It’s April 29, and American School graduate Andre Agassi was born on this date in 1970. He won eight major tennis tournaments, including the Australian Open four times, the U.S. Open twice and Wimbledon and the French Open once each. In doing so, he became one of a handful of players to win the career Grand Slam. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are three modern-day tennis players who have won the career Grand Slam, but many excellent tennis players of the past did not, putting Andre Agassi in very exclusive company. Over the years many tennis players have chosen enroll in American School’s accredited high school courses. Although they cannot earn a high school diploma at home because they are traveling around the world on tour, they enjoy the flexibility and the portability of our program. They can study anytime and anywhere, and those same benefits are available to all of our students whether they ever pick up a tennis racket or not. Andre Agassi took our high school correspondence courses, but now we have a strong lineup of online high school courses too. If that is not a strong enough doubles team for you, we also have middle school correspondence courses and online middle school courses for students in grades 6-8. Enroll today! All of us would be happy to serve you!