Divisions of The American Scholar Group
American Scholar Global Engagement (ASGE) ensures that:
The American Scholar brand name represents a common international, industrial standard with its own code of ethics
The ASG license is standard across the globe, enabling educational consultants to assure both potential students and institutions of higher learning that ASG is speaking a common language
That universities can make promises with integrity, ensuring that international students can count on those universities to follow through on their promises
The American Scholar University School grants international students the opportunity to earn American course credits that can be applied towards a U.S. High School diploma. In addition, those planning to attend universities in the United States can take Advanced Placement (AP) courses that could lead to college credits while still in high school. Finally, Cyber School, SAT and TOEFL training prepares students for entrance exams that gain access to top universities.
The American English Institute is changing the way the world learns American English. The institute seeks to establish the standard for American English by functioning both as an accreditation body that instills the correct pedagogy for educators, and as an educator of the language. Guiding students from beginning to advanced language levels, the institute fosters proficiency in all the linguistic domains of listening, speaking, reading and writing.
The American Scholar Leadership Institute (ASLI) emphasizes leadership, citizenship, and personal growth among its students. The primary functions of the leadership institute are to cultivate the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of all its students, to encourage leadership of youth by youth and to prepare our students to make meaningful contributions to their communities. The ASLI also prepares participants to be instructional leaders who can effectively bring about continuous school improvements that result in increased student achievement.
American scholar presents the American Baccalaureate program as an alternative to the British O & A levels and the Swiss International Baccalaureate. Its purpose is twofold: to provide both international students with a standardized American curriculum and American and international universities with a more efficient system for reviewing all prospective student’s grades and application materials. The American Baccalaureate offers students both courses and examinations in English, Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Economics, U.S. History, and European History. Two levels of assessment are available, the basic level G10 and the advanced level G12.
The American Scholar Equestrian Academy (ASEA) instructs students in mastering the art of horsemanship. Learning this discipline contributes to building confidence and responsibility, as well as strengthening language skills and developing a love for the natural world. Students will learn from highly qualified instructors in Western and English disciplines. Expert trainers for each of these areas will be present for skill-developing clinics and seminars to ensure that students are privy to the most exemplary instruction available.