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Lansing, IL 60438
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American School offers accredited high school courses and middle school courses at a cost students and parents can afford. Students work toward their diplomas in the General High School or College Preparatory Program or enroll in full-year middle school programs. They also may take individual high school or middle school courses for enrichment. Courses are self-paced and available in online and paper-based formats for high school and online only for middle school.
Included in those online high school courses and high school correspondence courses are a wide variety of Social Science courses for students interested in learning more about themselves, their country and the world around them. A full list of American School’s high school Social Science offerings may be found at www.americanschool.org/courses/social-science. The list below is accurate as of April 1, 2016.
- Civics, Social (Government)
- Geography (online)
- Geography, World
- Government (online)
- History of the Holocaust (online)
- History, United States
- History, United States (online)
- History, World
- History, World (online)
- Personal Psychology (online)
- Philosophy (online)
- Psychology (online)
- Psychology for Life Today
- Psychology, Introduction to (online)
- Sociology (online)
For information on American School’s middle school Social Science offerings, visit www.americanschool.org/middleschool.
When students enroll with American School, they enjoy American School’s 4 C’s–outstanding curriculum, affordable cost, caring student service, and nearly 12 decades of credibility, including accreditation by MSA-CESS, NCPSA and Ai and recognition from the State of Illinois as a non-public high school. These are the main reasons why more than three million students have chosen American School to help earn a high school diploma at home or enhance an existing homeschool program.
For more information or to receive an enrollment packet and application, visit www.americanschool.org/hsalmanac today. American School looks forward to having you or a family member as a student!