Highland Adventist School Granted New Accreditation Term
Highland Adventist School recently passed its latest accreditation review and was granted the longest term of accreditation allowed.  The school, which has offered a Christian, K-12 curriculum for students in the Elkins area since 1988, was granted a new, 6 year term of accreditation by the National Council for Private School Accreditation and by the Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges, and Universities.

"The NCPSA accreditation process is intended to recognize schools that provide the highest quality educational experience for their students," states Cheryl Jacko, principal.  "The accreditation team reviewed every aspect of our program, including our curriculum, the credentials of our faculty, the achievement of our students, the status of our building, our finances, our mission and philosophy, and much more.  We are honored that our school passed the review to receive the longest accreditation term available within NCPSA.  The hard work of our faculty and students has definitely paid off!"
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