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Accreditation PictureWhat is Accreditation?

Accreditation is a process which certifies the quality and consistency of a given educational institution. The purpose of accrediting schools is to assure that a certain standard is met and maintained, but also to guarantee that the education received at one school can be transferred to other educational institutions. The accreditation process includes a set of rigorous and important protocols, based on current research, which allow for evaluation by the school itself, and then by a group of highly trained educational professionals. Accreditation is an ever-evolving process that requires constant re-evaluation and school improvement.

Why choose an Accredited School?

When you choose a school accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, you are assured of the following:

  • The institution is constantly pursuing the excellence in education.
  • The school has received validation that their curriculum, mission and practices are exceptional.
  • The school is open to new ideas and thinking on educational practices and trends.
  • The school has the benefit of shared expertise on a global level.
  • Your child’s credits are easily transferable.

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools has accredited the Redd School staff from Kindergarten through eighth grade.

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools


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