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About ISACS

Each unique, varying in identity, mission, culture, and program, ISACS member schools share ideals in the form of a set of common standards for good practice and a professional learning community. More than 240 member schools, serving over 90,000 students, count on ISACS for high quality accreditation services, professional development programs, and resources.

A 501(c)3 organization, ISACS was founded in 1908.

Mission

ISACS leads schools to pursue exemplary independent education.

Vision

ISACS schools empower all students to contribute and thrive in a diverse and changing world.

Core Values

  • Equity

  • Integrity

  • Continuous Improvement

Statement of Equity & Inclusion

Through accreditation and other services, the Association will require and support the work of each ISACS school to provide an equitable, affirming, safe, and just environment. 

Equity

  • Promoting the health and well-being of all member schools and individuals in their communities, whatever their identity.
  • Moving our schools and our association toward embracing difference while recognizing our commonalities and learning from each other.
  • Promoting respect, the foundation of equity.

Integrity

  • Measuring each school against its success in meeting its own mission.
  • Serving members and making decisions in a manner that is fair, honest, ethical, trustworthy, and based in principle.
  • Developing strategic direction and initiatives in a context of mindfulness of our purpose and “the whole.”

Continuous Improvement

  • Providing a system of accreditation based in institutional selfreflection that facilitates a continuous process for schools to become “their best selves,” well aligned with good practice.
  • Offering resources and services that help schools and individual educators learn and thrive.
  • Using goal setting, data analysis, and reflection as an association to consider and direct our own work.

ISACS By the Numbers

240+

ISACS membership includes more than 240 independent schools.

90K

ISACS schools serve more than 90,000 students.

13

ISACS membership draws independent schools from 13 states.