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What does ACSI do?
God has given us the opportunity to touch the lives of more than 5.5 million students worldwide by strengthening Christian schools and equipping Christian educators. We offer multiple services, including teacher and administrator certification, school accreditation, legal/legislative help, and curriculum publishing.
Where does ACSI work?

ACSI is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

  • Approximately 2,200 member schools (preschool to grade 12) in the United States.
  • More than 160 international member schools (preschool to grade 12).
  • An additional 25,000 Christian schools served across the globe through its services and resources.
  • 70 member Christian colleges and universities.
  • ACSI helps more than 5.5 million students worldwide connect to Christian education through our efforts to strengthen Christian schools and equip Christian educators.

When was ACSI started?
ACSI was founded in 1978.
What is ACSI?
The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) is a Christian educational organization. We advance excellence in Christian schools by enhancing the professional and personal development of Christian educators and providing vital support functions for Christian schools.
How do I find a Christian school?
You can search our database of member schools.
How do I get connected with ACSI?

We'd love to welcome you or your school to the family of ACSI members! Contact ACSI and explore the benefits of membership:

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