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25+ WORKSHOPS | HANDS-ON LEARNING | ACTION PLANNING | NETWORKING

Thanks to all who joined us at Summer Institute 2019! We had a great time and hope you did too.

We offered over 25 workshops this summer to help private-independent school leaders strengthen their skills in every facet of school management. From Board members to School Heads, Business and Advancement Officers, division and academic leaders, there was an offering for everyone. See our recap below. 

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Southpointe Academy, BC, Canada

Southpointe Academy, BC, Canada

Gain Invaluable Information

"This was an excellent workshop—To the point and very well laid out in an easy-to-understand, efficient manner. The leaders were two of the best I've had. They communicated complex ideas in a very efficient way. Both were excellent!"

Mino Padda, Director of Finance and Operations

The Girls’ School of Austin, TX

The Girls’ School of Austin, TX

Be a Confident Leader

"There were so many valuable components to this workshop and I am leaving with a wealth of information, a deeper understanding of my role and practical tools to continue my work. The resources shared with us were excellent - tailored to what we needed and asked for. I’m sure I will be accessing the resource folder for years to come."

Cathleen Eclarinal, Head of School

Salisbury Academy, NC

Salisbury Academy, NC

Build a Lasting Peer Network

"In all of my years in education, this ISM conference was one of the most valuable workshops I have attended. I came to this conference because I never had a mentor in my current role. This conference gave me 20 of those and so much more. I definitely have the tools and strategies I need to be a more effective leader in my school."

Elizabeth Anderson, Lower School Division Director