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Why Christian Schooling?

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The choice you make for your children's education shapes them academically, spiritually, and in their worldview and skills. At Christian schools, the faculty and staff are equipped to address each of these developing areas of a child's life. These schools take seriously the responsibility to develop children's minds, but they don't distance God from academics. They know that developing skills in young people is essential to helping them reach their God-given potential. 

This Just In...
ACSI makes summer learning easy

Plan now to take advantage of ConNEXUS Premium for summer professional development.

ACSI’s Burkina Faso Office Launches

ACSI announces the opening of an office that will serve French-speaking Christian schools in West Africa.

An essential connection for your school

Make sure your school is mission-ready! Renew your ACSI membership on July 5—your current benefits are good through September 30.

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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:

Member Testimonials
Time and again I find myself challenged and inspired by the commentary in the ACSI ConNEXUS forums. When taken together there's a tremendous amount of practical guidance and wisdom day after day. It's a great blessing. 
Brian Hazeltine 
Algoma Christian School, Kent City, MI
The ACSI accreditation process was very helpful. It helped make our program better. Thank you. 
Mary Sue Hale
Cross of Hope Lutheran Preschool
We appreciate being members of such a wonderful Christian organization!
3,000 U.S. member schools
(Early Education to grade 12)
8 Regional Offices
ACSI has touched
the lives of more than
5.5 million students worldwide
ACSI serves
Christian schools in
113 countries
Featured Resources
The Role of Athletic Directors in Operating a Safe K–12 Athletic Program

Athletic programs are particularly vulnerable to lawsuits because students are involved in high-risk activities. While all sports involve higher risks of injury for students than they would otherwise face in their normal academic settings, some sports clearly have more risk of injury than others.

No Sex, Please, We're Christian Schoolers

Students need real personal testimonies about the beauty of God's plan for sex, as well as honesty about the consequences of ignoring that plan.

6 Ways to Incorporate Unique Student Outcomes Into Your Standards-Based Program

Our priorities are not always identical, but focusing on our common ground has helped us advance our programs and serve our students.

Upcoming Worldwide Events
Professional Development Forum 2016
Sep 22, 2016 - Nov 23, 2016

Over the past five years, we've given you the opportunity to talk back to us about your needs. Just as effective teachers assess and respond to the needs of their students, ACSI is modifying how we deliver professional development in response to you. As a result of your feedback, in the fall of 2016 you'll experience a new professional development opportunity through the ACSI Professional Development Forum.

International School Job Fair
Nov 1, 2016 - Nov 9, 2016

An annual U.S. event that connects international school representatives and sending agencies with potential hires.

International Christian Educator Conference—Asia
Nov 23, 2016 - Nov 26, 2016

A high-quality professional development conference for teachers, administrators, and staff serving in international Christian schools around the world.

Online Community Discussions 
Grade Conversion for Unusual and Traditional Chinese Transcripts   
Does anyone have a good source for converting unusual transcripts to match the U.S.GPA system? We have a couple of student applicants with transcripts reflecting scores of 1–8 by subject, with 1 being low and 8 being high. The school and agent were not able to provide a standard for converting the grades to percentages.    
This will be my second year in 4th grade and I have so many questions...Do you give homework?  If so, how much and how often? 
Using Scrip Funds for Tuition
I have heard that there are schools that allow parents to apply the profits made from Scrip sales toward their tuition accounts. We have a similar opportunity for parents to earn tuition dollars and I am interested in how that works both legally and practically.