St. Charles School is fully accredited by the State of Indiana. All Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis are required by the Office of Catholic Education to go through the same accreditation process as their public school counterparts.
In 2004, St. Charles School became a member of the North Central Association for Accreditation and School Improvement. The accreditation process through North Central is a six year continual process. The state accreditation which coincides with NCA is a three year process.
The standards of St. Charles School are commensurate with or exceed those in public education with respect to length of school year, instructional time, curriculum, student/teacher ratio, etc.
Faculty members are certified by the State of Indiana and licensed in the areas they teach. A high percentage of our teachers have earned master’s degrees.
Children at St. Charles School consistently perform well above average on standardized achievement tests, including Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress (ISTEP).
Our classroom curriculum begins with the basics – reading, mathematics, phonics, writing, spelling, English, social studies, and religion. Specialized teachers complement each child’s learning in art, computer, library skills, music, physical education, science, and foreign language (middle school).
2224 E 3rd St. Bloomington, IN 47401 phone 812-336-5853 fax 812-349-0300