A metaevaluation is a quality cross-check to examine the conduct of an evaluation and validate the results. Of the few metaevaluation studies, almost none have reported on the metaevaluation procedure through a practical example evaluation. This study reports on the strengths and weaknesses of a program evaluation study in terms of the four main standards: utility, feasibility, propriety, and accuracy. It includes a metaevaluation process that involves both quantitative and qualitative analysis of data from eight meta-evaluators. It was found that while the evaluation study had very good utility and accuracy standards, the feasibility and propriety standards were only fair.