American Heritage School is pleased to offer The Family School curriculum for homeschooling families with children ages 3-18 (grades pre-K to 12). This curriculum is produced and made available through American Heritage School's worldwide outreach arm, known widely as Latter-day Learning. In addition to homeschool curriculum Latter-day Learning offers conferences and training for adults. We invite you to peruse the Latter-day Learning website.
Additionally, American Heritage High School offers a selection of online courses for grades 7–12. Online courses may be taken by anyone, including individuals attending AHS campus upon administrative approval. Courses are offered on a semester schedule with assignment due dates, semester report cards, and enrollment deadlines (Fall Semester Enrollment Deadline: September 15; Spring Semester Enrollment Deadline: January 15). Scholars receive personalized feedback on many assignments. Accredited transcripts from AHS and other accredited schools may qualify online students to graduate from AHS (see graduation reguirements, administrative approval required at least 8 months prior to graduation). General features of online courses include:
Scholars in online courses learn academic concepts and gospel principles that help your children become useful in the hands of the Lord, develop Christian character, and accomplish the aims of an American Heritage education (see AHS Mission Statement).
College-preparatory academic study in every online course is facilitated by the 4-R method (research, reason, relate, and record). History courses are rich with primary sources. Literature courses study classical literature. All online courses include college-preparatory writing assignments. Optionally, students create e-portfolios featuring their best high school coursework to present in next-level education institution admission applications.
Scholars receive more than a packet or software; they also receive personal feedback and mentoring from teachers on select assignments and portfolio creation.
Students enrolled in online classes receive accredited report cards and transcripts (upon request). With administrative approval, online students may graduate from AHS and receive a diploma.
Learn more about online courses: