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ACCS Teacher Certification

Available for ACCS accredited schools

Teacher certification should verify the presence of demonstrable philosophical understanding and competent teaching skills in the one certified. The ACCS Teacher Certification is established to enable teachers to attain the highest level of classical Christian instruction under the supervision of their school’s administrator, while providing a long term independent record of that accomplishment with ACCS as well as a certificate of achievement for each level of proficiency attained.

ACCS accredited schools should contact the Director of Accreditation for more information or any questions about ACCS teacher certification.

Schools can add certified teachers to the database and receive certificates on the Member Resource Center (MRC).

Note: The Foundations Track at the ACCS annual Repairing the Ruins Conference is helpful for achieving ACCS Teacher Certification. Find out more by visiting Repairing the Ruins or by contacting us at

ACCS Endorsed Trainings

The ACCS endorses training that will help members and friends grow in their understanding of classical Christian education. We recommend these training solutions.

Logos School presents its annual Summer Teacher Training in Moscow, Idaho. See why for over two decades, thousands of teachers, administrators, and board members have attended this unique training in the heart of lovely North Idaho. The schedule usually includes plenary sessions and several one-hour workshops to choose from each day. Learn more.
Rockbridge Academy is pleased to sponsor its annual ACCS-endorsed Summer Teacher Training in Annapolis, Maryland. The schedule includes plenary sessions and a full complement of teaching workshops to choose from each day, including an extended hands-on practicum on the Seven Laws of Teaching. This conference includes a special colloquium day, a morning of training in downtown Annapolis at historic St. John’s College with self-paced tours of the colonial city in the afternoon, followed by an evening social back on the St. John’s campus with Rockbridge Academy faculty and staff. Learn more.