This week the American School is attending the Alaska School Counselor Association Conference in Anchorage. It's the final convention of the calendar year and, by a wide margin, the farthest one from our office, but visiting Alaska is something we do every year. We head to the Last Frontier not only to meet with school officials at the convention itself but also to visit several schools which use our courses to educate their students, many of whom live in the remotest parts of the state. Our students in Alaska are a prime example of how the American School can help assist people in all corners of the earth in earning their accredited high school diploma. No student is too far from our headquarters not to receive the personal attention in distance education that has been our hallmark for more than a century, and soon, with yesterday's announcement of the the arrival of online exams for paper-based courses, students will receive grades and other feedback quicker than ever.
American School Attends Alaska School Counselor Association Conference
November 14, 2012 by