American School Featured in WUSA Story

Last night American School was featured in a story on WUSA, the CBS affiliate in Washington, D.C.  Reporter Kolbie Satterfield focused on the increase in homeschooling during the pandemic, and American School has noticed an increase in interest and enrollments in advance of the 2020-2021 school year.  Some parents are choosing to enroll students in our accredited middle school program, while others are choosing to enroll students in our accredited high school program.  Both programs consist of five units of credit per year at a cost of $900.  Tuition is all-inclusive, meaning that all study materials, grading and access to the online student center are all included in the cost of tuition.  American School accepts enrollments year-round and does not have an enrollment cap, meaning that if you want to make us your distance education high school or middle school, you can do that without delay and without worry that classes will be filled.  We thank Kolbie for reaching out to us and thank all of our prospective students and families for reaching out to us as well.  We are always happy to help anyone in need of our services but most especially during this pandemic.