DENVER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS LAUDED
BY INTERNATIONAL ACCREDITING AGENCY
The Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools, including St. Catherine of Siena School, participated in and earned district accreditation this past October, 2009.
This honor is significant for our school and our system of Catholic schools, and it is the culmination of active involvement from many of our stakeholders who participated in the process through surveys, interviews, and on-site visits.
Accreditation is a method of quality assurance, which evaluates and verifies an institution’s quality and encourages continuous improvement. District
Accreditation is a new and challenging model, and we are only the eighth
Catholic School System to earn this designation. Our brand is “The Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools.” We are a system of
Schools unified by a common tradition, purpose, and vision; yet, our schools are distinctive, proud, and self-governed.
In October 2009 Advanced, an international organization and the parent organization of North Central Association, validated our brand by accrediting our system.
This is good news to be celebrated! It validates the strong education provided by the Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools and commitment to continuous improvement. It also conveys our dedication to the brand promise: confidence that our children will experience more complete development and unsurpassed academic and personal success.
The faculty and staff of St. Catherine of Siena School would like to thank you for your investment in Catholic education; this is an investment that pays dividends for life for our children and our Church.
“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”