The Herzog Foundation announced today a new program to help parents and administrators navigate the school start-up process. The SchoolBox program contains an 8-step guide to starting a school, which users can immediately access at no cost to them by signing up at HFSchoolBox.com.
“Starting a Christian school is extremely rewarding, but can also be a daunting task,” said Herzog Foundation President Darrell Jones. “We want to partner with creative, entrepreneurial, passionate and dynamic leaders and parents to help create high-quality Christian education for the next generation.”
SchoolBox users can tailor their content by choosing from a variety of Christian school models including traditional brick and mortar schools, homeschools, cooperatives and hybrid schools. Once a school model has been identified, users will be assigned mentors who have successfully launched the same type of Christian school.
“Whether you want to start a homeschool cooperative in your cul-de-sac or a K-12 campus through your church, we want to make your Christian school a reality,” said SchoolBox Program Manager Jonathan Edmondson. “New Christian schools are urgently needed to meet growing demand from parents and communities across the nation.”
SchoolBox is expected to help launch dozens of new Christian schools across the country in 2023. For more information about SchoolBox and other Herzog Foundation programs, sign up for updates at HerzogFoundation.com or visit HFSchoolBox.com.
About the Stanley M. Herzog Charitable Foundation
The Stanley M. Herzog Charitable Foundation is a charitable foundation dedicated to catalyzing and accelerating the development of quality Christ-centered K-12 education so that families and culture flourish.
Learn more at HerzogFoundation.com