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Bravo's Mission, Vision, and Student Learner Outcomes

Bravo Mission Statement

Bravo will prepare students for a post-secondary education and to provide them with opportunities to explore the health professions, while fostering an environment of inquiry and learning that promotes the development of their human relations, skills, and abilities.

Bravo Vision Statement

All students will succeed in an environment which encourages rigorous academics and empathetic and ethical behavior.

Bravo’s Schoolwide Learner Outcomes: The 5 Cs

Critical Thinking and Academic Achievement

Creativity and Innovation



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About WASC

Western Association of Schools and Colleges

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), a 501(c)(3) organization, is recognized as one of six regional associations that accredit public and private schools, colleges, and universities in the United States.

The Accrediting Commission for Schools

The Accrediting Commission for Schools conducts accrediting activities to public, independent, church-related, and proprietary schools of the following levels and types: elementary schools; junior high/middle/intermediate schools, comprehensive/college preparatory high schools, continuation high schools, alternative high schools, occupational/vocational high schools, regional occupational programs/centers, adult schools, and vocational skill centers. Many of the schools accredited also include postsecondary courses, e.g., courses which require a high school diploma or G.E.D.

Why Accreditation?

Certification to the public that the school is a trustworthy institution of learning validates the integrity of a school's program and student transcripts · Fosters improvement of the school's programs and operations to support student learning · Assures a school community that the school's purposes are appropriate and being accomplished through a viable educational program · A way to manage change through regular assessment, planning, implementing, monitoring and reassessment · Assists a school/district in establishing its priority areas for improvement as a result of the perpetual accreditation cycle that includes: · School self-assessment of the current educational program for students · Insight and perspective from the visiting committee · Regular school staff assessment of progress through the intervening years between full self-studies.

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