The Committee on Public Secondary Schools voted at its October meeting to award Jonathan Law High School continued accreditation in the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), according to Principal Fran Thompson.

The accreditation occurs every 10 years for New England schools choosing to be members. The process involved a self-study followed by a visit to the school by members appointed by NEASC who interviewed staff and parents, shadowed students and reviewed curriculum, teaching, assessment, policies, procedures, staffing and the facility.

Foran High School is currently going through the same process.

In its correspondence notifying Jonathan Law of its reaccreditation, the NEASC cited areas of commendation and areas for improvement to School and District officials.

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