Member Responsibilities and Expectations
Member schools must operate a quality academic curriculum within the State of Michigan and be accredited by an outside agency or working toward accreditation.
Member schools shall not discriminate in the selection of governing boards or in the employment of personnel, in the admission of their student bodies, or in the awarding of tuition assistance or scholarships because of ability, age, ethnicity, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual identity, or socio-economic status in violation of existing state or federal law or regulations.
Member schools shall subscribe to the ISACS statement of “Principles of Good Practice in Admissions and Employment” with respect to employment of faculty and admission of students and shall be guided by the NAIS “Principles of Good Practice” in all other areas of school operations.
Member schools will select representatives to serve on committees in accordance with the needs and capacity of their staff. Committee representatives will be responsible for communicating committee activities to their school communities and for maintaining active cooperative relationships within the committee.
In order to retain AIMS membership, the head or designate of the member school must attend at least one regular meeting of the Association within the school year.