The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology has released its 2014 Annual Report. The report offers a comprehensive look at the growth and changes that occurred during the 2014 calendar year—including record enrollment numbers in the graduate school and certificate programs, unprecedented participation in The Allender Center’s workshops and conferences, and substantial infrastructure improvements and updates.

2014 was a year of actualization for The Seattle School, as a number of projects that had been discussed for years came to fruition, and three major grants were secured to allow for new levels of alumni support, executive level management, and faculty development. 2014 also introduced a season of alignment, as staff and faculty entered the ongoing process of carefully, thoroughly reviewing accreditation and core curriculum, ensuring that all of the growth and development enhance The Seattle School’s mission and vision.

“This is not simply a report on numbers and activities,” says Dr. Keith R. Anderson, President of The Seattle School, in the report’s opening letter. “It is our narrative of what we have done, made, and actualized. I hope you will feel the energy it contains.”

We can’t wait for you to hear where we have been, and to join us in looking forward to what comes next. Read the 2014 Annual Report here.