Concord Christian School is dually accredited through the ACSI and Cognia with the ACSI serving as the Lead Agency in this partnership. Becoming accredited through these organizations confirms that the quality of education already being provided to the students at CCS is on par with some of the best Christian schools in the country. This is a testament to the great staff and faculty that the Lord has assembled here as well as the wonderful families that we get to serve.
Why Does Accreditation Matter?
Students benefit from their institution or educational system’s commitment to raising student performance and accountability. Students that attend an accredited institution gain greater access to federal loans, scholarships, post-secondary education, and military programs.
This ethic of excellence ensures that institutions will find rich benefits from accreditation and that parents can confidently make informed decisions about their children’s education, knowing their child’s school is accredited.
The accreditation process leads teachers to critically evaluate teaching and learning with a focus for academic excellence.
The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI)
ACSI is the largest organization of its kind with members in all fifty states, all ten Canadian Provinces, and sixty-three other nations. The association offers its members assistance in numerous educational areas, such as school accreditation programs, staff conferences, and administrative support.
Cognia is the parent organization of the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI), the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), and the Nationa
Dedicated to advancing excellence in education worldwide, Cognia provides accreditation, research, and professional services to 23,000 public and private schools and districts across the United States and in 65 countries worldwide and serves nearly 15 million students. Cognia engages 18,000 volunteers and touches the lives of nearly 15 million students each year.