MNSAA School Accreditation Is Renewed Through 2025

The Minnesota Nonpublic School Accrediting Association (MNSAA) has renewed the accreditation of Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School in Montgomery for the eligibility period from 2018 to 2025. Accreditation is a voluntary method of quality assurance with a goal to evaluate, validate, and improve each school’s quality.  MNSAA is a federally- and state-sanctioned nonprofit association for accrediting nonpublic schools in the State of Minnesota. The Association’s mission is to be a catalyst for enhancing the quality of nonpublic education in Minnesota through a comprehensive
process of accreditation. Our agency helps schools provide quality nonpublic education for the children of Minnesota for its member schools. MNSAA is governed by a member-elected Board of Directors that bases its accreditation on a school’s evaluation through a self-study process.

Schools are accredited based on their compliance with a set of rigorous standards which identify essential personnel, curriculum, instruction, facility, governance, and marketing policies and practices that are considered necessary for an effective school. The accreditation process includes the creation of a visionary and focused strategic plan for improvement and an onsite visit by a team of educators from member schools.  Accreditation with MNSAA relies richly on how the individual school defines its mission and the way it seeks to accomplish its goals in keeping with its mission.
MNSAA is pleased to have Most Holy Redeemer Catholic School as one of the more than 170 accredited schools that make up our Association. MNSAA salutes Most Holy Redeemer School’s commitment to providing an outstanding educational program to the children of this community. MNSAA will continue to provide guidance to Most Holy
Redeemer School through an annual review of its strategic plan for continued growth and improvement.