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How Brand Identity Can Inspire Your School's Storytelling

Social media demands that marketers and storytellers be good stewards of our customers time. Prospective families and students do not have time to read your viewbook while sitting in a waiting room or riding on the train, so it is our job to communicate our brand and value proposition in a clear and concise way, sometimes without using words at all. 405 more words

Independent School Storytelling

Carols for Christmastime

Season’s Greetings!

Yes, I am alive and well, even though I have been absent from the blogsphere :^). As I have these past three years, I have had the pleasure to plan for this year’s Candlelight Service of Lessons and Carols with our chaplains. 225 more words


Design Thinking and Independent Schools

This is an article by Peter Gow that appeared in Independent School back in 2012 describing design thinking.  Good review of where things stood and helpful lists of additional resources which I’ll start to hunt down and post about.

2016 People of Color Conference

I just got back from the People of Color Conference — and it was a needed gathering for me in the city of Atlanta. Being around like-minded folks (LGBTQ, black and brown and white allies) fills my soul as I navigate my days in a world operated by those who knowingly and unknowingly empower white supremacy. 115 more words


Education For Students

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Many international pupils who study in the UK live and study at a boarding school. 409 more words

The SGIS Three Campus Model: Sustainable Approach to Critical Work

The  St. George’s Independent School (SGIS) organizational model is unique, and often in my short tenure as Head of School, I have been asked by colleagues around the country about how all the moving parts work together. 1,139 more words

Power of the Mantra: The Tagline Boomerang

I walked into my boyfriend’s bedroom for the first time. It wasn’t what you think, so if you’ve already gone there, you are going to be disappointed. 1,026 more words