It’s May 6, and today is World Password Day. It’s a great opportunity for us to remind you about the passwords used by American School students, guarantors and school officials. First, students and guarantors receive passwords to access the Online Student Center. The Online Student Center contains student records, contact information and help sheets for accredited middle school courses and accredited high school courses. It also contains ways for students to access their online middle school courses and online high school courses. Students can also use a password to access online courses directly from the curriculum provider’s web site. Counselors who work with us receive passwords to access the Online Counselor Office where they can review student records, download final exams and much more. As with all passwords, we recommend you keep your American School password in a safe place. In addition, we are happy to help you if you’ve forgotten a password or if passwords don’t work. Common reasons for a password not working include an account being delinquent or an account being inactive for some time. Also, the Online Student Center is for current students only, so graduates or those who have finished courses will not be able to access the site after a period of time. Thank you for your understanding and thank you for making us your school of choice!