Only In Print: Cognia Accreditation Earned by Queens Catholic Academy

Students participating in the STEM program at Immaculate Conception Catholic Academy in Astoria are shown here exploring the facets of “STEM” — Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. (Photo: ICCA-A)

ASTORIA — With nearly a century of providing quality Catholic education on the west side of Queens, Immaculate Conception Catholic Academy recently achieved accreditation from a global organization that has evaluated schools for 127 years.

The group, called Cognia, is working in over 80 countries and accrediting 36,000 institutions that currently serve and support nearly 25 million students and five million educators…

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