French Open Flashback: Kathleen Horvath

We've written about the French Open quite a bit recently as we've followed Caroline Wozniacki all tournament long, but another American School student deserves some attention before we put the French Open in our rearview mirror for another year.  Kathleen Horvath pulled off one of tennis's greatest upsets in the 1984 French Open.  She defeated Martina Navratilova in the fourth round and prevented her from winning the calendar year Grand Slam.  Read more about the achievement in this recent New York Times article.  We're proud to count Kathleen among the tennis players who have chosen to take our accredited high school courses, but we're proud to serve all of our students whether you play tennis or not.  Millions of students have taken our high school correspondence courses, online high school courses and online middle school courses over the years, and we'd be happy to count you among that number.  Enroll today!