Accreditation Services > Accreditation Guide
Click on the title above for the complete 18th edition of the Accreditation Guide. Below are links that allow you to view individual sections of the current ISACS Accreditation Guide.
About the Accreditation Guide
In the ISACS community of leaders and learners, one of the most important functions is the peer-to-peer review process of member schools. Based upon the principle of full and accurate disclosure that results in a document called the self-study, an ISACS school is subsequently visited by a select group of peers, led by an ISACS head of school, to witness, among other things, the congruence between what appears in the self-study and what can be seen first-hand in this four day on-site visit. School improvement and accountability are the ultimate aims of this process. No school is the same, and every team report is unique. The ISACS Accreditation Review Committee reads and reviews each visiting team report, reaction report and progress report during the school's accreditation cycle. This committee of experienced heads of school and administrators then makes accreditation recommendations to the ISACS Board of Trustees. The Accreditation Review Committee meets four times each year.
Two copies are provided at no cost to each ISACS school. Additional copies may be purchased by contacting Kevin@isacs.org.