PROGRAMME OF REQUIRED STUDIES

To obtain their US high school diploma, Students will need to obtain 24 credits. However, the student will not need to take all of those 24 credits as a high percentage of them will be validated on completion of the subject in their own country so they will only need to take 8 subjects to obtain 7 credits (this may vary slightly depending on the study plan of each country on country). Therefore, candidates will only need to achieve those additional credits together with the ones they obtain in their home country. It is important to note that 4 of these credits are directly related to the improvement of the student level of English using a proven methodology for improving comprehension and fluency.

  • HARVARD UNIVERSITY
  • UCLA
  • BROWN

  • WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
  • UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
  • UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

  • UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
  • UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
  • DE PAUL UNIVERSITY

The American High School Dual Diploma Programme allows the validation of up to 17 out of the 24 credits needed to obtain a US High School Diploma in the state of Florida (depending on the country where the student is studying). This means, the completed credits obtained in the student’s country will be awarded to the student so that they only need to complete 7 extra credits at American High School, corresponding to 8 compulsory subjects.

1st year

2 subjects
2 credits

2nd year

3 subjects
2,5 credits

3rd year

3 subjects
2,5 credits

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE DIPLOMA

The achievement of the US high school diploma will be subject to the obtainment of the required established number of credits.

Academic marks in all the subjects studied are based on the development level of the student regarding educational goals and academic course skills. Therefore, the performance and knowledge shown towards aspects relating to projects, online tests and other online assessments during the course will all be assessed by the teachers who will determine the grades and/or the students promotion.

Progress reports and informative bulletins will be the main means of communication of the progressions and achievements of the student towards promotion.

STUDENTS IN THE DUAL DIPLOMA PROGRAMME

RESPONSABILITIES OF THE STUDENT

The student is expected to maintain the appropriate pace of the course during the academic year and must make a genuine effort to achieve the best results, dedicating an average of 4 to 5 hours per week. In case of any difficulty, the student should inform their teacher who will give the necessary help and orientation.

PROJECT SUBMISSION

Students will submit exercises, projects, tasks, exams, tests and quizzes to the Learning Management System (LMS). Once the teacher has corrected this work, the students will be able to see their results, marks and comments from the teacher through this system.

ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION RULES

Attendance, participation and performance of the student will be supervised to guarantee that students fulfil the obligatory attendance rules and that they progress adequately.

Attendance is measured by the time the student is connected to the LMS, their contributions made via online connections, the presentation of tests, projects and tasks and email messages sent and received via the platform. Every time the student opens a course, participation is registered automatically and time spent in each area is recorded.

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