Fall Institute 2020 in San Antonio, TX
Learn and grow during the fall season—and immediately implement what you've learned at your school. You'll gain the confidence to perform your job efficiently, backed by over 45 years of institutional knowledge, research, and insight. Take part in comprehensive training while networking with your private-independent school peers to lead your school with clarity.
Discover how you, as Board President, can keep your school viable and sustainable through the good times and bad. This weekend workshop will help you survive now and thrive in the years to come by providing strategies, insight, and guidance specifically for private-school Trustees.
for Gold Members
$2,689.00 General Price
$1,604.00 Second Person Pricing
New to the Admission Office? This workshop is designed to introduce Admission Officers to the big-picture view of factors most impacting a school’s ability to recruit and re-recruit mission-appropriate students. Get a firsthand look at ISM’s admission funnel model; You’ll observe sound strategies, common pitfalls, and well-developed solutions to some of the issues most frequently arising in private-school enrollment.
The efforts of the Marketing Communications Office are integral to your private-independent school, providing a unified message to your faculty and staff, students, families, and the larger community. Discover how to excel in this position through proven strategies, in-depth knowledge, and hands-on activities to create a marketing communication action plan you can immediately implement in the new school year.
Schools are driven by the ever-increasing demand for more funding, yet are also aware of return on investment. Therefore, many focus their fundraising efforts on major gifts. This workshop explores the latest methodology for creating a fundraising program that produces generous returns, now and in the future.
for Gold Members
$2,797.00 General Price
When your school offers a quality summer program, it generates various benefits: a valued service to current parents, new recruitment opportunities, supplemental employment for your school’s faculty, a chance to consider innovative academic programs, and so much more! Explore how to build the right program for your school's community.
A proactive, organized approach to financial aid can reduce the headaches involved with awarding families, making the process strategic and stress-free. Discover how to develop a mission-appropriate financial aid program that serves as a tool to help you award appropriately, boost revenue, achieve your enrollment goals, and advance your mission.
Discover how to create a student-centered culture that best serves your entire school community. Engage in meaningful conversations about hiring and induction, assessing and enhancing faculty and school culture, coaching and mentoring, growth-oriented and teacher-driven professional growth and renewal, and effective faculty evaluation.
Walden School, CA
The instructors and materials are compelling and engaging. ISM clearly has a passion for research, the results, and supporting the long-range successes of its members and participating schools.
Meredith King, Director of Finance and Operations
Maumee Valley Country Day School, OH
I did not understand the value when I signed up, and it is absolutely worth the time. It is worth [...] the money. It is worth coming with a team from your school so that you can collaborate and work together. I had no idea how valuable it would be, and I'm just thrilled that I'm able to be here.
Lynn Casto, Head of School
Canterbury School, IN
I had the best experience at ISM's New Development Director! I was blown away by the information and expertise. I am leaving the conference feeling so equipped and motivated to affect change and implement development best practice at my school.
Jessica Morales, Director of Institutional Advancement