Many schools benefit from collaboration with other schools in their region and throughout Europe. EU funding is also available to schools under certain conditions. ACSI Europe encourages this collaboration for mutual growth and suggests the following types of collaboration projects: 

  • School visits for leaders
  • School visits for teachers
  • Student exchanges and short visits
  • Collaborative mission trips or community service days
  • Collaborative learning projects
  • Cultural exchanges or festival invitations
  • High school sports or music competitions
  • Summer language / arts / music or sports camps
  • Resource and document sharing

 

ACSI member schools may complete a new 'School Profile Form' each year which is available after login on the School Directory page. Forms can then be accessed by other member schools who have posted their own School Profile Form.

 

REASONABLE EXPECTATIONS: Collaboration commitments are limited to 1 or 2 years. Remember that all schools have a right to decline collaboration. Please be considerate and do not ask for help or resources that have not been offered. European Union funding is available for school collaboration and this might be available to your school as your primary financial resource.

ACSI Europe seeks to facilitate and encourage collaboration but is not responsible for any funding or the success of any project.

ACSI Europe also offers an online course for teachers to develop international collaborative projects for their students with the following goals:

  • Providing International collaboration opportunites at teacher and student levels (with discounts for ACSI member schools)
  • Helping teachers develop meaningful biblical integration in their school subjects to facilitate character and spiritual formation of their students
  • Learning how to design effective projects for Project Based Learning
  • Developing your students' 21st Century Learning Skills (collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and communication)