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The Stephen P. Robinson Collaboration Grants


Educators across the country have witnessed the incredible changes and challenges schools face in the modern era. We believe independent schools, with their ability to adapt and innovate, are uniquely positioned to find solutions and model new practices. Collaboration with others fosters creativity and goodwill. Schools who collaborate with other organizations are able to accomplish greater goals for themselves and the community.  

Grants

The Stephen P. Robinson Collaboration Grants were created to encourage independent schools to form new partnerships with other schools or institutions of higher education, with preference given to collaborations with other schools serving students in any grades from K through 12th. SAIS will annually divide a total of $25,000. Five member schools each will receive $5,000. Those applying must demonstrate a vision and capacity to pursue and carry out meaningful collaborations. Successful examples have demonstrated efforts that benefit the greater community or region in unique ways. Schools selected for grants will share their results with the SAIS community. 

Proposals

SAIS will announce the next iteration of the program by summer 2018. 


Presentation

Recipients of grants will track the life of their project and submit a paper or video to SAIS to be published. 

2018 Recipients

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Trinity Presbyterian School, Episcopal School of Knoxville, Oak Mountain Academy, St. Luke's Episcopal School, Clayton-Bradley Academy

 

2017 Recipients

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Shorecrest Preparatory School, Providence Day School, St. Andrew's School, Swift School, St. George's Independent School

 

2016 Recipients

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Episcopal School of Baton Rouge, Second Baptist School, The Dunham School, The Galloway School, and Canterbury School

 

2015 Recipients

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The Bodine School, Carolina Friends School, McCallie School and Girls Preparatory School, The Master's Academy, and The Westminster Schools and The Lovett School

 


Presentations of 2015 Recipients

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Leadership Retreat
April 23-24, 2018 | Louisville, KY
Pushing Our Horizons: How Do We Tackle the Big, Hairy Challenges of the Next 20 Years?

Institute for New Heads
June 13-15, 2018 | Peachtree Corners, GA
An informative program preparing administrators for a successful transition to headship.

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