Christian Schools International
The CSI transformational Christian worldview informs every aspect of the accreditation process. CSI uses Measuring the Mission, a highly regarded, proven, and well-researched protocol to guide schools through their accreditation process. Christian distinctiveness is embedded within each standard of our protocol, allowing schools to specifically assess and measure all aspects of the Christian school mission.
Cognia accreditation and certification are like no others. Research-based performance standards give teams a shared framework to achieve measurable, meaningful improvement. Cognia gives schools actionable data from a team of professional reviewers—or continues to guide schools to leverage their strengths for improvement.
National Association of Private Schools
National Association of Private Schools is a consortium of Christian educators and schools from across the United States. The association is dedicated to recognizing and improving the character and educational quality of private Christian schools. National Association of Private Schools is a non-profit educational organization, which provides educational assistance and accreditation for church schools, private Christian schools and Christian home school academies that maintain a credible, traditional education program for Pre-K through 12th grades.
Association of Christian Schools International
The Association of Christian Schools International, founded in 1978, is an association of evangelical Christian schools. The Association of Christian Schools International exists to strengthen Christian schools and equip Christian educators worldwide as they prepare students academically and inspire them to become devoted followers of Jesus Christ.
Virginia Council for Private Education
OVCA holds membership with the Virginia Council of Private Education (VCPE), which oversees accreditation for private schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia. VCPE facilitates a statewide framework for communication and cooperation among private schools, their public school counterparts, state and local governments, and other agencies and organizations.