AAF Visits Schools for Review

Posted on March 22nd, 2011

The Renaissance Network proposal for Adventist K-12 schools has been presented numerous times in the last month in our travels across the country. Director Melanie Litchfield, as well as several AAF board members and the Network model leadership team, have visited five schools as potential candidates for the pilot program set to launch this fall. Additional schools of consideration are on the traveling agenda through month-end. One to three beta schools will be selected for the pilot program by April 15.

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One Response to “AAF Visits Schools for Review”

  1. Tim Kubrock says:

    Hi AAF,
    I’ve always appreciated what you are doing to promote excellence in Adventist Education. I just wanted to express my interest in having Monterey Bay Academy be considered for the Pilot program. Perhaps all those decisions have been made already–but I have not seen any literature about the process and just wanted to voice my interest. Some of my board members were at the La Sierra Ed. summit and are also interested in seeing MBA considered.
    Thank you.

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