Supplementary Education Programs (SEPs)
A Supplementary Education Program (SEP) is a non-degree, non-diploma granting organization that offers programs of instruction or education services designed for elementary, secondary age students or adults seeking educational development in one or more areas.
The Significance of WASC Accreditation for SEPs:
Validates the supplementary education program.
Gives students, families and communities confidence that the supplementary education program has quality resources for all students and staff.
It is a review process that strengthens the program through the lens of experienced educators.
Creates a roadmap for the continuous improvement cycle.
Celebrates areas of strength and focuses on area of growth.
Staff collaborates through the self-study process.
Provides staff time to reflect on the SEPs mission and vision and what is best for all students.
Supplementary education programs with a WASC Advisor throughout their self-study journey.
A personalized approach.
A systematic framework to guide SEPs in their continuous improvement cycle.
Tools for SEPs to use throughout the self-study process and beyond.
Application Fee: $160
Nonrefundable Initial Visit Fee: $850