The Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association was formed in 1994 to strengthen Catholic school identity and mission in Ohio and to engage Catholic schools in the ongoing improvement of learning. The OCSAA is a collaborative undertaking of the Catholic dioceses in Ohio and is governed by the six Superintendents of schools who serve as the OCSAA Commission.
Each Catholic school in the Diocese of Cincinnati is an OCSAA member. On a six year cycle, each school engages in a self-study, writes a school improvement plan and documents the compliance of the school with each of the eleven OCSAA standards. On-site review is followed by state level review and accreditation by the Commissioners of the OCSAA.