St. Bonaventure Catholic School was first accredied in 1999 by the Florida Catholic Conference (http://www.eas-ed.org), the accrediting agency for Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Miami. In order for a school to be accredited it must meet very rigorous standards in curriculum, physical facilities, and teachers must hold state certification in the area of their primary teaching responsibility. Every seven years a new cycle begins, thus assuring parents and other constituents that the school mantains those standards and is constantly striving to improve. St. Bonaventure Catholic School was reaccredited in 2006 and in 2013.