About the Conference

Since 2013, the BJU Press Exchange Conference has existed to help educators connect with each other and grow in their teaching skills. Speakers, teachers, and administrators come together to share ideas, challenges, and victories to empower each other to succeed in the classroom. Conference sessions provide professional development for new and experienced educators, and many sessions are designed to assist schools that are new to using BJU Press materials. Join us July 16–18, 2024, in Greenville, South Carolina, for a renewed sense of motivation and encouragement in your ministry.

Unable to come in person? Sign up to join us virtually.

What the Conference Offers

  • Master how to confidently and practically use BJU Press materials

  • Learn from BJU Press textbook writers, fellow educators, and educational experts

  • Earn Continuing Education Units

  • Network and exchange ideas with other Christian school educators and administrators

  • Hear discussions on best teaching practices, textbook training, relevant issues in education, classroom management, and much more

  • Attend the conference in-person or online

What Educators Are Saying

I chose to come to the conference because this is a unique experience. You're not usually able to talk to the writers of your textbooks and network with so many teachers and just kind of get a jump start on the new year and come back home excited and ready to go. – High School Math Teacher, Jonesboro, LA

I feel like the conference prepared us for the upcoming school year by sharing … more information about the Teacher Editions, how to use them properly, how to expand on the technology that's available. – Principal, Florence, SC

The conference definitely helps generate ideas. It helps give you that sense of renewal and refreshment. – Elementary Principal, Graham, NC

The most valuable part would be … the deeper understanding of a Christ-centered education that we can apply in our classrooms but also together as a staff. We grew spiritually together through this week. – Elementary Principal, Franklin, OH