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AISA has been serving independent schools in Alabama since 1970.

The Alabama Independent School Association’s mission is to serve independent schools in the state of Alabama by providing its member schools with educational and corporate services and programs focusing on excellence in academicsaccreditation, and athletics.  Member schools have voluntarily joined the AISA and follow the guidelines and standards in order to provide a quality school program.

Annoucements

State Drama Festival - Faulkner University

State Middle School Scholars' Bowl - Huntingdon College

Athletic Committee Meeting - AISA Office 10:00 a.m.
Council Meeting - AISA Office 1:00 p.m.

Region Basketball Tournaments January 26, 2017-January 28, 2017

District Spelling Bee

Job Openings

Posted January, 18 2017

Chambers Academy

History (Government/Economics, U.S. History, World History)

Posted January, 18 2017

Chambers Academy

Computer Science (7-12)

Posted November, 30 2016

Macon East Academy

Boys and Girls Soccer Coach

Posted November, 28 2016

Trinity Presbyterian School

STE(A)M/Math Instructor (2017-18)

Posted November, 28 2016

Trinity Presbyterian School

Innovation and Technology Support Specialist (Jan 2017)

The AISA proudly maintains an agency partnership with AdvancED/SACS and serves as the Lead Agency in this partnership. This partnership allows schools to obtain both AISA and SACS accreditation through one seamless process, with the AISA serving as the managing partner in this process and utilizing AdvancED unique protocols and platforms.

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Benefits of Membership

Member schools have voluntarily joined the AISA and follow the guidelines and standards in order to provide a quality school and in order to provide a quality school program.

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