ASP Documents

Please note: In order for these documents to work correctly, please save the blank documents to your desktop before you start working on them. Once you have saved a blank document, you will be able to fill it and re-save it, and all work will be there when you open it. Since you will be submitting these as attached files via email, please check that they are filled out and saved correctly before sending. The password for any of these documents, if needed, is "ACSI."

ASP Documents*

A school that seeks reaccreditation through ASP must demonstrate that it meets the following six conditions of eligibility:

  • Success in maintaining REACH standards and progress on major recommendations during the previous term of accreditation
  • Shared focus on continuous school improvement by all school constituencies
  • Stability as a viable school (in terms of school culture, leadership, mission and vision, and finances)
  • Student outcomes that are schoolwide, well-defined, integrated in instructional and co-curricular programs, and regularly assessed
  • Systems that can support a project of significant breadth, depth, and rigor as required by ASP (e.g., collaborative teams and project management)
  • Support for educational research, as evidenced by staff experience and competency, as well as a historical pattern of improving the learning environment as a result of regular assessment

If your school is interested in pursuing ASP, please contact your regional office:

California/Hawaii
Florida Caribbean
Mid-America
Northeast
Northwest
Rocky Mountain
South-Central
Southeast
International Schools

*These and all ACSI Accreditation documents are the property of ACSI. ACSI grants permission for the use of these documents, in their published form, by ACSI member schools, and other Christian schools, for the purpose of ACSI accreditation and individual school improvement. These documents may not be incorporated into other accreditation instruments or used for personal or corporate gain. ACSI reserves the right to revoke permission of use at its discretion.