The American High School Curricular Pathway

The INSPIRITAS American High School Curricular Pathway is designed to be the instructional anchor or a supplement for international schools. We provide a nationally accredited American high school curriculum, intended to fully integrate with any existing national and international programs, providing students with the best of both systems. We offer more than two hundred fully accredited American high school course offerings, including core, electives, honors and Advanced Placement courses.

Each course is taught by a highly qualified, certified and experienced, U.S. teacher. Class sizes have a 25 to 1 student to teacher ratio. Asynchronous delivery of online courses gives students access anywhere in the world. Onsite instructional teams provide students with academic support, supervision and encouragement. Individualized academic guidance, and college advisement insures full course articulation and college preparation.

International school partners have the option to adopt and integrate the INSPIRITAS Scholars Program as a capstone year. In so doing, their students are uniquely prepared to earn an American High School Diploma at one of our US partnership high schools, with guidance and support through the college selection and admission process.

The INSPIRITAS Advantage: Uncompromised Quality

All INSPIRITAS/VHS courses are all fully accredited by the Middle States Commission on Secondary Schools (MSCSS), the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC), the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) and the College Board, which has certified our AP® course offerings.

All INSPIRITAS/VHS courses have been written and are taught by highly qualified teachers. All teachers are certified and average more than ten years of experience.

All locally delivered INSPIRITAS/VHS courses are facilitated and students are supported by a trained, onsite English-speaking instructional team.

All INSPIRITAS US Public High School Partners are nationally and regionally accredited and these accreditations are not threatened by international operations. (US independent schools need to have their international programs separately accredited or they risk their parent school accreditation.)