Middle States Accreditation

Middle States Accreditation is a valuable and prestigious achievement among traditional and nontraditional schools, colleges and universities throughout the world. The U.S. Department of Education recognizes accrediting or state approval agencies, including Middle States Association, as a “reliable authority as to the quality of education.”  Saint Francis of Assisi School was first accredited by the Middle States Association in 1981.  SFA School recently hosted a Middle States Evaluation Team in April 2014 for Re-Accreditation.

Accreditation is the affirmation that a school or other educational institution is providing the level of quality in its educational programs, services, activities, and/or resources expected by its community of stakeholders and endorsed by the education world. When the Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools (CESS) accredit a school, they certify that the school meets the prescribed standards of quality of the Middle States Association.  The twelve protocol standards include: Philosophy/Mission, Governance & Leadership, School Improvement Planning, Finances, Facilities, School Climate & Organization, Health & Safety, Educational Program, Assessment & Evidence of Student Learning, Student Services, Student Life & Activities, and Information Resources & Technology.

SFA - Final Report May 2014
SFA - Final Report May 2014
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SFA Middle States Self-Study
SFA Middle States Self-Study
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