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The Administrator's Handbook for Christian Schools

If administrators aim to graduate young men and women who think clearly, articulate persuasively, and evaluate everything in the light of the Scriptures, then they cannot afford to let current educational culture dictate school policies. But, at the same time, the array of issues facing high school administrators and school boards is staggering, and not something to undertake without guidance. Dr. Larry Stephenson has more than twenty-five years of experience in school administration, and his book, The Administrator's Handbook for Christian Schools, is a comprehensive guide to giving kids an academically rigorous and wholeheartedly Christian education.

Dr. Stephenson addresses all the questions that have to be answered, both in theory (school culture, teaching methods, etc.) and practice (emergencies, dress codes, hiring and firing, and so on). With helpful appendices of templates for all kinds of school forms, The Administrator's Handbook gives you the information you need to navigate these perennial issues in the life of a school:

  • Admissions
  • Discipline
  • Evaluations
  • Curriculum
  • Scope and Sequence
  • Activities
  • Athletics
  • AP Courses
  • College Guidance
  • GPAs
  • Honors Classes
  • Facilities
  • Capital Campaigns
  • Public Relations
  • Budgets
  • Salaries

and much more!

Dr. Larry Stephenson has spent over twenty-five years in educational administration. He has been an administrator at Logos School in Moscow, Idaho and Cary Christian School in Cary, North Carolina, and he currently serves as the head of three ACCS schools through his home office in Moscow, Idaho. His desire is to equip school boards and administrators to successfully cultivate excellent classical Christian education for children throughout the world.

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