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National Tractor Trailer School Recognized by National Accreditor as School of Excellence

Each year, the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), a national accrediting agency recognized by the United State Department of Education, recognizes it's Schools of Excellence for their commitment to the expectations and rigors of ACCSC accreditation, as well as the efforts made by these institutions in maintaining high-levels of achievement among their students. This year, at the 2012 Professional Development Conference hosted on September 10-12, 2012 in San Diego, California, ACCSC recognized National Tractor Trailer School located in Buffalo, New York as a 2012 School of Excellence.

In order to be eligible for the 21012 School of Excellence Award, an ACCSC-accredited institution must meet the conditions of renewing accreditation without any finding of non-compliance, satisfy all requirements necessary to be in good standing with the Commission, and demonstrate that the majority of the schools' student graduation rates exceed 84% for programs 1 to 3 months in length, and 69% for programs 4 to 6 months in length; and that the majority of reported graduate employment rates exceed 82%.

"ACCSC congratulates National Tractor Trailer School on their commitment to delivering quality educational programs to the students, graduates, and employers that deserve our best work" noted Christopher Lambert, ACCSC's Director of External Affairs.

Established in 1971, National Tractor Trailer School has over 41 years experience training men and women for commercial truck driver careers. Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges and with courses certified by the Professional Truck Driver Institute (PTDI), NTTS is approved by the NYS Division of Veterans Affairs for the training of veterans (GI Bill), and is an eligible Institution for financial aid programs including Stafford Loans (student loans), Parental Loans for undergraduate students (P.L.U.S.), and Pell Grants.