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ACSI Accreditation

 

Cambridge Christian School is being accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International, an organization whose mission is "to enable Christian educators and schools worldwide to effectively prepare students for life."

 

Why is accreditation important?

This accreditation provides parents and guardians with an assurance of a quality education from a dependable educational institution. ACSI is the premier accrediting agency for Christian schools, serving over 5,300 schools in over 100 countries. ACSI accreditation is a process – a self-study, an independent analysis, a comparison to established standards, an assessment of the school’s mission, a commitment to quality education, and a willingness to be accountable. CCS uses all of these components of the process to reach toward our goal of excellence in education.

 


Some features and benefits of accreditation

 

Features of Accreditation 

Benefits to You and Your Child 

College Degreed and Certified Teaching Staff 

Assurance that your student will learn in an environment where the instructional staff are credentialed teachers working in their field of expertise. 

Educational and Operational Accountability 

Assures parents that the school will NOT deviate from tried, tested and proven teaching methods and operational excellence when compared to rigorous standards. 

Campus Security & Activity 

Provides parental peace of mind that the campus is safe, providing a positive learning environment for your child(ren). 

Organizational Stability 

Comfort in knowing school finances are handled responsibly and that the school will remain solvent and effective for years to come. 

Christian Values 

Assures parents that your child will be taught leadership principles through curriculum, classroom, staff interaction, and student conduct all with a Christian worldview. 

University & College Acceptance 

Assurance that your high school students’ work will be recognized by local and out of state colleges & universities indicating your child(ren)’s preparation for higher learning. 

 

To learn more, visit the ACSI web site and contact our office with any questions you may have.