The process of preparing for an accreditation review can be an onerous task for schools. It is necessarily difficult and taxing, but is worth the exceptional effort of the staff and faculty when there is a positive outcome. Optionally, the accreditation process not only confirms and affirms the direction and accomplishments of the school, it serves to strengthen the institution toward common goals. Thus, schools find it most advantageous to undergo an outside review of its preparation plans. This is particularly true where there is new leadership in the head position or other key senior staff leaders. The goal is to complete a successful accreditation!