Today’s Anniversary: The Federal Reserve System

It's December 23, and the Federal Reserve Act became law on this date in 1913.  The Federal Reserve Act created the Federal Reserve System, often called The Fed, which, as its web site says, is the central bank of the United States and provides the nation with a safe, flexible and stable monetary and financial system.  One of the things The Fed does is set interest rates, but here at American School, we offer interest-free payment plans to students in our accredited middle school program and accredited high school program.  That means students can enroll, make a down payment, and then make a series of monthly payments until their balance is paid off.  In other words, if you enroll in a year of courses for $900, you will pay $900 over a period of time rather than $900 plus interest over a period of time.  These payment plans are in effect only for students in full-year or full diploma programs.  We ask that students taking individual subjects through our print or online independent study programs pay in full for their course or courses at the time of enrollment.  No matter which program you choose, you'll get outstanding curriculum with all study materials included at a very affordable price.  Discover this benefit for yourself by enrolling today, and check back Thursday for our next blog post.