About ACSA

Leadership, Unity, and Advocacy for Public Education

As a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation established in 1973, the Alaska Council of School Administrators (ACSA) was created to serve as an umbrella for Alaska’s premier educational leadership organizations including the:

ACSA’s unifying purpose is to support educational leaders through professional forums, provide a voice that champions possibilities for all students and purposeful advocacy for public education. ACSA comprises professional educational leaders of Alaska’s schools and school systems. Members include superintendents and other central office administrators, university professors, elementary and secondary principals and school business officials. ACSA is also proud to administer the Alaska Staff Development Network (ASDN), Alaska’s premier long-standing and highly regarded staff development resource.

As an umbrella organization, ACSA takes a lead role in supporting and advocating for public education while recognizing the value and uniqueness of each member organization. Each member organization has its own board and selects representatives to serve on the ten member ACSA board. The ACSA Board is supported by an executive director.

Please visit our Membership page to learn more about our services and the benefits of being an ACSA member.