Online High School Courses

American High School customizes our curriculum in order to meet each student’s academic needs. We believe it is more productive for the curriculum to “fit” the student than trying to make the student “fit” a curriculum. To properly design a curriculum for you, it is necessary for us to have an understanding of the academic “level” the student has mastered in the core subjects.

9th Grade

Welcome to the 9th Grade Middle School at American High School.
students in library

10th Grade

Welcome to the 10th Grade Middle School at American High School.

11th Grade

Welcome to the 11th Grade Middle School at American High School.
students in library

12th Grade

Welcome to the 12th Grade Middle School at American High School.
students in a class

Online High School (9-12)

The years that comprise a student’s academic experience in secondary school, the middle school through high school years, are a unique period in one’s lifetime.


This is a time of change, from childhood to young adulthood, and with this change comes challenges, opportunities, and a broad-range of new experiences. During these years, an important aspect of human development that impacts a person’s future is his/her education.

AP / Honors

We currently offer AP / Honors classes for Social Studies, English and Science. More are being added all the time.

Students interested in enrolling in our Honors and AP courses should expect the following:

Higher expectations in terms of quality of work, project or report content and organization

Intense online class participation

Higher expectations while grading

Extensive mastery of course-specific terms and the ability to apply them

Greater intensity and depth

Emphasis on analysis rather than memorization

Student-centered responsibility for learning

Willingness to tackle extensive, close readings of complex texts

Increased expectations for all homework

Command of logic and recognition of fallacies

Mandatory outside readings

Willingness to explore the world of discourse outside of the textbook