Rockbridge Academy, Crownsville, MD
Spring Auxilium, March 14-16, 2023
$189: Early Bird (through 2/10) | $250: Regular Price (from 2/11)
WELCOME TO THE
Do you want to build your school more quickly by tapping into the work of those who have gone before? Have you read the books and blogs, and are ready for hands-on experience? Utilizing established teachers, administrators, and curriculum — and learning from both successes and failures — you can walk the halls, offices, and classrooms to see first hand the major and minor systems necessary to build and run a successful and excellent school.
This partnership between ACCS and our member schools is designed to help schools quickly grow and improve, whether they are just starting up or want to build on their current foundation. We believe in the benefits of connections with other believers passionate about educating children for Christ.
Who is this for? Startups or operating schools that would like visional or operational input.
What will I get? One-on-one answers to questions, hands-on solutions, and support networks with CCE leaders and teachers from around the country.
What will I go home with? New ideas and real-world support from an established and growing school, and a faster path forward to meeting the needs in your community.
Testimonials from the 2022 Ambrose School Auxilium
Ambrose Images: Greek Olympics, Fireside Study Group, In Class, Conference in the Library
PLAN YOUR TRIP
Details & Schedule
|Dates||March 14 (Tuesday) – March 16 (Thursday), 2023
We will begin the Auxilium with an optional evening social on Tuesday, March 14. We’ll spend the next day in the school, with an evening event hosted by the Herzog Foundation. (LEARN MORE) We’ll wrap up on Thursday, March 16. We recommend participants plan to leave the evening of Thursday, March 16, or the morning of Friday, March 17. (LEARN MORE)
|Location||680 Evergreen Road, Crownsville, MD 21032|
|Cost||$189: Early Bird (through 2/10)
$250: Regular Price (from 2/11)
|Suggested Lodging||Country Inn and Suites – 2600 Housely Rd., Annapolis, MD 21401
Discount — To reserve a room at $95 plus tax:
|FAQs||Who is this for? Leadership and teachers at new or operating schools who seek input for their school’s vision and operation.
What will I get? An in-depth exposure to the way an established school works and opportunity to interact with other CCE leaders and teachers.
What will I go home with? New ideas and real-world support from an established school.
An Evening with SchoolBox
6:30-9:00pm on March 15 – Country Inn and Suites Ballroom
The Herzog Foundation is excited to partner with the Association of Classical Christian Schools for the nationwide launch of their initiative to catalyze the growth of school startups across America! The SchoolBox program provides a world-class education on how to start a Christian school and matches schools with a mentor to guide them. ACCS schools will have FREE access to this online resource as well as exclusive ACCS classical school materials and mentors.
Join us March 15th for refreshments, networking, and to learn about how your school can take advantage of what SchoolBox and the Herzog Foundation has to offer!
|Tuesday, March 14||Evening social, greeting from ACCS representative, and time to mingle with others.|
|Wednesday, March 15
||Observe classrooms and meet for dinner. Lunch and dinner provided. Evening event hosted by the Herzog Foundation.|
|Thursday, March 16
Breakout meetings with staff and faculty. Lunch provided.
Marketing, development, building community
Grammar school discipline and spiritual formation
Upper school House program and culture development
Board/administration relationship and training
Admissions and tuition assistance
Number of ACCS start up schools this year:
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In the 1990’s, a group of area parents surveyed the educational landscape and decided they wanted to create an education for their children that was unwaiveringly Christian and uniquely effective at teaching children to think. Rockbridge Academy opened its doors in 1995 as a classical Christian school located in the historic Baltimore-Annapolis-Washington, D.C., triangle.