Christian School Leadership Lessons

Practical tips and inspiration

“Leadership Lessons” are curated conversations with respected administrators, innovators, and thought leaders in Christian education from around the country. Each episode discusses practical, innovative ways to keep schools moving forward in their mission and vision for the future.

 

Episode 3 | 37 min

Are You Delivering Model Ts or Teslas? Why Our Schools Need to Take a New Approach

Dr. Gene Frost helped Wheaton Academy in suburban Chicago become one of the most respected Christian high schools in the country. He explains why Christian schools must take a new approach to education and offers tips for getting it done.

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Episode 2 | 30 min

Empowering School Leaders and Fostering Donor Relationships

In this lesson, we talk with Dr. Todd Marrah, who serves as superintendent for Tree of Life Christian Schools. He explains how he envisions education transforming over the next decade, how he empowers his school’s leaders, and why there’s sound reasoning for the head of school to spend time off campus to network and build donor relations.

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Episode 1 | 30 min

Sustainability and the Future of Christian Education

In this lesson, we talk with Dr. Larry Taylor, who serves a dual role as head of school for Prestonwood Christian Academy and president and CEO of ACSI. He explains why he sees a bright future for Christian education and shares insights on sustainability, including how Prestonwood Christian Academy is taking an innovative approach to “school.”

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We’re always looking for the next Christian school leader we can chat with. Let us know who you think would be a good fit.

 

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