Accredited since February 2013
November 2011: Covenant considers pursuing accreditation status
January 2012: The Board of Trustees select AdvancED as our accreditation agency
May 2012: AdvancED readiness assessment takes place
October 18, 2012: Covenant Academy is recommended for full accreditation
February 8, 2013: Covenant Academy is granted FULL Accreditation Status!
Parents, Faculty and Staff, thank you for your support and assistance in making this possible. Please take a moment to read this letter from AdvancED.
Association of Classical & Christian Schools (ACCS)
Members since January 2006
ACCS grew out of the national response to a book published in 1991 entitled Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning by Douglas Wilson. This book described the educational philosophy instituted by Logos School in Moscow, ID - the philosophy being an attempt to follow the pattern set down by Dorothy Sayers in her essay "The Lost Tools of Learning". The overwhelming response to the publication of this book made it apparent that an association would have to be formed to handle all the requests for help and information. The new association began to host national conferences, giving rise to even more interest, and has steadily grown.
Society for Classical Learning
Members since 2012
The Society for Classical Learning is a professional society committed to promoting the cultural benefits of the classical, Christian traditions by providing leadership and support, opportunities for the exchange of ideas, and standards of excellence for educators and schools.
The CiRCE Institute
Cultivating Wisdom & Virtue
The CiRCE Institute first began in 1996 as Circe Ministries, a research and tutoring service formed by Andrew Kern for the purpose of writing a book, Classical Education, The Movement Sweeping America (now in its second edition), and teaching high school aged home school students in a university style great books class.
Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI)
Members since 2003
ASCI has advanced excellence in Christian schools by enhancing the professional and personal development of Christian educators and providing support functions for Christian schools.
Through a host of services, including teacher and administrator certification, school accreditation, legal/legislative help, and curriculum publishing, the association touches the lives of more than 3.9 million students worldwide. Along with a headquarters facility, ACSI has 27 regional offices in North America and around the globe. Nearly 23,000 schools from more than 100 countries are members.