HIGH SCHOOL COURSES
Participation in online learning opportunities is on the rise, and it is not difficult to understand why. With no geographic barriers, students have access to a broader spectrum of course material that can be accessed from anywhere at any time. Using the Internet to attend class, research information, and communicate with other students, teaches skills that will be critical to workers in the 21st century who will work and interact globally. Beyond equipping students with skills necessary for their success, online learning empowers students to become the primary agents in their learning process infusing them with the confidence to pursue their course of study and interests.
The ASB Online Academy offers a unique range of engaging courses for students. Some courses are offered in conjunction with a carefully selected group of content providers and others are designed and taught by ASB Online Academy instructors. All courses are offered to students worldwide.
Learning takes place completely online for all courses. ASB Online Academy facilitates registration for all courses whether designed and taught by ASB Online Academy instructors or in conjunction with our external partners.
All courses have a dedicated teacher but please note that all students who sign up for an Elementary or Middle School enrichment course will require the active support of a learning coach/parent to provide integral support and guidance for online activities.
As you browse our range of course offerings, please be sure to take note of any important course prerequisites listed prior to registration.
All successful learners will be issued a Certificate of Completion.
Credits and Certificates:
All successful learners will be issued a Certificate of Completion. Credit transcripts will be available for all successful participants upon request.*
A large number of the semester long High School courses we offer are now available for credit.
Please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to register for any course for credit.
*Interested participants should confirm the credit will be accepted by their school or institution prior to enrolling.
Enrollment - Start and End Dates
Please note some of our courses have fixed start and end dates and others are offered on a rolling basis. Rolling enrollment means that you can enroll at any time throughout the year but there may be a set duration. See the relevant course page for further details.
All student courses are available to our Institutional Enrollment Program members. Courses are priced between $300-$500 depending on the course and are subject to member discounts.
This course will introduce you to 3D modeling tools and concepts
This course introduces you to accounting concepts and principles, financial statements, internal control design, and accounting for partnerships.
This course explores the tremendous diversity of animal life and the interconnectedness of different animal species with each other and with humans.
This is a survey course covering various contemporary topics in bioethics, focusing on issues encountered in biomedicine, genetics and research.
In this introductory course, students learn basic programming concepts through a series of hands-on projects.
This is a beginning level course that will introduce the student to a variety of areas of Mandarin Chinese.
This is part two of the beginning level course (1A).
This course is an introduction to computational science, an interdisciplinary method of scientific inquiry.
This course is an introduction to computer science, covering the basic concepts and elements of the Java programming language and introducing object-oriented programming.
This course first will examine why laws were created and how they evolve over time in response to society’s needs.
Entrepreneurship starts to prepare future small business owners to run their own businesses according to the principles of business.
This is a beginning level course that will introduce the student to a variety of areas of language learning.
German I B is the second semester of a beginning level course that will introduce the student to a variety of areas of language learning.
Compelling topics, strong writing, engaging visual design, and multimedia all come to life as you write about anything from local band, interesting people, to life in your community for an online magazine-format weblog.
Kindergarten Apprentice Teacher is designed to acquaint students with learning styles, characteristics of young learners, lesson planning and teaching techniques. As the course progresses, students will observe one period and teach five pre-planned lessons in a kindergarten classroom.
The class will investigate the future of business on the Internet, study how e-business compares to traditional business, and find out more about the marketing strategies involved in promoting a business, and the laws affecting Internet businesses.
This course is designed to enhance understanding of mythology and its continuing influence on our modern world.