Aligning Our Mission to Yours

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Supporting your mission

Catholic schools are called to pass on the Catholic faith and be witnesses to the message of Christ. This mission and vision encompass thoughts, actions, and decisions made by every stakeholder in the Catholic school community. Cognia accreditation supports this philosophy by applying our rigorous performance standards to the context of Catholic schools.

Cognia accreditation is supported with unparalleled expertise, resources, and diagnostic tools. Schools use these tools to measure effectiveness and improve upon school quality in areas such as leadership, learning, and resource capacities.

Insight into your stakeholder's mindset

Catholic schools rely on Cognia to shed light onto key stakeholder perceptions—from parents to teachers to students. School leaders leverage data from a variety of surveys, including our proprietary Catholic Identity Program Effectiveness and Culture & Climate surveys to steer positive change in their schools. Many of our Catholic school members also customize and deploy surveys to meet their unique needs.

To learn more, fill out the form and a Cognia Catholic school team member will contact you to provide more information.

Your relationship with Cognia matters

Our dedicated Catholic schools team, led by Dr. Adina Victor is here to assist you.

Dr. Adina Victor, Vice President Non‑Public Services

Dr. Adina Victor

Vice President Non‑Public Services

In her role at Cognia, Dr. Victor specifically works with our non-public partner associations and supports school and system leaders with accreditation services. Adina is a passionate leader who plays an active role to make innovation thrive in PK-12 Education. She began her career as a Catholic elementary school teacher then grew into leadership roles as building level administrator, eLearning executive and later served as assistant superintendent of curriculum and assessments in one of the largest diocesan school districts in the southeast. She is a strong effective professional with a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) focused in Educational Leadership and Administration.

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