Holy Spirit Roman Catholic School has fulfilled the requirements for continuing accreditation with the Michigan Non-public School Accrediting Association (MNSAA).  
The following description of MNSAA accreditation is from their website that can be found at
MNSAA is open to Michigan religious, independent or private elementary or secondary schools. To begin the accreditation process, a school must have an established program for a minimum of three complete school years. The school also must complete:
  • a self-study based on material provided by the MNSAA office. The study requires schools to examine their mission and purpose and to have a strategic plan for school improvement.
  • an external evaluation process by a team of public and non-public educators from various levels and positions. This site team prepares a report that is then reviewed by a team of readers who may recommend accreditation status to the Leadership Council.
Annually, the school must submit a report documenting compliance with state rules and regulations, and detailing their progress addressing any concerns listed by the site team. Each team undergoes the complete self-study process every seven years.

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