The membership year runs July 1 through June 30 each academic year. Renewal and membership forms are sent out each spring.
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Join or Renew Online
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Login is required to use this online form, and only certain staff from each school are authorized to renew membership. If needed, the form will provide a list of persons at your school who do have access to the form.
Please note: if your school is also a member of EUSA, you must use the PDF form instead (see below).
Download PDF Membership Forms
Information about current annual dues, which are self-calculated, may be found in the PDF membership form.
- 2021-2022 School Membership Form
- 2021-2022 Start-Up Committee Membership Form
- 2021-2022 EUSA Membership Form
This voting membership category is open to:
- school and early childhood education programs owned, operated or sponsored by a parish, cathedral, religious community, diocese, province(s), seminary, or other organization of The Episcopal Church; or
- independent schools under the jurisdiction or operating with the knowledge and consent of the bishop of The Episcopal Church diocese in which they are located.
This non-voting membership category is open to school establishment committees or schools not related to The Episcopal Church but sympathetic to the aims and purposes NAES. Dues are the same for members and associate members.
Non-discrimination Certification Requirement
Regardless of membership type, a member or associate member must certify that it admits students of any race, color, national, or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally made available to students at the school; and that it does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, athletic and other school-administered programs.
Episcopal Urban School Alliance (EUSA)
A growing number of Episcopal schools are being established in historically under-served, low-income communities. These schools were and continue to be founded by visionary Episcopal educators and clergy moved to fill a pressing educational need, and by parishes or dioceses seeking to make a significant difference on behalf of children and families in poverty. The Episcopal Urban School Alliance (EUSA) brings together these schools for professional development, fellowship, and the development of a common mission. For a nominal extra fee, qualified schools can join EUSA.