All American High Schools Association, Inc. is a non-profit voluntary organization of independent secondary schools throughout the United States and Abroad. AAHSA, addresses issues of importance to non-public schools such as organizational excellence, accreditation, curriculum, professional development, governance, equity, and leadership. AAHSA works to help both established and emerging schools approach these issues with innovation and creativity. Working at national and international levels, AAHSA serves and strengthens member schools through the promotion of the highest quality educational standards and ethical conduct. Our purpose is to further in every way the cause of education through the promotion of mutually beneficial programs among member schools. The Association shall work to develop a cooperative relationship with the general public, colleges, schools, national and international educational communities. Further, the Association shall promote more effective evaluation and accreditation for member schools by encouraging its members to become active in accreditation. The purpose for which this Association is organized is exclusively educational within the meaning of Section 501 (c) (3) of the United States Revenue Code of 1986 or the corresponding of any future Internal Revenue law.
The world is made up of various cultures, peoples, and nations. AAHSA is a unifying entity from which we promote, develop, and use education accreditation throughout the world to provide the public trust through Quality Assurance, School Improvement, and Education Development to enhance student achievement and performance.
AAHSA workshops are offered to our members. Workshops are conducted throughout the US regions and abroad workshops may also be offered at your school or in your region upon request. AAHSA offers a variety of trainings including: self-study for schools and systems, Visiting Team member or Visiting Team chair, mid-term report preparation, and AAHSA representative trainings for cooperative accrediting agencies. Schools approaching or engaged in self-study should attend two workshops: first, the Organizing for Self-Study workshop and then, as your school moves through the process, the Developing the Plan workshop.
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All American High School Association Inc.
AAHSA Accrediting Services
What Makes AAHSA Unique ?
AAHSA incorporates the latest educational research with a time-tested approach to traditional accreditation practices. The Standards and Quality Indicators are established on research from 21st century skills, international benchmarks, and the new American Common Core Standards.
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