As your school proceeds through the accreditation process, an important measure of the school’s “current reality” is assessing itself against the 12 Middle States Standards for Accreditation. These standards and indicators take a holistic look at the entire school program, resources, and environment from the perspective of all of the school’s stakeholders—parents, students, staff, and others. In order to be (re)accredited the school must meet or exceed the 12 Middle States Standards for Accreditation. The survey you are about to take includes a number of indicators for every Standard and you will be asked to assess the level at which the school meets each indicator.
Please be as honest as possible and include appropriate comments. The Planning Team will use the results of the survey to identify areas for growth and improvement and areas of strength. Your input is necessary to make these results reflect all perspectives within your school community.
DOES NOT MEET you think the school isn't doing it at all.
PARTIALLY MEETS (in need of improvement) the school is mostly doing this, but needs to work on it more.
MEETS the school follows this rule.
EXCEEDS the school is doing way more than the minimum requirement.
If you do not have sufficient knowledge or experience to rate an indicator, leave it blank.
After rating each indicator, you will be asked to determine if the school meets or does not meet the overall
Standard for Accreditation.