International Schooling is the 1st AdvancED regionally accredited online high school out of USA, headquartered in Singapore. AdvancED is the largest accrediting agency in the world.
AdvancED is the largest community of education professionals in the world. They are a non-profit, non-partisan organization that conducts rigorous, on-site external reviews of PreK-12 schools and school systems to ensure that all learners realize their full potential. While their expertise is grounded in more than a hundred years of work in school accreditation, AdvancED is far from a typical accrediting agency. Their goal isn't to certify the schools that are good enough; rather, their commitment is to help schools improve. As a regionally accredited online high school by AdvancED, International Schooling is constantly on the verge of improving and delivering the best quality education to its students.
Combining the knowledge and expertise of a research institute, the skills of a management consulting firm and the passion of a grassroots movement for educational change, they serve as a trusted partner to more than 32,000 schools and school systems-employing more than four million educators and registered more than 20 million students-across the United States and 70 other nations. The quantitative data given above is a testimony to the level of world presence of AdvancEd and the quality of work it does as a globally renowned accrediting body.
AdvancED was created through a 2006 merger of the PreK-12 divisions of the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI)-and expanded through the addition of the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC) in 2012.
Each year, AdvancED collects vast quantities of data including tens of thousands of learner-centric classroom observations and millions of student, parent and teacher surveys from thousands of schools and school systems. These data along with extant outcome data available from sources like NCES provide the basis for analyses that yield insights into educational practices and processes.