What is accreditation? Accreditation is the process of reviewing a school’s programs and policies to see if it meets criteria set by an outside agency.
Why is accreditation important? Accreditation is meant to protect students and schools. It certifies to the public that the school is a trustworthy institution of learning. It validates the integrity of a school’s program and student transcripts. It assures a school community that the school’s purposes are appropriate and being accomplished through a viable educational program. It also fosters improvement of the school’s programs and operations to support student learning.
Our Accreditation: Approved Candidate for Accreditation, Western Association of Schools and Colleges ( WASC )
MEMBERSHIPS In 2007 our school had become a member of Educational Records Bureau (ERB) . It is an educational service organization meeting the student assessment needs of over 1500 independent school and suburban public school members since 1927.
Developed for ERB by Educational Testing Service, the Comprehensive Testing Program (CTP4) that is currently used by our school is the only standardized achievement test designed specifically for high-achieving schools and schools wishing to set high standards. CTP 4 provides useful instructional information to administrators and teachers for students up to and including the highest achievement levels.