Milford Catholic Elementary School Receives Re-Accrediation from NEAS&C

MCES is Re-accreditted by NEAS&C
MCES is Re-accreditted by NEAS&C

PRESS RELEASE  dated 1/8/14:


Dear Family:

We are pleased to announce that we have received notification from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges that the Commission on Independent Schools has voted to grant Milford Catholic Elementary School continued accreditation.

"The Commission particularly commends the entire school community for its attention to health and safety, especially emergency planning and school infrastructure. The Commission also commends the faculty, administration, School Board, Parents' Guild and pastors for their persistence, commitment and effort in ensuring that Milford Catholic Elementary School remains viable for the future"

Another part of the Visiting Committee's Report is recommendations for school improvement.  The recommendations included "the School Board, together with the administration, creates a comprehensive multi-year plan, which includes the areas of marketing/enrollment, curriculum, facilities and technology"

Milford Catholic Elementary School will be moving quickly to organize the school's implementation of these recommendations.  To comply with the process, Milford Catholic Elementary School is expected to file a Two-Year Interim Evaluation Report and a Five-Year Report, and our next scheduled evaluation visit will be in 2023.

We want to extend our sincere gratitude to all our Milford Catholic families, faculty, and staff for all your continued support.  Thank you for your perseverance and presence that allows Milford Catholic Elementary School to provide a Catholic education for our children and our community.


Milford Catholic Elementary School Board


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