Howard Scholars Academy has a 35,000 square foot location in Decatur, Georgia servicing 6-weeks to 12th grade. Our new building will be open in Fall 2020 to include Two Playgrounds, Robotics Lab, Gaming/Coding Lab, Broadcasting Studio, Dance and Acting Studio, Soccer Practice Field, Basketball Court, and Batting Cages.
We service NCAA Student Athletes in various sports and scholars in college preparatory curriculum using blended learning options onsite and through our online school.
HSA offers STREAM Career Pathways in Engineering by Design, Software Development, Information Technology, Broadcasting, and Performing Arts (Dance, Acting, and Film Production).
Howard Scholars Academy ETS College Board Code for ACT, SAT, and PSAT testing registration is 110090
Howard Scholars Academy powered by American High School, is fully accredited and approved by the highest authorities at the state, regional, national, and international level, including: the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS); AdvancED; the unified organization of the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI).Sign Up For Our Virtual School Now!
To review specific virtual school courses for your child, submit a request using our contact form. A HSA representative will complete your request within 24 to 48 hours.Contact Us
We offer a complete online common core curriculum for grades 3 to12, in addition to AP courses, ACT test preparation, and tutoring programs. Our virtual Academy Honors and AP track are available for all students. We encourage students to strive for greatness and to excel in all of their academic achievements in the following areas:
AP/Honors Social Studies
AP/Honors Social Studies
Advanced Placement Course(s) or an Advanced College project course has the same expectations with the added intensity of being a college-level course. Students interested in enrolling in our Honors and AP track should expect the following:
Higher expectations in terms of quality of work, project or report content and organization
Greater intensity and depth
Intense online class participation
Emphasis on analysis rather than memorization
Completion of an assignment does not guarantee a good grade
Student-centered responsibility for learning
Reasonable expectations for all homework
Outside readings mandatory
Extensive mastery of course-specific terms and the ability to apply those terms
Command of logic and recognition of fallacies
Willingness to tackle extensive, close readings of complex texts
Willingness to explore the world of discourse outside of the textbook
Willingness to work on critical evaluation of one’s work
In addition to offering quality online middle and high school courses, we also offer a wide selection of Career and Technical Education electives. The following are virtual career pathways aligned to our diploma program:
Virtual Career Pathways
Architecture and Construction
Web Design and Multimedia
Business and Entrepreneurship
STEM and Engineerings
Banking and Finance
Arts, A/V Technology and Communications
Education and Training
Government and Public Administration
Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
Howard Scholars Academy powered by American High School provide NCAA certified courses using the American High School code 102288. All student athletes receive NCAA approved courses towards their eligibility requirements.
For additional questions about our prestigious Virtual Academy, contact a member of our team today!NCAA Quick Reference Sheet
The Howard Scholars Academy offers college and career planning services provide community based organizations and private clients with individualized academic monitoring and college assistance. Our goal is to enhance the opportunity for students to reach their full potential upon college and career program acceptance and enrollment.
Our Howard Scholars Academy experts will serve as an educational liaison between local education agencies and colleges/university systems to fulfill our client’s college or career goals upon graduation. Our college and career planning service is ready to meet each student’s individual needs as early as 6th grade.
We must take a firm look in developing our children as early as 11 years of age to ensure they gain a clear focus to enhance their level of self-efficacy and social-emotional needs while embarking upon various peer interactions that will interfere with their academic and behavioral success during the middle school years.
We strive to provide strategic resources for our 9th to 12th grade students. We are now eligible to offer the Georgia HOPE Scholarship and Move on When Ready (MOWR) dual enrollment opportunities to qualified students. For more information, click on the approved dual enrollment courses below and contact our office to speak to a member of our team.
GA Department of Education MOWR Program Name
Howard Scholars Academy
School Code: 110090View Georgia Approved Dual Enrollment Course Now
We focus on helping each student develop successful test taking skills and strategies yielding success rates for local school benchmarks and county mandated assessments, state mandated graduation assessments, and college admission tests (ACT).