James Logan High School will have a full WASC accreditation visit from March 24 – 27, 2019.
The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC), is a regional accrediting association in the United States that works closely with the Office of Overseas Schools under the Department of State, and the state Department of Education to review and provide accreditation for schools and universities. To learn more about WASC, click here.
All public high schools are required to be accredited. WASC accreditation is a school improvement process and serves as the foundation for quality education. An accredited school is a statement to the broader community and the stakeholders that it is trustworthy institution for student learning and committed to ongoing improvement.
Logan was accredited for six year (maximum allowed) in 2019. We will have a mid-cycle visit in 3 years.
In preparation for the full visit at the end of March, the school has engaged in a thorough analysis/reflection and completed a self-study report. The report is compiled with feedback from all stakeholders, through a collaborative process.
Click below to read about Logan’s and WASC Team’s reports.
To see previous self-study reports, as well as previous feedback reports from WASC, click on the links below: