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 2015 Kingdom School Institute will be June 17-19.

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Not just another Christian school conference, Building a Kingdom School Institute (KSi) features a distinct and specific focus: training Christian school leaders in how to build a Kingdom school based on the biblical philosophy of Kingdom Education.

KSi is three days of interactive, engaging instruction that will equip every department of your school leadership team to build a Kingdom school based on the biblical philosophy of Kingdom Education.

Encourage your entire team to attend this year’s conference and learn how to impact the tone of your hallways and the hearts of your students and faculty.

Kingdom School Institute Modules:


  • Main Module
    • Track for Administrators/Board Members/Pastors
      • "Blueprint" for a plan to impact your school's culture
    • Track for Teachers_New for 2014
      • Training in the philosophy of Kingdom Education and biblical integration in the classroom

Starting a New School

Scholastic Excellence-Curriculum and Instruction

Divisional Leadership

Worldview, Spiritual & Leadership Development

Operations, Business & Advancement


Click for more information on the 2014 Alumni White Paper Presentations and Round Table Discussions


Links from 2013 Kingdom School Institute

Glen Schultz's Presentations



Click HERE for a full description of all KSi Modules



Featured Speakers:

GlenSchultz Dr. Glen Schultz

Author of Kingdom Education: God’s Plan for Educating Future Generations and Head of School at Sherwood Christian Academy in Albany, Georgia.

LarryTaylor Dr. Larry Taylor

Head of School at Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano, Texas

Watch for information on th 2015 Kingdom School Institute
  At the Prestonwood Christian Academy Leadership Center, Plano, Texas
Read below for SBACS Grant Program form to apply for financial assistance to attend KSi.
SBACS Member Schools Receive $81,000 in Grants
SBACS-KSI Partnership Continues:
From the beginning, SBACS has partnered with KSI to promote the Institute, sponsoring member schools to attend by providing cash grants. Thanks to the ongoing generosity of the DEW Foundation (Dale and Edna Walsh Foundation) SBACS has awarded nearly $81,000 in grants to help
schools send their leaders to KSI. Grants are awarded on a first-come,
first-served basis to member schools, so if your school is not a member you can
Join SBACS and apply for a grant today!
Click here for top 10 Reasons to join SBACS

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