District Accreditation

The St. Johns County School District pursued and was granted District Accreditation status in October 2007. Our next external quality assurance review is scheduled for April 7-10, 2013.

Welcome to the St. Johns County School District Accreditation general information site. This site will provide the St. Johns County staff and community an opportunity to become more familiar with the AdvancED and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI), District Accreditation. SACS-CASI District Accreditation is the highest level of accreditation that a school system can receive from the SACS CASI organization.

Currently, the St. Johns County School District schools are fully accredited.This means that annually, every public school in St. Johns County meets or exceeds the accreditation standards that support student achievement. Through this traditional method of accrediting schools, individual schools are reviewed for accreditation eligibility, with the district’s central office staff playing a limited but important role. Currently, St. Johns County School District is seeking District Accreditation. The process for District accreditation began in the Fall of 2012 and was completed in April 2013.

District Accreditation, as a quality assurance process, will validate St. Johns County’s outstanding accomplishments. We invite you to review the information on this website and become familiar with the process of quality assurance and learn more about St. Johns County Public Schools.

What does accreditation mean for our students:
Students gain greater access to federal loans, scholarships, military programs and colleges.