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Meeting with Your Financial Board – How to Prepare and How StJFS Can Help 

Meeting with your financial board can be one of the most stressful points of the month, quarter, or year for you as a school leader. From the audits of school finances, to the projections that must be made for the following year, these meetings call to attention the financial present – and future – ofContinue reading “Meeting with Your Financial Board – How to Prepare and How StJFS Can Help “

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Global Institute for Church Management: How Catholic Schools Can Emerge from COVID-19 Stronger than Ever Before

Catholic Schools can use the lessons they learnt from COVID to build back better their organizations and become leaders of education. Catholic schools faced an unprecedented crisis with the closure of schools Catholic school enrollment has decreased by 21.3% since 2010 according to the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA 2021-2022: The Annual Statistical Report onContinue reading “Global Institute for Church Management: How Catholic Schools Can Emerge from COVID-19 Stronger than Ever Before”

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Looking Past COVID-19: Emerging Challenges and Countless Opportunities 

As the recovery from COVID-19 begins to hit its stride, what constitutes the new normal presents many challenges- but also opportunities for schools to show what they’ve learned over the past two years.  With a majority of educators estimating at least 3 months of lost learning among their students, educators face a unique challenge comparedContinue reading Looking Past COVID-19: Emerging Challenges and Countless Opportunities 

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New Year Tuition Set Up

Heading into a new school year, or preparing for the years to come? Our tuition check-list makes tuition planning simple, intuitive, and easily understandable for your management team.

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The New Challenge: Preparing Students for Jobs That Don’t Yet Exist 

Preparing the next generation of students requires educators to anticipate what their unique challenges will be, and what we can do today to help them be successful. The value of a private education, particularly Catholic, is the flexibility in curriculum that helps us make the investments we need to remain not only competitive, but aheadContinue reading “The New Challenge: Preparing Students for Jobs That Don’t Yet Exist “

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Coronavirus Effects aren’t the Only “Peak” this weekend.

I’m writing this we approach the 3:00 pm hour when tradition tells us that Christ completed His salvific act. Good Friday is a sorrowful day that remembers how thousands of years of salvation history culminated to this one point. To borrow a term that is currently dominating the popular lexicon, salvation history reached its peakContinue reading “Coronavirus Effects aren’t the Only “Peak” this weekend.”

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“That’s Just What We’ve Always Done”

I began my career working for a consulting firm and doing work at some of the world’s largest companies. These are companies with valuations that exceed some nations, and likely exert more influence than an even larger number of nations. Despite those vast resources, or perhaps because of them, I would still find individuals whoContinue reading ““That’s Just What We’ve Always Done””


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