ASL For Credit​

Thousands of high school students have received their foreign language credit by completing our class. You can too! Credit is awarded by your high school. This means you have to get permission from your school prior to enrolling with us to make sure you can get credit.

Obtaining prior approval is as simple as presenting our course syllabus and website to your school counselor.  They might not make the final decision, but they can at least get the process started for you.  In other cases, they will make the final decision making the process even faster.

How much credit you earn depends on your school. Each level of ASL we offer provides one academic school year worth of curriculum. So if your school awards one credit for a year long class, you should receive one credit for completing ASL 1, one credit for completing ASL 2, and one credit for completing ASL 3.

Completing ASL 1 and ASL 2 satisfies the two consecutive years of foreign language requirement that most high schools have for graduation, and most colleges have for admissions.  

We also offer ASL 3!  ASL 3 is for students who really enjoy ASL, or wish to be more competitive on college applications.  

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Students & Schools We Work With

Since 2016 we’ve been serving students and schools from all over the country. From traditional students, to homeschool students. Small schools and large. Public and private high schools.

Click on your state below to see a list of schools we’ve worked with. We are constantly adding new schools. If your school is not currently listed, it doesn't mean you can't enroll. It just means you would be the first!

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