Full accreditation is the planned outcome of the program, but the first 3-5 years of a new school are prototype years as it seeks to clarify its vision and goals. Each year is evaluated and modifications are made for the following school year through the lens of a working Board of Directors with the Administrator’s input as well.
In the upcoming transitional school year, coordination is planned with the Augusta County Government offices with regard to zoning, transportation, and building codes. This is an essential step in the accreditation process.
Incorporation and filing appropriate forms for the Internal Revenue Service concerning non-profit status allow for governance of the school by non-parent Board members.
Oversight of academics may be under the tutelage of Marymount University’s educational faculty pending the employment of a certain certified teacher attending the Master’s degree program at this institute of higher learning.