We are committed to...
  • encouraging diverse points of view.
  • continuous reflection and on-going improvement.
  • collegial relationships and ethical leadership.
  • independent education options for families.
  • promoting the independence of our schools.
  • quality standards without standardization.
  • assisting schools in fulfilling their missions.

If School Walls Could Talk:

A podcast to help schools discover broader perspectives and spark critical conversations on campus.

If School Walls Could Talk presents educators and school administrators with a range of perspectives on challenges and opportunities in independent schools. To help communities learn in the face of fast paced schedules, each episode is less than 25 minutes. Accompanying discussion guides and facilitation techniques for each episode help groups investigate how they might apply what they learned to take action in their own community.

Click Here to Explore the Podcasts and Discussion Guide

2018-19 Team of Fellowship Awardees:

Jennifer Davenport, Art Teacher

Saint George’s School

John Harnetiaux, Director of Outdoor Education

Catlin Gabel School

Michael Hyde, STEAM and Maker Integrator

Portland Jewish Academy

Roberta Renton, Director of Business Operations

Seattle Girls’ School

Joe Romano, Faculty / Librarian / Innovative Projects Coordinator

Annie Wright Schools

  • Guiding
  • Inspiring
  • Advancing
Northwest Association of Independent Schools
5001 California Ave. SW, Suite 112
Seattle, Washington 98136
T: 206.323.6137 • info@nwais.org
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