American School and the U.S. Open

The U.S. Open tennis tournament is winding down in New York City, so today is the perfect time to review the successes of some American School students and graduates.  Andre Agassi is a two-time men's singles champion, defeating Michael Stich in 1994 and Todd Martin in 1999.  He is also a four-time runner-up, losing to Pete Sampras in 1990, 1995 and 2002 and Roger Federer in 2005.  On the women's side, Mary Pierce was runner-up to Kim Clijsters in 2005, and Caroline Wozniacki is a two-time runner-up, losing to Kim Clijsters in 2009 and Serena Williams in 2014.  We are proud of all American School students and graduates who have competed in this country's most prestigious tennis tournament.  Then again, we're proud of all American School students and graduates who have achieved success in their chosen fields.  Our high school correspondence courses and online high school courses can prepare you for college or the workforce, and our accredited middle school program can prepare you for high school.  All of us would be happy to serve you, and the ball is in your court.  Enroll with us today!