Weston High School remains accredited through the Washington Association of Educational Service Districts

Weston High School remains accredited through the Washington Association of Educational Service Districts
Weston AccreditationWeston High School has engaged in a third-year accreditation review provided by the Washington Association of Educational Service Districts (AESD) and facilitated by Northwest Educational Service District 189 and will remain accredited for three more years. The accreditation process supports a long-term vision for a performance-based educational system that aligns accreditation requirements to the continuous improvement of student learning, achievement and growth. More than 200 schools statewide have received AESD Accreditation.

Weston High School was first accredited in 2012 and re-accredited in 2018. Accreditation lasts for six years. At year three, an AESD panel reviews progress made by implementing recommendations for the school since they became accredited. The panel also made recommendations on what the school can focus on for the next three years of accreditation.

“Weston was commended for intentionally building a school culture and providing opportunities for students to succeed,” said Andrea Dixon, Weston High School Principal. “The panel recommended we focus on continuing to build the systems for high expectations and engagement for all students, including around attendance and to engage Weston students with Arlington High School students and the community. I am incredibly proud of the Weston staff for their constant engagement with our students while providing rigorous continuous learning.”

Weston High School is a diverse school of choice providing innovative learning opportunities that prepares students for college, career and life.