Christian Schools International

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Christian Schools International
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TypeNon-governmental organization
PurposeEducational accreditation
  • Grand Rapids, MI

Christian Schools International (CSI) was established in 1920 and supports Christian school teachers who want Bible-based textbooks for their classrooms, principals and school administrators investigating employee benefit plans, Christian school board members seeking information about governance, and parents looking for a Christian school for their children.

Christian Schools International's mission is to advance Christian education and to support schools in their task of teaching students to know God and his world and to glorify him through obedient service.

The organization includes nearly 500 Christian schools in the United States and Canada, which employ approximately 10,000 teachers and enroll 100,000 students.

Christian Schools International publishes a magazine for parents, Christian Home & School[permanent dead link] and also assists schools through their accreditation programs focused on school improvement.

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