High School Courses

AIA is dedicated to developing a learning environment for students in the USA & abroad to study a traditional American education. AIA provides year-round personalized learning plans for each student, giving them the flexibility to learn independently or with live instruction, maximizing their learning potential!

 

Students and parents have two main choices in AIA's High School Courses:

  • Live Instruction - while using the learning platform, which follows approved curriculum, students also have the pleasure of having a live certified teacher directing the class, encouraging participation and assisting students to be the best they can be. 

  • Independent Study - this option also uses the learning platform, which follows approved curriculum, students have no live instruction, making this an ideal option for those who are homeschooling their children.  For each subject the child is taking, they will be assigned a teacher mentor whom they can contact with any questions or challenges.  

Required Courses* - if a student is enrolled full time with AIA, students must take those courses.  For students NOT enrolled full time, they can choose Required Courses or Electives.  

9th Grade Courses 

Suggested for a student's first year of High School

Required Courses*:

  • Math - Algebra I

  • Grade 9 High School English

  • Science - Biology

  • Social Studies - World History

  • High School Health & Nutrition

Languages:

  • French I, II

  • German I, II

  • Spanish I, II, & III

Sciences:​

  • Biology*

  • Environmental Science

  • Science and Innovation

  • Earth and Space Science

STEM

  • STEM 1: Introduction to Coding

  • STEM 2: JavaScript

  • STEM 3: Electronics and Coding

  • Robotics Dance Programming

  • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Introduction to Java

  • Cybersecurity I

Math:

  • Pre-Algebra-FUNdamental Math

  • Pre-Algebra-FUNdamental Math-Spanish

  • Algebra I*

  • Algebra I-Spanish

Technology:

  • Python

  • Adobe

  • 3D Game Design

  • 3D Animation

  • Fashion Design

  • 3D Character Animation

  • 3D Game Development

  • Adventure Maps

  • App Design 

  • Mod Design

  • Server Design

  • Mastering Microsoft Excel

Social Studies:

  • World History*

  • Epic Moments in World History

  • World Geography

Health:

  • High School Health & Nutrition*

10th Grade Courses

Suggested for a student's second year of High School

Required Courses*:

  • Math - see options below 

  • Grade 10 High School English

  • Science - See Below

  • Social Studies - See Below

Languages:

  • French I, II 

  • German I, II

  • Spanish I, II, III

Sciences:​

  • Biology*

  • General Chemistry

  • Environmental Science

  • Science and Innovation

  • Earth and Space Science

STEM

  • STEM 1: Introduction to Coding

  • STEM 2: JavaScript

  • STEM 3: Electronics and Coding

  • Robotics Dance Programming

  • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Introduction to Java

  • Cybersecurity I

Math:

  • Geometry*

  • Algebra II*

  • Business Math

Arts:

  • Music Appreciation​

Technology:

  • Python

  • Adobe

  • 3D Game Design

  • 3D Animation

  • Fashion Design

  • 3D Character Animation

  • 3D Game Development

  • Adventure Maps

  • App Design 

  • Mod Design

  • Server Design

Social Studies:

  • US History - 1760-21st Century*

  • World History I

  • Epic Moments in World History

  • World Geography

  • Psychology

Health:

  • High School Health & Nutrition

11th Grade Courses

Suggested for a student's junior year of High School

Required Courses*:

  • Math - See Below 

  • Grade 11 High School English

  • Science - See Below

  • Social Studies - See Below

Languages:

  • French I, II 

  • German I, II

  • Spanish I, II,I II & AP

Sciences:​

  • General Chemistry*

  • General Physics

  • Environmental Science

  • Science and Innovation

  • Earth and Space Science

STEM

  • STEM 1: Introduction to Coding

  • STEM 2: JavaScript

  • STEM 3: Electronics and Coding

  • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Introduction to Java

  • Cybersecurity I

Math:

  • Algebra II*

  • Business Math

  • Trigonometry

  • Pre-Calculus

Arts:

  • Music Appreciation​

  • Film & Television

Technology:

  • Python

  • Adobe

  • 3D Game Design

  • 3D Animation

  • Fashion Design

  • 3D Character Animation

  • 3D Game Development

  • Adventure Maps

  • App Design 

  • Mod Design

  • Server Design

Social Studies:

  • US History - 1760-21st Century*

  • World History I

  • Epic Moments in World History

  • US Government and Civics*

  • World Geography

  • Economics*

  • Psychology

  • Personal Finance

Health:

  • High School Health & Nutrition

12th Grade Courses

Suggested for a student's last year of High School

Required Courses*:

  • Math - See Below 

  • College Preparation - High School English 12

  • Science - See Below

  • Social Studies - See Below

Languages:

  • French I, II 

  • German I, II

  • Spanish I, II, III, or AP

  • English 12 Grade - British Literature 

Sciences:​

  • General Chemistry*

  • General Physics

  • Environmental Science

  • Science and Innovation

  • Earth and Space Science

STEM

  • STEM 1: Introduction to Coding

  • STEM 2: JavaScript

  • STEM 3: Electronics and Coding

  • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Introduction to Java

  • Cybersecurity I

Math:

  • Algebra II*

  • Business Math

  • Trigonometry

  • Pre-Calculus

  • Calculus

  • AP Calculus

Arts:

  • Music Appreciation​

  • Film & Television

  • AP Studio Art - Drawing

Technology:

  • Python

  • Adobe

  • 3D Game Design

  • 3D Animation

  • Fashion Design

  • 3D Character Animation

  • 3D Game Development

  • Adventure Maps

  • App Design 

  • Mod Design

  • Server Design

Social Studies:

  • US History - 1760-21st Century*

  • World History 

  • Epic Moments in World History

  • US Government and Civics*

  • World Geography

  • Economics*

  • Psychology

  • Personal Finance

Health:

  • High School Health & Nutrition

Advanced Placement (AP)

Arts

  • AP Music Theory**

  • AP Studio Art - Drawing**

Language Arts/Reading

  • AP English Language and Composition**

  • AP English Literature and Composition**

Social Studies

  • AP European History**

  • AP Psychology**

  • AP United States History**

  • AP World History**

Math and Computer Science

  • AP Calculus AB**

  • AP Calculus AB Exam Prep

  • AP Calculus BC**

  • AP Computer Science Principles**

  • AP Computer Science A**

  • AP Statistics**

Sciences

  • AP Biology**

  • AP Chemistry**

  • AP Environmental Science**

  • AP Physics 1**

  • AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

  • AP Physics C: Mechanics

World Languages

  • AP Spanish

  • AP French

  • AP German

 

**Courses approved through A-G AP courses College Board approved.

Our Live Instruction courses are imparted while using the learning platform, which follows approved curriculum, students also have the pleasure of having a live certified teacher directing the class, encouraging participation and assisting students to be the best they can be. Maximum size class is six students to ensure more personalized learning and student interaction. 

Required Courses* - if a student is enrolled full time with AIA, students must take those courses.  For students NOT enrolled full time, they can choose Required Courses or Electives.  Students must have a B2 level of English or higher to participate in these courses. 

Not sure what electives to take? Contact your Enrollment Counselor for advice on selecting the right courses.  Entrance to elective courses is based on students' interests, future study plans and aptitude. 

If you are looking for one on one help with a particular subject, please see Tutoring.

If you want to improve your English level, please see our ESL classes.