It’s April 13, and on this date in 1976, the two-dollar bill was reintroduced into circulation. You’re probably far more familiar with $1 bills, $5 bills, $10 bills, $20 bills, $50 bills and $100 bills, but $2 bills are still around even if they are rarely seen. If you’re interested in learning how money is made, we encourage you to visit the U.S. Mint web site or tour a U.S. Mint whenever it is safe to do so. One of the nice things about enrolling with American School is that we offer accredited middle school courses and accredited high school courses at a very affordable cost. Even better, our tuition is all-inclusive, which means it includes all study materials, grading, record-keeping, access to the online student center and much more. If you are currently enrolled in our accredited middle school program or accredited high school program, you may use the Make a Payment button on our web site to make your standard monthly payment. You may also pay over the phone with a credit card or through the mail with a check or credit card. Although the $2 bill and other forms of paper currency are legal tender, we strongly recommend you do not send us cash in the mail. Thank you for your cooperation and for allowing us to serve you.