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The MNSAA Mission

The mission of the Minnesota Nonpublic School Accrediting Association is to be a catalyst for enhancing the quality of K-12 nonpublic education in Minnesota through a comprehensive accreditation process.

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Member Schools

On November 3, 2017 over 250 nonpublic school administrators, serving thousands of PreK through Grade 12 students from across Minnesota came together for MNSAA’s Annual Conference. Attendees reflected on school improvement and engaged in professional development opportunities. Our 2017 theme was MNSAA: Inspiring Hope and Enhancing Value. School leaders and master teachers focused on school leadership and best educational practices. It was a wondrous day!

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Annual MNSAA Conference

On November 3, 2017 nearly 350 nonpublic school administrators, serving thousands of PreK through Grade 12 students from across Minnesota came together  at Our Lady of Grace School in Edina for MNSAA’s Annual Conference. Attendees reflected on school improvement and engaged in professional development opportunities. Our 2017 theme was MNSAA: Inspiring Hope and Enhancing Value. School leaders and master teachers focused on school leadership and best educational practices. It was a wondrous day!

Educator extraordinaire and recognized leader, Cassandra Erkens led the day as our keynote speaker engaging us in understanding assessment must be the vehicle teachers use to build hope and efficacy on the pathway to achievement.

The agenda allowed participants to learn from a host of pertinent topics. In addition to our annual business meeting, there were 30 professional development sessions on relevant topics including: Best Assessment Practices, Staff  Supervision and Evaluation, Serving Special Needs Students, Curriculum Development, Strategic Planning for Improvement,  Legal Issues Pertinent to Nonpublic Schools and more!!

Hoping to see you in 2018!

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Accreditation

Accreditation is a framework for the best possible educational program for learners. In addition to delivering recognized credibility of the quality of a school program in the eyes of stakeholders and the public, accreditation also offers outside objective validation that a school has met high standards and is actively seeking a quality educational program.

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