Get Your Diploma With American High School
American High School. Which provides recognized, college prep, and career-based education to students in grades K-12 from all around the world. Leading accreditation authorities, such as Cognia, have fully accredited American High School (U.S. Department of Education approved Accrediting Agency).
Cognia, formerly AdvancED, nationally recognizes districts that meet rigorous standards focused on productive learning environments, equitable resource allocation that meets the needs of learners, and effective leadership. Earning accreditation from the Cognia Global Accreditation Commission means that the school is accredited, and that American High School is recognized across the nation as a school that meets Cognia Performance Standards and maintains a commitment to continuous improvement.
Cognia is the parent organization of the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI), Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement (SACS CASI). Parents and interested community members can learn more about the Cognia Accreditation at cognia.org
The National Council for Private School Accreditation is dedicated to the accreditation process as a viable and responsible means of establishing a witness of school excellence. NCPSA is committed to accreditation based on the concept of voluntary peer recognition; that is, the principle that institutions sharing common purposes and distinctive are better able to assist one another in achieving the standards for academic excellence and responsiveness to their respective public and the nation.
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
The National Collegiate Athletic Association is a member-led organization dedicated to college athletes’ well-being and lifelong success. These members all work to support student-athletes to succeed on the field, in the classroom, and in life. More than 460,000 college athletes make up the 19,000 teams that send more than 54,000 participants to compete in the NCAA’s 90 championships in 24 sports across three divisions each year.