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Middle States

Nardin Academy is currently in the process of working towards our Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools re-accreditation. This is a continuous effort on the part of the whole Nardin Community and its stakeholders. Every five to seven years, the Academy reassesses their objectives and goals brought about by the 12 Middle States Standards for Accreditation. We are currently writing our self-study report and preparing for our visit on March 22-25, 2021. The self-study reflects Nardin’s collaborative efforts towards our mission and values.


What is Middle States?

Our visit will take place March 22-March 25. We will be asking various members of the Nardin Community to meet with the visiting team and share all of the excellent things we are doing for our students and community. If you are interested in participating, please contact one of the Internal Coordinators (see contact information below).



Part of the Middle States re-accreditation process is identifying 3-5 measurable goals that indicate areas in need of improvement. Through a series of surveys and focus groups, the Nardin Community has identified the following three areas of focus:

  1. By 2029, Nardin Academy students will demonstrate increased proficiency in mathematical skills
  2. By 2029, Nardin Academy will foster a greater understanding of the school’s Mission in an effort to strengthen our Catholic identity
  3. By 2029, Nardin Academy will demonstrate an improvement in communication and marketing practices

Contact Information

Becky Braungart,
Director of Innovation & Technology
Jessica Neilans,
School Psychologist
Tom Whalen,
High School Campus Minister