It's September 15, and on this date in 1998, the person who regularly writes this blog started at American School. We keep his or her identity secret, though if you're a regular reader of this blog, you may be able to pick up where he or she went to college and get hints about some of his or her favorite people, places and things, many of which are directly related to American School. A lot has happened here in the past 17 years, most notably the strides we've made online. In 1998, we were strictly a correspondence school, but now we offer paper-based and online diploma programs, not to mention online exams in paper-based courses. The Online Student Center and Online Counselor Office help us communicate with students, parents and school officials. Our Facebook and Twitter pages and this very blog are other effective forms of communication. Some things, however, haven't changed in the past 17 years. We are more dedicated than ever when it comes to offering the accredited high school courses you need at a cost you can afford, and we do our best to ensure that no student is denied the opportunity to receive a high school education because of financial issues. We also continue to take our accreditation very seriously and are proud to be accredited by three reputable accrediting bodies and recognized as a non-public school by our home state of Illinois. All of us, whether we've been employed by American School for 17 days, 17 months, 17 years, or even longer than that as have many of our employees, look forward to serving you after you enroll and become our student.
Today’s Anniversary: American School Blogger
September 15, 2015 by