International students contribute to the vibrant intellectual, social, and cultural fabric of independent schools and their numbers have grown exponentially over the last decade. Independent schools, day and boarding alike, increasingly rely upon international students to meet enrollment and diversity goals. Yet schools face new challenges in this market, due in part to expanding options for international education and changes in U.S. policy. In addition, the practices schools use to recruit and support international schools vary widely. This toolkit of resources is designed to help you better understand the international school market and learn best practices in building and maintaining a successful international student program.