Salem Academy and College has been deemed compliant in three of four requirements cited when an accreditation committee placed the school on probation a year ago.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commissions on Colleges confirmed the compliance after an in-depth review proved the school is in sound financial standing. Salem remains fully accredited.
According to a press release, the fourth compliance requirement for Salem to be removed from probation requires financial stability to be demonstrated over a longer period of time. There will be another review in December.
The school achieved financial stability in recent months after raising more than $14 million, exceeding the goal of a capital campaign.