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Theme: Deep in the Heart of TECHness

Conference Details

The Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools will hold its annual gathering of IT and Edtech independent school leaders on April 14-17, 2019, in Dallas, TX. Our conference theme is "Deep in the Heart of TECHness." This convergence of independent school technology professionals is the only conference focused solely on the independent school technology community. One attendee at the past conference called it “the most relevant, most important conference I attend all year.” ATLIS is particularly grateful for the support of Platinum Sponsors Veracross and LearnPlatform for the ATLIS 2019 Annual Conference. View the ATLIS 2018 Annual Program here.


ECATD Applications Open
Are you in the beginning stages of your career as a technology director or in a role on track to become an independent school technology leader? Learn more about the Early Career and Aspiring Technology Directors institute, a year-long cohort for edtech, IT, and other independent school technology leaders. Applications are currently being accepted for the 2020 cohort. 

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Why join ATLIS?

ATLIS is a rapidly growing professional network for technology leaders in independent schools, providing professional development, networking, and curated resources for members.  Membership in ATLIS is available to schools, businesses, and independent school associations.  

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Our Mission

Technology leaders make the best decisions when they are reflective, informed, and connected. ATLIS empowers its members to develop strategies, build relationships, and share best practices in technology and innovation for independent schools.

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Non Discrimination Policy:

All participants are welcome to participate in ATLIS's programs. ATLIS does not discriminate in violation of the law on the basis of race, religion, creed, color, sexual orientation, age, physical challenge, nation of origin, gender, or any other trait.