Accreditation report for Scituate High: Favorable but team finds computers outdated, classroom space limited

Accreditation report for Scituate High: Favorable but team finds computers outdated, classroom space limited

SCITUATE - A team of educators from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges has issued a generally favorable accreditation report on Scituate High School, taking note of just about every significant aspect of the 480-student school from the commendable lack of graffiti to a dearth of working computers.

The team of 12 secondary school educators from throughout New England came to the school Dec. 2-5 to assess the quality of the educational program as well as such contributing factors as community resources, physical space, school culture and leadership. The group met with teachers, shadowed students, observed classes and examined student work. The team released its 72-page report earlier this month.

A decision on accreditation will be announced in about two months, but Principal Michael Sollitto is optimistic that the NEASC imprimatur is forthcoming.


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