This official statement from NAES was affirmed and endorsed by the NAES Governing Board on September 16, 2021.
At 8:29 a.m. EDT on August 14, 2021, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Petit-Trou-de-Nippes on Haiti’s southern peninsula, about 90 miles west of Port-au-Prince. Here’s how to help.
The National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES) is pleased to welcome the Rev. David A. Madison, D.Min. to the NAES staff as Executive Director-Elect.
The Annual Fund provides support for the NAES’s annual operations, with 10% of the annual goal set aside for distribution to member schools and schools organizations in the form of Outreach Fund Grants.
At its April 2021 meeting, the NAES Governing Board approved the dues schedule for the 2021-2022 membership year.
NAES looks forward to the added perspectics and wealth of experience that both new members bring to the board.
This week, NAES paid tribute to outgoing Associate Director, Ann Mellow, who is retiring after decades of faithful service to NAES and Episcopal & independent schools. The recording of this event is available here.
Congress authorized two pieces of federal legislation to provide financial assistance to schools. The EEOC has also issued guidelines on the topic of vaccine requirements.
Character, truth, equality, and democracy itself are all at stake. Fortunately, we, in Episcopal schools, are in a prime place to begin to speak truth, build community, and humbly help repair the breach.
A regular, Monday-morning email message from the Rev. Daniel R. Heischman, our executive director, to NAES member heads, rectors, and chaplains.
The Commons: Our Blog
Timely, sometimes tough, questions and insights from NAES and Episcopal school leaders on leadership, governance, Episcopal identity, community life, and other issues.
Excellence depends upon association. No important enterprise can flourish without the strength that comes from moral support, from the exchange of ideas, from mutual encouragement and criticism.