MNSAA School Accreditation Process

Most Holy Redeemer School’s current accreditation runs out in 2018 and the school is in the process of designing its long-range plan for the future. The Minnesota Nonpublic School Accrediting Association (MNSAA) is an organization that is designed to assist in assessing the strengths of a school and areas for improvement leading to the development of a long-range plan for the school that is attainable and measurable and that will guide decisions in the years to come.

This process operates on a seven year cycle which requires annual reports indicating compliance with the set standards of the association and culminates with the hosting of an on-site visit (3-4 days) by a team of educators. This visiting team of educators role is to affirm the work that has been completed, offer suggestions for further development of ideas/strategies, and verify that the new plan flows from the data analysis and meets the needs of the community.

If you would like to help, please contact the school office at 507-364-7383.