Campbell Adult and Community Education Granted Six-Year Accreditation Status by the Accrediting Commission of Schools

The Accrediting Commission of Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC) recently announced Campbell Adult and Community Education (CACE) was granted Six-Year Accreditation Status, which is the highest status given by the commission. The accreditation status was given to CACEfollowing the submission of a self-study report and the on-site accreditation visit on March 27.

Every six years, accredited schools conduct a self-studyand host a self-study visit from WASC as part of the accreditation cycle. The self-study process culminates in the refinement of a school-wide action plan. During the recent WASC visit, students shared powerful testimonials about their experience atCACE and how the school changed their lives.

The Commission’s announcement stated: “The Commission looks forward to Campbell Adult and Community Education’s anticipated success and continuing improvement in keeping with ACS WASC’s pursuit of excellence in elementary, secondary, secondary, and adult education.”

Great job to the CACE staff and Director Usha Narayanan for being a leading example of the CUHSD guiding principle of being accountable for continuous improvement.