Accreditation

What is accreditation and why is it important?

Accreditation is awarded to educational institutions that meet high standards of providing quality education programs and services. A team of teachers and administrators from other schools review all aspects of the education, including curriculum, teachers, and administration. Accreditation is not a one-time event. Accredited schools must self-evaluate annually and commit to continuous improvement.

You can be assured that a Whitmore School diploma is accepted by colleges and employers across the country, and even abroad.

 

Cognia (formerly AdvancED)

Three regional accrediting organizations merged to form,  AdvancED, now Cognia, the world’s largest and most recognized accrediting organization recognized by the US Department of Education. (SACS – CASI, NCA – CASI, and NWAC). AdvancED serves 32,000 schools and school systems enrolling more than 20 million students in the United States and 70 other countries.

CompuHigh / Whitmore School is nationally accredited by Cognia (AdvanceEd), and regionally accredited by North Central Association – Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement – NCA – CASI.

From the Blog

How Can I Help My Child Succeed in High School?

March 24th, 2021 in ,

Written by Steve R.

Steve, a parent of Whitmore School graduate, Alina, discusses why online high school was the best choice for Alina. Mastery learning, and a flexible schedule made all the difference in her success. Whitmore encourages students to take charge of their own education. Students work one-to-one with their teachers on every lesson.

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