Accreditation

  

Accredited Excellence 

 

 

Will employers recognize the validity of your online high school diploma?

Will you be able to transfer credits to other learning institutions?

Does your program provide a high-standard educational excellence?

At EIPCS, the answer is yes, yes, and yes!

 

EIPCS provides quality assurance to all of its students by continually adhering to standards set by today's most respected accrediting agencies. Our educational programs are regularly examined by a number of other third-party accrediting organizations to ensure the very highest level of quality.

ACPSAA - American Council Private School Accreditation Agency

(since 1989)

 

EIPCS is fully accredited by ACPSAA (American Council Private School Accreditation Agency) which is an accrediting agency that has been in existence since 1989. Accreditation is a process through which a school maintains and improves its standards and practices. Basically, accreditation is a process that gives public recognition to institutions that meet certain standards. It is a promise that an institution will provide the quality of education it claims to offer.

 

One of the accepted curricula we use for our program is Landmark Baptist. Students use this program to study the required core subjects. Once they pass these classes, they are able to graduate. You may use your diploma in all 50 states.

Accreditation Information

N.A.L.S.A.S. - National Association for the Legal Support of Alternative Schools

(since 1973)

Educators Inc. Private Christian Schools is fully accredited by the National Association for the Legal Support of Alternative Schools (N.A.L.S.A.S.). The N.A.L.S.A.S. is a nationwide accrediting agency, which has been responsible since 1982 for the accreditation of K-12 alternative educational programs. NALSAS applies only one standard to its accredited members: consumer protection. The NALSAS accreditation assures the public at large that at least one member not involved in the control, operation, or proceeds of the applicant program has reviewed and confirmed the program's claims and conditions regarding its location, existence and operations.

Notice: Their website information may not be up to date.

 

You will earn your high school diploma from Educators Inc., which is nationally accredited by the National Association for the Legal Support of Alternative Schools (NALSAS) and meets all state requirements listed with the state of Florida Department of Education. You may use your diploma in all 50 states.

Accreditation Information

About Accreditation

Did you know that a school does not have to be accredited to be a real school?

​​That's right! A school does not have to be accredited by any accrediting agency to be a registered school with the Department of Education.

So what does it mean when a school is accredited?

It means the school has met the accrediting agency's set of standards, which is required to have their accreditation. The purpose of accreditation is to have a set of standards for schools to go by and maintain for educational excellence. This means that schools who are accredited have met that accrediting agency's "set of standards" for excellence. Schools that are accredited are more well-known, thus are more accepted by colleges, universities, and employers.