Strategic Plan

The ISK Board of Directors has mapped out a strategic vision for the school in the form of a “rolling” Strategic Plan. This means that each year the plan is reviewed, and goals are refined or added to reflect the next five years. The Board works closely with the ISK Administration in this annual “visioning” process.

ISK’s Strategic Plan consists of broad, five-year goals that we call Key Result Areas (KRA’s). What we are trying to achieve within each KRA is defined by specific Objectives. Each objective has a very specific deadline ranging from one year to five years—to ensure accountability within the current five-year cycle. Using the revised KRA’s and Objectives, a variety of stakeholders then develop an action plan for each objective for the current year.

ISK Rolling 5-Year Strategic Plan 2017-2022

KRA 1: All students will achieve ISK’s Educational Aims

1.1 Curriculum Alignment & Assessment

By May 2019, the curriculum will align with ISK Educational Aims utilizing evidence for ongoing analysis.

KRA 2: ISK will provide sustainable resources to ensure exemplary educational experiences for all our students

2.1 Technology Systems

By May 2019, ISK will have sustainable technology systems in place to enable teaching and learning strategies which support ISK Mission, Vision and Educational Aims.

2.2 Facilities Planning

By May 2020, the Facilities Master Plan will be aligned with the admission policy and the LTFP [Long Term Financial Plan] to accommodate diverse learning needs and ensure a safe, secure campus.

KRA 3: ISK will have strong and sustainable community relationships

3.1 Giving Programs

By May 2019, the structure of sustainable ISK giving programs will be formalized and institutionalized as appropriate to ensure continued participation and donations.

3.2 Communications

By May 2019, ISK will have developed and implemented sustainable communication and outreach initiatives.

Approved Strategic Plan: Strategic KRA’s and Objectives (2017-2022)

(September 26, 2017)

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