First, let us provide a working understanding about accreditation. First, in the United States, there is no federal government list of recognized accreditation agencies for primary and secondary schools like there is for higher education. Second, the US Department of Education does not accredit schools in K-12. The U.S. accreditation process was developed in the late 19th century and early 20th century after educational institutions perceived a need for improved coordination and articulation between secondary and post-secondary educational institutions, along with standardization of requirements between the two levels. Private companies or organizations in different parts of the country have developed academic protocols that they believe are acceptable for schools. Schools apply to these organizations for membership, go through a few years to meet said organization's criteria, then the school can apply for accreditation, which is another process in some organizations. Public schools must be accredited by one of these private organizations. In the United States, however, a quality assurance process exists that is independent of government and performed by private non-profit organizations. Church schools in the United States are not required to be accredited at all, that includes the State of Alabama. However, many church schools are member schools with accrediting agencies, as well as opt to be accredited by them. Please see pages 3-5 of the State of Alabama requirements for "church schools."
AA-YP is fully accredited, since May 28, 2018, through ACTS, NAPSA, and AdVancedEd.