ASL possesses a centrally managed, Common Core Standards based curriculum with objectives and outcomes that are carefully defined. Individual instructors then have the responsibility to expand and enhance the basic curriculum by augmenting it with current resources and practices. The curriculum is under continual content and quality review.
Courses at American School of Leadership are offered in Mathematics, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies. Additionaly, we offer special Career courses in Preparatory Business and Technology. However, students are required to complete general education requirements that are described in greater detail in the programs section.
To accommodate student and faculty needs, American School of Leadership offers its library services online. This online distribution of information is well suited to the needs of today’s knowledge worker and offers a functional version of the types of information systems our students and faculty will be expected to use throughout their careers.
The eLibrary with its collection of databases is available to all students and faculty, at any time and from virtually any location where an Internet connection is available through a safe and secure password protected login.
The electronic libraries provide students with the required level resources. ASL has partnered with the Library and Information Resources Network, which meets all the above descriptions.
Definition of a Unit of Credit
ASL course units are credit-based and are awarded upon passing an end of course assessment. Each student is awarded 1 unit of credit per course unless the course specifically indicates differently.