Saint Mary School Receives Continued Accreditation from NEASC

The New England Association of Schools and Colleges Commission on Public Schools has voted to continue Saint Mary School’s Continued Accreditation in the Association. The Commission’s decision was based upon review of a Decennial Accreditation report prepared by a visiting team in May.  Principal Rachel Ambrosio  stated: “We feel that the Commission’s decision confirms the results of the extensive Self-Reflection, which our faculty and administrators conducted. We are convinced that the findings of our Self-Reflection, coupled with recommendations of the NEASC visiting team, will assist us in developing priorities for further improvements in the school.”

The New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) is a voluntary accrediting agency of
more than 1500 public, independent, and international schools in the US and worldwide. NEASC works with schools to improve the quality of education through accreditation and by providing professional assistance
and support for the pursuit of educational best practices. Grounded in the experience and expertise
of practicing educators since 1885, NEASC Accreditation is a respected, effective, and time-tested
methodology for school improvement and growth.