Sacred Heart School is officially accredited by
the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
NEASC accreditation occurs once every 10 years. All things related to the school are reviewed and evaluated, including:
Curriculum Offerings, Development, Enrichment, Facilities, Personnel, Philosophy, School Documents, Short-term and Long-range Strategic Planning, Staffing, Teaching Methods.
At the conclusion of the process, NEASC granted accreditation to Sacred Heart School as a testament to the solid educational curriculum and to the sound educational practices that are hallmarks of our school.
The school community is proud to announce that the 2015 Visiting Committee awarded SHS the following Major Commendations:
* to the Principal, Faculty, Staff, Advisory Board, and volunteers for their enthusiasm and commitment to the growth and mission of Sacred Heart School,
* to the students of SHS for their commitment to community service. The students are truly a reflection of the mission of the school,
* to the school families for their commitment to Catholic education, their commitment to serve the school through time, talent, and treasure, and their commitment to ensure that the school's mission is lived,
* to SHS for their commitment to the overall safety and well-being of the students, faculty, and staff.
For more information on NEASC accreditation, please visit their website at www.neasc.org.
"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."
-"Purpose of Accreditation"