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MSA-CESS

The Middle States Commission on Elementary Schools accredited Saint Anne School from May 1, 2010, to
May 1, 2017.

MSCES major benefit is to present each member school in the company of other outstanding educational communities that have made a public commitment to upholding standards of educational quality and to continuous improvement designed to increase student performance. MSCES schools are found in the MSCES Registry.

Profile of A Middle States-Accredited Institution:
  • Adheres to the Middle States Standards for Accreditation;
  • Uses its mission, beliefs, and goals as the basis for daily decision-making;
  • Operates in the public interest and in accordance with ethical practice;
  • Accepts responsibility for the level of performance of its students;
  • Remains committed to continuous improvement in student learning and to its capacity to produce the levels of learning desired and expected by its community;
  • Operates in a collegial and collaborative way with all of its stakeholders;
  • Sustains its focus on implementing recommendations, addressing monitoring issues and correcting stipulations that may be part of its notification of accreditation and
  • Fulfills its maintenance requirements to the Commission.

The school has membership in the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the National Catholic Education Association.

All faculty members hold certification from the Diocese of Pittsburgh and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.