STEM program at St. Mary of the Mills School earns international certification
St. Mary of the Mills School in Laurel, Maryland heralded the start of the new school year by celebrating the fact that it has received STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) certification from Cognia Accreditation Services.
The school is the first – and so far, only – Catholic school in The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington to earn the prestigious endorsement of the internationally known accreditation service.
Cognia is a non-profit private organization that accredits primary and secondary private and public schools throughout the U.S. and around the world. According to its mission statement, Cognia “identifies schools and systems that best exemplify excellence in education and stand out in their service to learners, based on the results of our rigorous accreditation process.”