Orlando Skyline

Cast Your Vision for the Future!

GCSLS Homepage sidegraphic

What if you could help shape the future of the Christian school movement? At the upcoming Global Christian School Leadership Summit, you and your peers will have the opportunity to do just that! This inspiring vision-casting event for Christian school leaders is happening February 1–3, 2017 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida.

Learn more or register today!

This Just In...
Department name change: ACSI A.C.E. Student Success Center

ACSI has chosen to change the Urban School Services department name to ACSI A.C.E. Student Success Center. This change reflects our ongoing emphasis on students—regardless of the schools they attend.

DOL Overtime Pay Requirements Put on Hold

LEGAL ALERT from ACSI Legal Legislative Team: A federal judge in Texas has issued a nationwide injunction on the Department of Labor's (DOL) new overtime rules that were to become effective on December 1st. Read more...

Innovative Resources for Teachers of Faith and Science

Designed by teachers for teachers, teachFASTly.com promotes an integrated, intentional, and creative approach to teaching and learning. The site offers hundreds of free, ready-to-use activities organized by subject area.

Male Teacher

Membership makes us stronger together.

ACSI Membership connects your school with a community of Christian educators, along with tools, services, and professional development opportunities.

Discover how membership makes your school stronger:

Find a Christian School

Looking for a Christian school in your area? Add your zipcode above and go! 
Search our directory of nearly 3,000 ACSI member schools in the United States today!

Global Christian School Leadership Summit

February 1–3, 2017    

You have a seat at the table! Join together with fellow Christian school leaders (Early Education, Elementary, Secondary, and Higher Education) from around the world to cast a unified vision for the years ahead.

Featured Resources
48.5 The Road To Damascus Versus the Agora

Our highest calling as parents is to raise spiritually mature children who can help re-form our continually decaying culture. Dr. Larry Taylor, head of Prestonwood Christian Academy (Plano, Texas), shares some great insights on what that process looks like.

48.4 Training "Acts 17" Children

False ideas. How in the world could false ideas be on the same level of destruction as drugs or immorality? Maybe this comment by the late philosopher Dr. Richard Rorty of the University of Virginia can provide insight.

48.3 Developing Our Children's Weltanschauung

How do you prepare your children for the challenging race of life—especially in today’s increasingly secular, post-Christian society? I’ve invited Dr. Larry Taylor, head of Prestonwood Christian Academy (Plano, Texas), to expound on that here.

Upcoming Worldwide Events
2017 Global Christian School Leadership Summit
Feb 1, 2017 - Feb 3, 2017

Join with fellow Christian school leaders (early education, elementary, secondary, and higher education) from around the world to cast a unified vision for the years ahead. You have a seat at the table. Will you join us?

International School Leaders Conference
Apr 30, 2017 - May 3, 2017

High-quality conferences designed specifically for leaders in international Christian schools

PFO 2017
Jun 24, 2017 - Jul 7, 2017

An annual conference for teachers, boarding parents, administrators, and their families headed to international Christian schools

Online Community Discussions 
Admissions Criteria  
We need a better requirement guide with which to determine if we admit a student. Does anyone have criteria they would share with us?
Help Saving Our Library
I am in need of some professional articles about the need for a library/librarian in elementary and middle school (Christian perspective preferred). I am to speak to my school board on behalf of the teachers and students about the need for at least a part time librarian for our school. Any help would be much appreciated!  
Requested Accommodations/Modifications
I would be interested in knowing what other schools do when a parent requests an accommodation or modification to an assignment but there is no ISP, 504, or other documentation providing for such.