Funding the Future

It has been especially tough to fund parochial schools in the past few years. Whether it is harder or easier at your school in the future is up to you. […]

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Budgeting for Innovation

Each year, new parochial schools open their doors. Most of them come into existence because their leader and their board believe there is an unmet or under-met need in their community. Many times the new school must be able to demonstrate or articulate how their services will be different (innovative) from the existing schools (yours for instance). […]

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Funding the Future

A recent study suggests that the middle class is shrinking and has less income. Middle class families are a major source of income (donations and tuition) for most Christian schools. Fewer middle class families means there will be fewer potential donors and some schools will see a decline in the number of tuition-paying families. […]

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Efficiency Versus Student Needs

Continuously increasing efficiency may be hurting your students and families. […]

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Funding the Future

For several years, it has been tough to fund parochial schools. Whether it is harder or easier in the future is up to you. […]

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School Choice and School Vouchers

School choice and school vouchers are continuing to change the elementary and high school market. Have you thought about how these changes are going to affect your school? […]

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Troubling News

Everyone knows that parochial school enrollment is declining. Does closing a school that is in decline make sense? […]

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