DO YOU NEED FOREIGN LANGUAGE CREDIT?
Hundreds of students across the country have received high school language credit by taking our ASL classes. In addition, dozens of school districts have offered our classes to their students for credit. Before signing up for our class, make sure to get approval from your school to ensure you’ll receive language credit upon completion.
In some cases, school districts have a policy on what’s commonly referred to as “flexible credit” “credit flexibility” or simply, “flex cred.” You need to check with your guidance counselor if your district grants flexible credit. If they do, there’s a very good chance you can take ASL from the ASL Virtual Academy and get foreign language credit on your transcript. Many high schools want to see two levels of a foreign language (ASL 1 and ASL 2) as graduation requirements, and most four year colleges have this same requirement. If you're a student that doesn't need formal language credit, you may be able to receive elective credit upon completion. It is extremely important to get approval from your school before taking ASL from the ASL Virtual Academy if you’re seeking credit.
If you need any assistance or have questions about this, don't hesitate to contact us.