Minnesota Nonpublic School

Accrediting Association

Founded in 1976, MNSAA is an accrediting association that serves nonpublic, faith-based schools in meeting quality standards in educating K-12 youth through a comprehensive accreditation process.  Accredited schools undergo a self-study examination every 7 years to ensure high standards of quality and excellence for the learning process are being met. Member schools develop a visionary, living document through a School Strategic Plan (SSP) which holds them accountable in facilitating the continuous improvement of the school.

St. Felix Catholic School underwent our accreditation process in the Spring of 2013 and have been approved for member status until 2020. The re-accreditation process is underway. We have already completed our self-study, This year, we will have an onsite evaluation this Fall. We continue to grow as a community in creating the best learning environment for all our families.

For more information about MNSAA, visit their website at mnsaa.org.

You may read St. Felix's current School Strategic Plan from 2013, which will be revised as we undergo our re-accreditation over the course of this year.
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