St. Andrew School



Accreditation refers to the competency of an organization to meet the needs of its students, parents, and the public.  St. Andrew is accredited by the Middle State Association of Colleges and Schools Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools (Middle States for short), and the NCEA (the National Catholic Educational Association). 

Middle States Accreditation:

The Middle States organization sent  representatives to St. Andrew School in the 2010-2011 school year to observe, inquire, and ultimately determine the status of St. Andrew School.  Our school passed, and now we are proud to report that we are accredited through the 2017-2018 school year.

NCEA  Accreditation:

The NCEA Accreditation process was different than that of the Middle States.  They observed many facets of Catholic life around the school, from Mass to religion classes, and other educational aspects of our curriculum.  Like the Middle States, the NCEA found us to be within protocol and provided us with accreditation.

Both of the certificates may be found in the school, displayed with pride.