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Meet Your Cohort Leader
Over the past decade he has served as an Academic Dean to two flagship schools in our movement: Veritas School in Richmond, VA (2010 – 2014) and Covenant Classical School in Fort Worth, TX (2014 – Present). His work in classical schools most notably includes reforming mathematics programs and building professional learning communities through meaningful professional development. Additionally, Andrew offers consulting services to classical Christian schools and has been a keynote speaker at SCL annual conferences.
Andrew and his wife Brooke have three daughters (5th, 7th, and 10th grade) attending CCS and are regularly attending members of Fort Worth Presbyterian Church. In Andrew’s spare time he enjoys backpacking, bluegrass, and books.
When special needs/issues arise, direct access to a seasoned mentor in between monthly virtual meetings
Intimate group of a maximum of 12 participants to ensure relational depth and connection with colleagues from across the country.
Access to a “toolbox” via a shared folder of carefully curated tools, resources, and articles.
Social gatherings with cohorts at SCL regional and national gatherings.
This program is for anyone serving as an academic dean in a classical Christian school. The goal of this program is to understand our role and responsibilities in our respective schools, establish a common language to describe our tradition, equip ourselves with tools to make meaningful change in curriculum and instruction, and develop strategies for investing in faculty culture.
- Presentation of a monthly key topic followed by facilitated discussion.
- Open dialogue to discuss issues, challenges, and victories.
- 1-3 hours of homework monthly (ex. assigned readings).
- Resources, shared documents, and training material.
- Access to Andrew Elizalde as your mentor as needed.
- Time for fellowship to encourage one another in our good work.
Academic Dean Cohort
SCL Member Schools receive 10% discount
Monthly Payment Options Available