NCAIS: Adding Value for Independent Schools Across North Carolina
The North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS) is the recognized and respected membership organization for independent schools across the state. Schools join NCAIS to benefit from the outstanding professional learning opportunities we offer, to access a collaborative network of colleagues, to have a voice in our state legislature, and to utilize a variety of services and resources that enhance learning and save time and money.
Ongoing professional growth is essential to remaining relevant and sustainable in an ever-changing educational landscape. NCAIS professional learning provides a variety of high quality offerings that are affordable and convenient.
NCAIS keeps a watchful eye on activities in the North Carolina legislature that have the potential to impact independent education in our state. We also provide oversight at the federal level in conjunction with Council for the Advancement of Private Education (CAPE) and the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS).
NCAIS provides outreach and resources to articulate the value of independent education, in the larger sense, to the communities we serve, and a smaller sense to prospective families.
Annual Educators Conference
We are excited to share plans for the 2014 Annual Educators Conference. This year's theme, REACH, creates a powerful visual for each of us…as educators and learners, it "reaches" us on many levels. It brings to mind specific, and personal, instances for each of us…where our "reach" was both pivotal and powerful. It resonates with us individually and collectively as educators and creates an ideal framework for this very special event.Learn More
Mark your calendar for October 24, 2014 and plan to join us for our annual conference. This year's conference is entitled "REACH" and will feature keynote speakers Scott Barry Kaufman, author of Ungifted, Mark Milliron, Co-Founder and Chief Learning Officer of Civitas Learning, and featured speaker Molly Barker, founder and president of Girls on the Run.
MISBO, founded in 1976 and restructured in 1998 as Mid-South Independent School Business Officers, is a non-profit, professional association of over 300 independent schools in the Southeast Region of the United States. MISBO provides its members opportunities for collective purchasing, information sharing and professional development. Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, MISBO serves all aspects of the business operations of independent schools. For more information please visit www.misbo.com.
The North Carolina Association of Independent Schools (NCAIS) is the recognized and respected membership organization for independent schools across the state. Schools join NCAIS to benefit from the outstanding professional learning opportunities we offer, to access to a collaborative network of colleagues, to have a voice in our state legislature, and to obtain access to a variety of services and resources that enhance learning and save time and money.
The Piedmont School is HAPPY! Click HERE to see their toe-tapping video.
Greensboro Montessori School’s middle school students make the news when they quizzed GOP candidates for the 6th Congressional District seat. Click HERE to read the full article.
The Duke School makes the New York Times for their successful indexed tuition program. Click HERE to read more!
Durham Academy tops the view list on YouTube with their creative school closing announcement! Click HERE to check it out!
Providence Day School puts a different twist on their school closing message. Click HERE to check it out!
Salisbury Academy names Mrs. Beverly Fowler as the next Head of School. Click HERE to read more! Congratulations Beverly!
Patrick Fiel, PVF Security Consulting, recently shared the information about a current pilot program in North Carolina and he is willing to do a pilot program at an NCAIS school. Please contact Laura Blackburn, Director of Professional Development, if you are interested in more information.