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Accreditation

St. Odilia uses several measurements to assess the quality of education provided and the performance and progress of our students. Two of these methods are the accreditation process and standardized testing.

Accreditation Process
Every year, St. Odilia School is accredited through the Minnesota Non-Public School Accrediting Association (MNSAA). Accreditation provides outside validation that we meet certain academic standards, provide a quality education program, make ongoing school enhancements, and conduct regular evaluations of how we educate. This accreditation process ensures that St. Odilia is a quality school with a clear and focused vision.
MNSAA serves as the largest accrediting association in the state of Minnesota, accrediting more than 200 non-public schools.

Standardized Testing
In the fall and spring our Kindergarten through 8th graders will take the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) tests from the NWEA. MAP assessments are adaptive achievement tests in math, reading, and language usage. The results of these tests will be utilized by teachers to make better adjustments in curriculum for improved teaching and learning. For more information on the MAP assessment please click the link to view the Parent Toolkit.

In the winter, our 3rd, 5th and 7th graders will be taking the Optional Local Purpose Assessment (OLPA). This math test provides teachers with information in preparation for the following spring when we will begin taking the MCAs in grades 3, 5, and 7. 
 
If you have any questions regarding this testing feel free to contact Mr. Pajak at pajak@stodilia.org
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