Accreditation for Growth
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
What is accreditation? Why is it important?
Accreditation responds to the public’s demand for improved quality and
Accredited schools can be trusted to be what they claim to be and do what they
claim to do.
Ensures parents and the community that the school meets certain standards.
Most colleges required students to graduate from an accredited high school.
Accredited schools are reviewed every few years to ensure they are
maintaining the standards.
Accreditation Process: QSI Phuket was originally
accredited by MSA in May, 2005 and was recertified in May, 2006. QSI Phuket
have a mid-term evaluation during the 2010-2011.
Accreditation for Growth protocol. Middle States has adopted 12 standards for
each major area of school’s work and activity that must be met as a condition
for accreditation. Along with these 12 standards are 2 objectives selected by
Belief, and/or Objectives
Governance and Leadership
Organizational Design and Staff
Learning Media Services and Technology
Student Life and Student Activities
Health and Safety
11. Assessment of Student Learning
Objective 1: Success