MVMS Achieves NEAS&C Accreditation

Mountain View Middle School was notified that the Commission on Public Elementary and Middle Schools of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges has recommended that the school receive initial accreditation in the Association. The Commissions decision was based upon review of an accreditation report prepared by a visiting committee last March.

Accreditation Committee
James A. Hunt, principal of Mountain View Middle School School, stated: We feel that the Commissions decision confirms the results of the extensive self-study which our faculty and administration conducted for 21 months. We are convinced that the findings of our self-study, coupled with recommendations of the Commissions visiting committee, will assist us in developing priorities for further improvements in the school.
The Commission requires that accredited schools submit progress reports following the evaluation to indicate the changes weve made to improve our school. In anticipation of these progress reports, the professional staff and administration will immediately undertake a follow-up program to review the self-study findings and the visiting committee report to establish the order in which recommendations will be carried out.

The New England Association of Schools and Colleges is a voluntary membership organization of more than 2000 public and independent schools, colleges and universities, and vocational, technical, and career institutions. Of these, approximately 800 schools have been accredited through the Associations Commission on Public Elementary and Middle Schools and Commission on Public Secondary Schools. The Association works with individual schools to improve the quality of education through a continuous process and evaluation and accreditation.
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