A key component to the success and health of any school is continuous improvement. It is a vital component that drives a school to constantly invest in the success and well-being of its students. Alpha Omega Academy is committed to continuous improvement, which requires students, parents, teachers, staff members, and administrators to contribute to the success of our school.
School accreditation is one of the vehicles through which continuous school improvement takes place. It is much more than a seal of quality, a requirement for the transfer of credits, or an aid for college acceptance. Accreditation is a process through which schools evaluate themselves and look for opportunities to improve the services they offer in order to promote student success.
Alpha Omega Academy is accredited through AdvancED, the world's largest educational community which serves more than 30,000 schools. A new requirement in the AdvancED accreditation process is surveys, which are to be completed by students, parents, teachers, and staff members to help identify areas for improvement and provide all stakeholders with a voice in the school. This is nothing new for Alpha Omega Academy, which has a history of surveying students, parents, and teachers on an annual basis.
To make the most out of this opportunity, Alpha Omega Academy needs every student, parent, teacher, and staff member to provide honest, constructive feedback on a short survey. The survey allows your voice to be heard and impacts the future of AOA. Please take five to ten minutes to respond by clicking on the appropriate link below. Please note, all feedback obtained through the survey remains anonymous.
Thank you for helping AOA continue its role as a leader in Christian distance education.
Mr. Joseph Bakker