CSASL Mission

The Christian Schools Association of St. Louis (CSASL) exists so that member Schools may collaborate on pedagogical and operational best practices for the benefit of all students.  Collectively, our Schools reflect a comprehensive education for ages 3 through 12th grade for learners of all abilities and needs.

CSASL Collaborative Efforts Include:    

  • Generally  promoting  the  cause  of  Christian  education  in  the  St.  Louis  metropolitan area.    
  • Identifying  and  developing  ways  that  member  schools  might  better  work  together  to successfully achieve the goals and objectives of each school.    
  • Developing  a  shared  public  relations  program  that  effectively  introduces  and  educates St.  Louis regarding  the  philosophy  and  vision  of   Christian education.    
  • Designing  and  implementing  a  long-range  plan  for  the  development  of  Christian education in St. Louis.    
  • Designing and implementing a program that  effectively engages pastors, churches, and church leaders in understanding and promoting the cause of Christian education.    
  • Designing  and  implementing  a  program  that  helps  member  schools  coordinate  various segments of their school program with other member schools.      
  • Providing special programs, speakers, or workshops that benefit the teachers, students, parents, or board members of all member schools.    
  • Providing a forum for sharing information, ideas, concerns, and prayer requests. 

Non-Discriminatory Policy

Scripture teaches that God does not show favoritism based on race or gender or nation or tribe  of  origin (see  Acts  10:34,  Revelation  5:9).  Therefore, CSASL affirms that all member schools shall admit students of any race, gender, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  Further,  each  member school shall be required to affirm that it does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. 

2018-19 CSASL President

Taylor Clement, Head of School, Kirk Day School