The Center for Educational Growth has earned accreditation from Cognia™, a nonprofit organization that provides quality assurance for schools, school districts and education service providers.
Cognia, formerly AdvancED, nationally recognizes districts that meet rigorous standards focused on productive learning environments, equitable resource allocation that meets the needs of learners and effective leadership.
Earning accreditation from the Cognia Global Accreditation Commission means that the school is accredited and that The Center for Educational Growth is recognized across the nation as a school that meets Cognia standards of quality and maintains a commitment to continuous improvement.
“School accreditation as conferred by the Cognia Global Accreditation Commission provides The Center for Educational Growth a nationally recognized mark of quality for our school,” said Executive Director Sandra Cannon. “It demonstrates to our community our commitment to excellence, our openness to external review and feedback, and our desire to be the best we can be on behalf of the students we serve.”
To earn Cognia accreditation, a school must also implement a continuous process of improvement and submit to internal and external review. Schools in good standing can maintain their accreditation for a five-year term.
The Center for Educational Growth is currently accepting students for open enrollment in both virtual and in-person school settings through the 2022 semester and will begin enrollment for the spring semester on Dec. 20.
About The Center for Educational Growth Inc.
The Center for Educational Growth is a non-profit online and in-person school offering hands-on, flexible classes at an affordable price. We create unique curriculums based on how a student learns and provide parents with more education options for their children by equipping students with the tools they need to direct their learning.
The center was founded in 2019 by Sandra Cannon. Since 2019, it has helped students raise their GPA from 2.0 to 3.0. In 2020, students entering into the 6th grade now read at the 11th-grade level; in 2021, the Center for Educational Growth’s academic programs accelerated eight sophomores to the senior grade level.
In 2022, the seniors will be graduating with college credits. One hundred percent of CFEG High School seniors graduated and were accepted into college
One hundred percent of the center’s recovery students received grades 27% higher in previously failed classes.