The Family Foundation School is accredited by the Middle States Association. The school has used the Accreditation For Growth (AFG) model in the re-accreditation process. AFG requires us to establish objectives for improving student performance based on a vision of a preferred future for the school.
To be accredited by the Commission on Secondary Schools, a school must meet the Middle States Association's standards for each major area of a school's work and activity. These areas include the school's philosophy/mission/beliefs/objectives, governance and leadership, organizational design and staff, educational programs, learning media services and technology, student services, student life and activities, facilities, health and safety, finances, assessment of student learning, and planning.
Why is Accreditation Important?
The accreditation process is designed to foster excellence and ongoing growth and development. Specifically, the process:
What is the Accreditation for Growth Protocol?
The Accreditation for Growth protocol is uniquely focused on:
For more information about The Family Foundation School's accreditation process, please contact Jason Garnar, Middle States Internal Coordinator, at (607) 637-8200, or by email.