It’s June 3, and the United Nations has designated today as World Bicycle Day. Learning to ride a bike is a milestone in any child’s life, and the same is true about studying with American School. Most children begin by riding a three-wheeled bike called a tricycle, but when it comes time to ride a traditional bike, they may use training wheels at first. When you enroll with American School, your “training wheels” will be our enrollment staff who will process your application and send you your first course materials so that you can be on your way to academic success. Once you are settled, the instruction department and student service department will make sure you have everything you need to be successful in your middle school courses or high school courses. The person riding a bike determines the speed of the bike, and the same is true with American School. As a student, you will determine how quickly or slowly you move through your accredited middle school courses or accredited high school courses. If you need to slow down, our instructors will be there to help you. If you wish to speed up, our student service department can send you additional courses. Finally, if you’ve been away from school for awhile and wish to start again, American School can help. Although you might be studying in a new way, namely at home, learning is really like riding a bike, and once you start again, you’ll get the hang of things quickly. No matter your situation, we look forward to helping you on your way to the life you’ve always wanted. Enroll with American School today!