Join AISNE

Join our powerful network of 200+ schools across New England.

Gain Fresh Perspectives and Innovate


Join our knowledge base: Attend powerful annual professional development featuring Signature Conferences, Leadership Retreats, Student Conferences, Workshops and Partner Programs. Click here to view our professional development line-up.


Discover New Opportunities for Growth


AISNE facilitates connections between peers, some with a similar experience, but also those who are coming from entirely different school environments. Our members have told us that conversations with those peers who are facing different challenges, or implementing new pedagogy, are what they find most invaluable.


Engage in Our Vibrant Community


Increase your school's connectivity to peer schools by attending a Leadership Social or Peer Group Gathering. AISNE Peer Group Gatherings bring you together with peers serving in your same role at AISNE member schools across New England.

AISNE can help you build your vibrant community of faculty and staff. AISNE members can post employment opportunities on AISNE’s popular Jobs Board, which has over 4,000 unique visitors per month.


Increase Exposure to Prospective Families


An important service of AISNE is as a marketing and communications engine, highlighting the value of independent education and the individual expertise of each of our member schools. We stand by your side in opening more minds to the accessibility and impact of private education, and the journey of discovering the school that is just the right match to your goals and aspirations as a family.

Prospective families can attend AISNE’s family-facing programming, and search for schools and school events on our Community Calendar. AISNE offers workshops and lectures, and hosts School and Camp Fairs, attended by hundreds of local families.


Strengthen Alignment with Mission and Values


AISNE accreditation is a 10-year cycle of self-reflection, goal-setting, peer review, and accountability that is designed to support each school in optimally fulfilling its unique mission. Learn more about becoming an AISNE-accredited school.


MEMBERSHIP LEVELS AND DUES


Questions about becoming a member?

We’ve got answers! Contact Sara Wilson, Director of Accreditation, who will answer your questions and guide you through the application and accreditation process.


Other Inquiries

Interested in becoming a Corporate Partner and Sponsoring AISNE?

  • Contact our manager of program and sponsorships, Shauna Betof.

Other Inquires

  • Please call our office at 781.843.8440 or contact our manager of program and communications, Betsy O'Brien.