Your Assurance of a Quality Education
Keystone's middle and high school programs are accredited with the courses and diploma being widely accepted by schools, colleges, and employers across the country. Accreditation is the academic world’s way of ensuring quality educational programs and is awarded based on the quality of academic programs, teacher support, and student services.
The Keystone School's middle and high school programs are accredited, licensed or approved by the following organizations:
- Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools: msa-cess.org
- State Board of Private Licensed Schools, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- Homeschool.com Seal of Approval
- Better Business Bureau: bbb.org
Keystone coursework currently cannot be used for NCAA athletic eligibility. We recommend that prospective student-athletes who are looking to participate in intercollegiate athletics in the future consider enrolling in the K12 International Academy. For more information, please visit icademy.com
What is accreditation?
Accreditation is awarded to academic institutions meeting specific criteria for high-quality educational programs and services.
How do schools become accredited?
The accreditation process is detailed and rigorous. It is conducted by a team of teachers and administrators from other institutions, who review and assess school programs and services, from the academics to the faculty. Before the accrediting organization’s on-site visit, the school must undertake an extensive self-assessment that probes every aspect of the school’s life.
How is accreditation maintained?
Accredited schools are re-examined on a regular basis to ensure that they are not only preserving the high quality that earned them accreditation in the first place, but are making every effort to continuously improve the quality of their educational programs and services.
If you have additional questions about our accreditations or our accredited programs, please contact us for more information.
*The Elementary and Adult Learner programs are pending accreditation approval.