SPONSORED: An American Heritage Education

by | Aug. 02, 2011

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Great education comes from caring, expert teachers and inspiring curriculum. American Heritage Home and Distance Education – an LDS-oriented, accredited, K-12 program – delivers on this.  The program is distinguished from many other programs in three important ways:

1) Caring, Expert Mentoring. American Heritage courses are developed by expert teachers who interact with students, including personal, 20-minute, weekly consultations in most 7-12 classes (conducted in a virtual meeting online).  Families enrolled in grades K-6 may also request teacher involvement.  Booker T. Washington wrote, “The older I grow, the more I am convinced that there is no education which one can get from books and costly apparatus that is equal to that which can be gotten from contact with great men and women” (Up From Slavery, Chapter 3: “The Struggle for an Education”).  Mentoring and instruction from great teachers who serve as “living textbooks” is a central feature of American Heritage’s Home and Distance Education Program.

2) LDS-Oriented Curriculum.  The curriculum is fundamentally designed to help students make connections to the restored gospel, thereby inviting truths to be indelibly impressed on their hearts and minds, which helps protect youth from corrosive influences.  American Heritage’s fundamental use of LDS scripture is a key feature of every course and lesson.

3) America’s Heritage of Faith and Liberty.  A focus on America’s Christian Heritage of faith and liberty is another key advantage of AHS courses.  The Principles of “conscience is the most sacred of all property,” Christian character, and “how the seed of local self-government is planted” are drawn out of primary source historiographies and classical literary texts.  Students are inspired by great men and women of history and literature, and they learn to take their place in the Plan of Salvation and fulfill their unique God-given missions.

Fall 2011 Enrollment Promotion
American Heritage is pleased to announce a limited-time, $55 promotion code that may be applied for enrollment in Fall 2011 K-12 courses.  The code is LDSLIVING.  Whether enrolling in high school or kindergarten, $55 from the course purchase price is deducted at the time of checkout using this code.  You are invited to view American Heritage’s K-12 course catalog and give your children the gift of an American Heritage Education through high school classes such as LDS Church History, The US Constitution, Classical Writing Practicum, or, by starting your pre-kindergarten or kindergarten-age child in History, Language, Science, or Art. Classes begin August 29, 2011.

Contact American Heritage Home and Distance Education
If you have questions, please visit American Heritage online at www.american-heritage.org or call 801-642-0055, or toll-free, 1-800-921-8752.
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