(Lander, WY) – Lander Valley High School (LVHS) was recently awarded a framed certificate and banner by Cognia, the largest education improvement company in America, for 100 years as an accredited institution.
Cognia, formerly known as AdvanceEd or NCA, is one of the largest accreditation companies in education.
On a regular basis for the last 100 years Fremont County Vocational High School and Lander Valley High School has been evaluated by a team of peer reviewers who work directly with staff to ensure high levels of excellence are provided to our students, according to LVHS Principal Brad Neuendorf’s school blog.
“LVHS is proud of this distinction and looks forward to continually improving our product to ensure high levels of success for all students,” Neuendorf’s blog goes on to state.
“Expectations, standards, and practices have certainly changed in 100 years, but what hasn’t changed is the dedication of your community of educators to meet the many challenges along the way,” commented the President of Cognia in a letter to the school.
“With a focus on school improvement, LVHS continues to demonstrate an unwavering commitment, striving to help all students reach their potential.”