In 1995, Hovnanian School was accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, a non-profit association that fosters improvement in schools & educational institution spanning early-age to higher education through self-study, evaluation, and accreditation.
In 2019, Hovnanian School earned the NJAIS accreditation, a gold standard. Hovnanian School also remains accredited by the Middle States Association. These accreditations reflect Hovnanian School’s excellence and high professional standards in all aspects of academic life, from vision and curriculum to faculty and structure.
Certificates of Recognition:
NAEP (National Assessment of Educational Progress) “The Nation’s Report Card”, United States Department of Education
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth – International Mathematics and Verbal Talent Search Certificate of Recognition. 2012, 2011, 2009, 2007
Why We Choose to be Accredited
School accreditation is the result of a voluntary, yet critical process. During this process, Hovnanian School examined and assessed ourselves against rigorous high standards (set by the accrediting agency). At the end of each accreditation term, our school is visited by accreditation committees who affirm that we are meeting these standards and have a well-developed plan for the school’s future improvement opportunities.
Accreditation ensures that our school is operating with the highest level of educational quality and integrity, as validated by an external accrediting agency. These accreditations show our students and their families they can trust the educational program that our school provides – which has been measured against and meets high-quality standards – and enables a smooth transition for our students as they transition to High School.