Principal Development Institute
February 25–27, 2020 | Orlando, Florida
Available for lead principals with fewer than ten years of experience, PDI is a cohort model event that brings together a network of likeminded school leaders. In addition to training, there are small group discussions and opportunities to share specific challenges you are facing.
Apply by November 15 by emailing Deb Lantz.
Thank you for this incredibly valuable opportunity. I learned a great deal about my profession, not only from the facilitators, who clearly had expertise and wisdom, but I learned the most from passionate colleagues who do this difficult but important work with such faithfulness. I grew Spiritually, professionally and personally through this experience. It was a gift. I went back to my school feeling more prepared for what lies ahead.
Calvin Christian High School,
Each PDI conference includes a series of small group discussions focused on areas where Christian school leaders experience challenges or growth opportunities.
Reflections On Thriving School Leaders
Creating a Vision for Success
Step Back Consulting
Thinking Systemically/Working Strategically
Governance & Sustainability
Who Are We Serving: Missional vs. Covenantal
Issues Facing Christian Schools
Cost to attend
Thanks to our generous donors, CSI covers all registration fees, lodging, and meal expenses. Participants are responsible for travel costs.
Due to the intensity of the program, we encourage spouses and family members not to attend. Participants share housing with one other participant.
"The PDI conference was a time of significant learning and networking for me. In my first year of full-time administration, the opportunity to gain from the advice and wisdom of trusted leaders in the field of education was invaluable. The opportunity to participate in an off-campus setting was also valuable since I could concentrate on learning and assimilating rather than on the daily concerns that are part of administration. I am deeply grateful for your investment in us as Christian school leaders, and ultimately, in the students who will benefit from a God-centered education."
Pella Christian High School