The American High School Diploma Dual programme helps students to develop technological skills.

A greater interest level and motivation, better learning autonomy, an interdisciplinary nature, digital and audio-visual literacy, development of information search and selection skills, or even a positive teacher-student communication are just some of the many advantages that this virtual learning programme offers and which facilitate the students integration to this emerging world which is constantly changing and transforming. A world where the command of new technologies is vital.


The American High School Dual Diploma also tests the ability of students to work in different cultural environments. This cultural exchange begins the very first moment that students begin their course, write reports and communicate with their native teachers in English .

As well as interaction with American teachers, American High School offers students the chance to participate in AHS Lounge, a social platform which, among other things, allows students to communicate with other students from all over the world.

In this way, the programme helps to develop the capacity for flexibility and adaptation to different ways of working, situations and environments, as well as developing strong aptitudes and qualities to  decisively face the future in an enthusiastic and well prepared manner.


It is undeniable that English is known in many parts of the world as the lingua franca of the global economy, in business, technology, science and aviation and its influence is greater than ever in the XXI century.

The Dual Diploma programme promotes English learning. All subjects are taught in this language and interactions between teachers and international students are established in English. This creates an extremely positive immersion environment to improve communicative skills, and increases motivation and confidence when using the language. This is an essential characteristic of any programme  seeking to achieve a high linguistic level.


The learning of different materials and subjects which would not normally be accessible to students, together with a large capacity for work and a high English level, provides students with a wide range of academic possibilities. A high school student wishing to attend an American university will have advantages, when submitting their application, over students who have not shown this command of English and other academic achievements.


This is certainly one the strong points of the programme, giving it extra added value. It offers students the possibility to join student clubs and groups in which the students will be in contact with other participants from the same club with similar likes and interests (journalism, cookery, photography, music, gaming, getting ready for college)

The American High School Dual Diploma programme allows students to obtain two different high school diplomas by carrying out studies simultaneously at two schools.