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B. School Organization Standards

 

1.      Governance
The governance body of the school responsibly keeps the school’s mission, delegates
responsibility as necessary, and monitors for accountability regarding what is delegated.   
2.      Administration    
The school administration provides quality leadership for the personnel and the operations by which the religious and educational objectives of the school are realized.
3.      Instructional Personnel
Instructional personnel are qualified for their responsibilities and are committed to
professional development toward ensuring that the religious and educational objectives of
the school are realized.
4.      Support Staff
School support staff engage in duties essential to the effectiveness of the school’s religious and educational operations.
5.      Organizational Structure
The organizational structure of the school — its offices, departments, schedules, modes of
communication, and deployment of personnel — and the operations pertinent to this
structure are optimum for realization of the religious and educational objectives of the school.

C. Teaching and Learning Standards

 

1.      Curriculum/What Students Learn
The school provides a challenging, coherent, and relevant curriculum for students toward
students’ accomplishment of the educational outcomes that the school sets for them.
2.      Instruction/How Students Learn     
Instructional personnel use a variety of appropriate methods by which to maximize the
learning experiences of all students toward students’ accomplishment of the educational
outcomes that the school sets for them.
3.      Assessment
School personnel responsibly engage in assessment of students’ learning toward students’
accomplishment of the educational outcomes that the school sets for them.
4.     Reporting Student Achievement
School personnel responsibly report students’ achievement toward students’ accomplishment of the educational outcomes that the school sets for them.

D. Student Support Standards

 

1.      School Environment
The school provides an environment that is physically, personally, and academically safe for all students.
2.      Academic Support
The school provides academic support services sufficient to meet the learning needs of all
students.
3.      Co‐Curricular Programs
The school provides opportunities for students to engage in co‐curricular activities — the arts, athletics, student government, clubs, etc. — that are conducive to their development as whole persons.
4.      College Matriculation  
The school provides support services that foster the college matriculation of students.

E. Material Stewardship Standards

 

1.      Enrollment Resources
The school’s enrollment operations are well conceived and well run, toward securing the
student population that the school mission intends.
2.      Classroom and Instructional Resources
The classroom and instructional resources are sufficient both in quality and in quantity for the school to deliver an excellent educational program.
3.      Plant Resources
The school plan— facilities, buildings and grounds — is of such size and quality as to
constitute a fit house for the school’s essential operations.  
4.      Funding Resources (i.e., revenue generating)
The school’s funding sources and operations — tuition, annual events, and third‐source  
income — are of such quality as to yield revenues sufficient at minimum to offset annual
expenses.
5.      Business Operations
The school’s business operations — budgeting, accounting, etc.  — are sound as to planning, implementation, reporting, oversight, and review.
6.      Promotional Operations
The school’s promotional operations — public relations and marketing — effectively
communicate school news and attract support for the school from within and beyond the
school community.
7.      Strategic Material Planning
The school exercises responsible material resource planning for its future.