American High School Prepares Students to Excel Beyond High School

Every parent wants the best for their child especially regarding their future which is why it’s so important for children to not only receive a great education but also be taught life skills that help build character. While it’s the parents’ responsibility to raise and steer the child in the right direction, it’s also the school’s responsibility to educate students and help re-enforce skills that help mold them into well-rounded, productive citizens of society. American High School (AHS) virtual school program effectively teaches children how to be independent learners who take initiative to execute their academic obligations and extra-curricular activities with little to no supervision. AHS provides students with the education and life lesson tools they need to practice which contribute to the healthy development of their young minds. Additionally, AHS prepares students for a smoother transition from childhood to adolescence to young adulthood by encouraging critical thinking, self-discipline, independence and providing a quality education.

Critical Thinking is Key to Independence

Young inquisitive minds have questions and AHS empowers its students to dig deep and ask the what, how and why so they can form opinions based off their education, research, and independently developed perspectives. AHS provides interactive learning experiences that help shape students into who they want to be, and the best way to do that is by encouraging them to be critical thinkers and use their logic and understanding to engage in virtual discussion topics. AHS’s mission is to “uniquely prepare students to become global citizens by providing authentic learning experiences and holding them accountable for their future independent successes.”

“I feel that American High School really prepared me. They helped me develop the discipline, independence, and taught me how to take responsibility for my education,” Former AHS graduate states, “Now don’t get me wrong, I still like to partake and have fun but now I know how to balance it. Thank you so much for all of the support, assistance and guidance throughout the years.” AHS’s commitment to providing a rigorous and flexible education that will prepare students to excel in life continues to be fulfilled with every student success story.

Self-Discipline is Key to Success

Virtual learning has become more widely accepted across the U.S. over the past year due to mandated COVID-19 safety precautions. However, many parents are still apprehensive regarding the autonomy and non-traditional structure that is often associated with online learning. Yet, AHS delivers accredited, college preparatory and career-based online education for Grades K-12 to students throughout the U.S. and internationally and abides by the highest standards of accountability and academic achievement. Students are expected to meet AHS academic expectations and this cannot be achieved without proper time management and self-discipline on the behalf of AHS students. AHS encourages and helps train students to acquire these skills which is why AHS graduates have attained success in life and business and in return show gratitude and appreciation for their online education.

A One-of-a-Kind Virtual Education

With the introduction of a new Virtual Reality campus option, student and throw on VR goggles and explore a virtual world with other students from all over the world. You won’t find an in-person or virtual education remotely comparable to what AHS offers its students.  The AHS Virtual School Program is a unique learning experience that help students build a strong foundation for future success. Furthermore, their curriculum “fits” students rather than trying to make the student “fit” the curriculum.

American High School focuses on the end game not just a curriculum but the entire academic and personal development of its students. Contact a representative today to learn more about AHS elementary, middle or high school enrollment.

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