DUAL DIPLOMA PROGRAM
The American High School Dual Diploma program allows students to obtain two different high school diplomas by carrying out studies simultaneously at two schools: one in the country where they reside through on-site studies, and the other, American studies, by following a virtual academic course. This allows students to obtain their fully accredited US high school diploma, which has identical value to one awarded at an on-site course in the USA, in their home country without the need to travel to the USA and without the high costs involved or the need to obtain visas.
American High School is a fully accredited virtual private high school in the USA which brings together students who cannot perform on-site studies for different reasons. They may be students whose parents need geographic mobility, students who are athletes and need flexibility to train and to compete regularly or students whose parents (or themselves) are famous, among others. American High School has over 1500 students in the USA and now, thanks to American High School Worldwide, it is also open to students around the globe.
Over and above the obtainment of a second high school certificate, the program has been designed with the aim of providing an additional advantage to the students who complete it, giving them a collection of unique tools which will allow them to face the challenges of a more demanding globalized market where not only the local talent competes, but also other candidates from all over the world.
With a program of studies where educative innovation is blended with the use of new technologies, determination and supervision, a superior preparation is guaranteed to all students who wish to study university courses in their own country, the USA or any other corner of the world.
Academic excellence begins with the teachers, native professionals with high qualifications who will guide students through the everyday steps of the program. These highly qualified teachers, together with supervision by the program supervisor in the students’ home country, strengthen institutional support and assure parents that their children will successfully obtain their goals.