After a year-long process including site visits, conversations with administrators, teachers and students, and a top-to-bottom review of the school’s academics and administration, Rogers High School has received reaccreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). A globally recognized standard of excellence, NEASC Accreditation attests to a school’s high quality and integrity. 

“Rogers High School receiving NEASC reaccreditation is a big deal, and a testament to the high-quality learning environment our teachers, staff, and administrators have put in place,” said Superintendent Colleen Burns Jermain. “NEASC’s review team was particularly impressed with Rogers’ English Language Learner supports, welcoming environment for all students, coherent curriculum, commitment to academic excellence and community partnerships. I want to congratulate our entire Rogers team for the work that has gone into earning reaccreditation.”

“NEASC reaccreditation shows that Rogers High School is meeting some of the highest standards for student learning, school improvement, and school growth,” said Jared Vance, Principal of Rogers High School. “Reaccreditation is something that our entire school community should be proud of, and I want to thank our teachers and staff who participated in the process.”

Highlights from the NEASC reaccreditation report:

“The faculty has created a student-centered community that recognizes the individual abilities of each student and the complex history they bring with them into the school environment each day.”

“Teachers report that opportunities the school has provided for student voice and leadership have changed the dynamic of the school and led to a more inclusive and supportive student body.”

“The school demonstrates a strong commitment to the school’s vision of the graduate. The faculty is committed to providing all students with effective learning opportunities. The faculty is flexible and dedicated to supporting all students.”

NEASC reaccreditation report commendations for Rogers High School:

  • The school’s commitment to establishing a culture of student voice
  • The numerous resources secured to meet the needs of the growing ELL population
  • The welcoming environment for all students, regardless of cultural background
  • The work to incorporate diverse perspectives in the curriculum so that all students feel represented
  • The significant progress in writing a coherent curriculum in a common format
  • The partnerships with the community that offer students a wide range of supports, both academic and social-emotional
  • The opportunities provided to students for project-based learning
  • The establishment of a flexible Crew period that may be used for academic and social-emotional support
  • The collaborative nature of the school committee and superintendent with building leadership

A full copy of the NEASC reaccreditation report is available here: