It’s September 7, and today the quarterfinals begin at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in New York City. American School students have had success in this tournament, and today we’d like to tell you about some of them. On the men’s side, Andre Agassi won the singles title in 1994 when he defeated Michael Stich and again in 1999 when he defeated Todd Martin. His resume also includes four runner-up finishes, with losses 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 was runner-up twice, first to Kim Clijsters in 2009 and second to Serena Williams in 2014. We are proud of all the American School students and graduates who have participated in this event. Many of them chose American School as their distance learning high school because we offer incredible flexibility. Tennis players travel the world, and American School’s online high school courses or high school correspondence courses can be done anywhere, wherever and whenever it is convenient for students. You may not be a world-class tennis player, but you can enjoy those same benefits for yourself after you enroll and become our student. We would be happy to serve you.