Offered with the National Business Officers' Association
Offered: October 24-November 11, 2016
Understanding school finances can inspire resourceful action on the part of all leaders charged with managing their schools. This online course is designed for those administrators who desire to be good stewards of their school’s financial resources, to be strategic in light of financial pressure, and to work more collaboratively with their leadership team around financial issues.
Budgets are a reflection of how the schools resources are allocated to deliver on the mission of the school. How do you fulfill your mission by pulling the appropriate strategic financial levers? Learn how a financial plan can be the byproduct of the strategic thinking of the school, and not the reverse.
In this class, school leaders with limited experienced in financial and business functions will:
What Participants Have Said
"I found this course to be very beneficial in helping me better understand the major drivers in creating a financially sustainable model within private schools. This course has helped me strive to be a visionary leader outside of the traditional role as school Administrator. I feel better prepared to do my part in helping all areas, Admissions, Advancement and the Business Office, work towards financial sustainability." -Stephanie Medcalfe, Indianapolis, Indiana