreditation,” what comes to mind? Dread? Drudgery? A series of hoops your school must jump through to earn recognition? A certificate? What’s your “elevator speech” about your school’s […]

Serenity in School Leadership:
Choosing the Path of Wisdom, Courage, and Joy

By Scott Barron, School Growth SCHOOL HAPPENS! That’s the bumper sticker that would aptly describe the unpredictable events and situations educators face daily. Most of us do this work because we love learning and inspiring others on their journey. But […]

School Could Be Real Life

By Kelley Waldron, Head of School, St. Andrew’s School, Savannah, GA In Josh Clark’s article in the January edition of HeadLines, “School Is Not Reality,” he drives home salient illustrations of the structure and patterns of “how schools work.” He […]

STEM Mentoring Award for Bernadin – Clay test page

SAIS member school The Ron Clark Academy (RCA) in Atlanta is internationally known for its innovative approach, academic excellence, and the leadership opportunities offered to its 4th – 8th grade students. It now has another point of pride in Junior […]

STEM Mentoring Award for Bernadin

SAIS member school The Ron Clark Academy (RCA) in Atlanta is internationally known for its innovative approach, academic excellence, and the leadership opportunities offered to its 4th – 8th grade students. It now has another point of pride in Junior […]

Admissions Virtual Roundtable Recording – February 9, 2022

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School Stories: Culture With Intentionality

Kendall Terry, assistant director of Clayton-Bradley Academy shares how they are developing a culture where people want to attend, work, and grow. What makes a school campus unique? What causes a person to feel something different when they go from […]

Obtain Meaningful and Actionable Feedback with SAIS Surveys

Surveys offer schools valuable information from stakeholders in the school community. SAIS offers a variety of survey options developed to gather feedback from parents, students, faculty, and trustees. School Community Feedback Survey For parents, faculty, and upper school students, the […]

Principles of Good Practice

Starting a New Independent School

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