The purpose of this research is to assess the trend in the achievement of eight national standards education and what needs to be improved to increase the achievement. The research used accreditation data from the year of 2011, 2012, and 2013. The achievement tends to increase from 2011 until 2013. The enhancement of accreditation achievement respectively is for the standard of graduate competence, management, content, financing, assessment, facilities and infrastructure. The lowest standard of achievement is the standard of educators and education personnel. There is 13.27% of schools that do not have library staff. Unfortunately, among those schools that have library staff, 12.32% of them are below the senior secondary qualifications and do not have a certificate. In addition, 14.69% of schools do not have a library head and those who have 16.59% of them do not have proper education or skill background to manage library well. Regarding administrative personnel , only 5.21% of schools whose administrative personnel have the appropriate educational background. Facilities and infrastructure that is still under the standards are the library space and laboratory space for chemistry and biology. In conclusion, there is an increase in the value of accreditation from 2011 to 2013. Nevertheless improvement is still needed to meet the eight national education standards.