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Combustible culture.
Clashing values.
Mercurial legal terrain.
Abounding busyness.

About the Symposium

Running and leading a classical Christian school during these complex times can be a challenge. Healthy leadership is more important than ever. 

The Winter Symposium focuses on two critical areas of leadership for every classical school –  Heads and Boards. Four top-tier speakers will engage us on timely topics: 

  • A. Larry Ross: Communicating a Classical, Christian Mission and Vision in a Critical, Combustible Culture
  • Justin Earley: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction
  • Brad Layland:  How to Maximize Capital Campaign Success and Build The Ideal Annual Fund Strategy 
  • Leslie Moeller:  Playing Offense in a Chaotic Culture: Risk Management Fundamentals 

So Board members and Heads of School, escape the winter blues and join us this year in the beautiful sunshine and beaches of St. Augustine, FL. Come away equipped and encouraged to take on the tackle challenges back home.

Speakers

Justin W. Earley

Author, Speaker, and Lawyer

Brad Layland

CEO,
The FOCUS Group

Leslie Moeller

Board Chair,
Society for Classical Learning

A. Larry Ross

Co-Founder & CEO,
A. Larry Ross Communications

Kristin Cole

President,
A. Larry Ross Communications

Kerri Ridenour

COO,
A. Larry Ross Communications

Additional Info

Event Guide
Download the digital version of our event program to help you plan your time at the symposium!

Hotel Information
Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Augustine Beach Oceanfront Resort
300 A1A Beach Blvd, St. Augustine, FL 32080
904-461-9004

Be Prepared.

Registration

This weekend best serves Board Chairs and Heads of School working in tandem. However, any combination of Board members and the Head of School, or even one or the other, will certainly benefit from this time of equipping and encouragement on timely topics.

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Have Questions?

Email Marissa Yanaga, SCL Executive Assistant