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Broadfording Christian Academy earns accreditation

December 29, 2005

Broadfording Christian Academy in Hagerstown saw three years of hard work pay off when the school was awarded joint accreditation through the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and the Association of Christian Schools International.

Accreditation is the affirmation that a school is providing a quality education that the education world endorses.

"Accreditation is assurance to both the public and to the educational community that we have met stringent criteria for quality and integrity within our programs while developing models for continued improvement and self-evaluation," said Principal Rick Burkett.

"This kind of quality endorsement verifies that we have met or exceeded the established standards and that we will continue to reach for new levels of excellence in meeting goals defined by our mission and purpose at BCA," Burkett said.

Superintendent Bill Wyand said, "This is an exciting time in the history of Broadfording Christian Academy.

"The completion of the accreditation process has helped us so much because it required us to analyze ourselves and it also allowed us to receive great feedback from the visiting accreditation team. Based upon everything we have learned about ourselves, we are now refining our strategic plan. I believe that more great things are in store for Broadfording Christian Academy in the years ahead," Wyand said.

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