Accreditation Options

StreetSchool Network™ recognizes that each of our schools operate under unique circumstances and their own programmatic structure in order to execute their mission and vision. As such, we also recognize that there is no “one size fits all” model for accreditation. 

On this page, you will find quicklinks to the various accrediting agencies that serve Street Schools all across the United States. 

For more information on school accreditation, or to partner with StreetSchool Network™ to begin the accreditation process, email Kacy at Kacy.Leyba@StreetSchoolNetwork.org today. 

 

COGNIA™ (Formerly AdvancEd)

Cognia (formerly AdvancEd) offers private school accreditation, assessment, professional learning, and improvement services. 

Cognia’s focus on academic rigor paired with community involvement helps provide developing schools with frameworks to succeed and thriving schools with frameworks to strive toward continuous improvement. 

Click the link above to visit their website or for more information.

Association of Christian Schools International 

The Association of Christian Schools International offers accreditation, private school teacher certification, academic supports, professional development, and curriculum.

ACSI’s three core pillars of  Advancing, Access, and Advocacy often match the heart of Street Schools across the country, making them an excellent option for accreditation. 

Click the link above to visit their website or for more information.

 

National Association of Private Schools

“National Association of Private Schools  is a non-profit educational organization, which provides educational assistance and accreditation for church schools, private Christian schools and Christian home school academies that maintain a credible, traditional education program for Pre-K through 12th grades.  The purpose of National Association of Private Schools is to assist and complement existing school programs.  N.A.P.S. is a ministry of helps which, when properly instituted, will be of great benefit to many school programs.”

Click the link above to visit their website or for more information.

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