The goals of accreditation are effectiveness, improvement, and public assurance. Accreditation relies on a voluntary, peer review process, engaging some 3,400 educators in the region on hundreds of reviews in any year. A self-study process of 12-18 months is undertaken by schools in regular review cycles. Unlike popular magazines, this does not involve ranking schools, but rather establishes a level of acceptable quality for all accredited schools.
NEASC accreditation attests to:
NEASC Accreditation is a system of accountability that is:
Scholarship program available to Primary (3 - 6) and Elementary (6 - 12) aged children. All information is provided to FAST and kept confidential to Independent School Management FAST advisors. Opens Jan. 1st for the following Fall school year. Closes April 30th.
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Dr. Maria Montessori
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