Since 1952, St. Bridget School has built a solid tradition of excellence. The school was recognized in 2007 as a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.
In 2008, the school received further accolades from the accrediting body, SACS-CASI, by earning the top designation of exemplary status. The school’s many accomplishments are tied closely to the hard work of a caring and talented staff, a supportive parish and pastor, dedicated parents and an engaged student body.
SACS-CASI Accreditation – Exemplary Status
“The SACS-CASI Accreditation is a voluntary method of quality assurance developed more than 100 years ago by American universities and secondary schools, and designed primarily to distinguish schools adhering to a set of educational standards. The accreditation process is also known in terms of its ability to effectively drive student performance and continuous improvement in education.
While accreditation is a set of rigorous protocols and research-based processes for evaluating an institution’s organizational effectiveness, it is far more than that. Today accreditation examines the whole institution—the programs, the cultural context, the community of stakeholders—to determine how well the parts work together to meet the needs of students.” – SACS-CASI website
Blue Ribbon School of Excellence
“The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program recognizes public and non-public elementary, middle, and high schools where students achieve at very high levels. The Program sets a standard of excellence for all schools striving for the highest level of achievement. The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program is part of a larger U. S. Department of Education effort to identify and disseminate knowledge about best school leadership and teaching practices. Each year since 1982, the U.S. Department of Education has sought out schools where students attain and maintain high academic goals.”– U. S. Department of Education website