Cognia Accreditation

Cognia offers accreditation and certification, assessment, professional learning, and improvement services to institutions and other education providers. The result of the merger of AdvancED and Measured Progress, Cognia was formed to bridge the gap between school evaluation and student assessment. As a global nonprofit working in over 80 countries, our 36,000 institutions serve and support nearly 25 million students and five million educators every day. Cognia serves as a trusted partner in advancing learning for all.


The American High School Diploma program at IAS is accredited by Cognia, which is a leading international educational accrediting body. This accreditation recognizes the high-quality education and standards maintained by IAS and serves as a testament to the school’s commitment to providing students with a well-rounded, rigorous education. The American High School Diploma program is designed to meet the same rigorous standards set forth by the US educational system and prepares students for further education or career opportunities in the US or abroad. Having a diploma accredited by Cognia is highly respected and recognized by universities and employers around the world and provides students with a competitive edge when applying for higher education or employment. In short, the Cognia accreditation of the American High School Diploma program at IAS ensures that students receive a top-quality education that prepares them well for their future academic and professional endeavors.

Official newspaper of the International American School

The IAS Times is the official student newspaper of the International American School of Warsaw.

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