Tuition and Costs
All courses include teacher support and state of the art interactive online classroom settings, including real-time student tracking.
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Students can enroll in any of our K-12 programs as full time students or on an individual course basis. Students transferring to American Distance Learning Academy (ADLA) from another learning institution should visit the Transcript Evaluation page to learn more about the ADLA transfer evaluation processes.
American Distance Learning Academy's programs and courses are open to foreign students for enrollment. Students from around the world are welcome to earn an American High School Diploma, this may help when applying to US Colleges. Proficiency in English reading and writing is required. You may test your English proficiency by completing a proficiency test. We recommend a score of 70% or better prior to enrolling in any of our classes.
If you have received a high school diploma from a secondary education program outside the United States, American Distance Learning Academy will evaluate your coursework for acceptance towards a high school diploma under our Graduation Requirements. Academic records from your foreign high school (translated into English) are required.
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