School Student Profile

The American High School (AHS) students are:

  • Able to work collaboratively with others in a variety of settings
  • Able to perform successfully on the appropriate academic level
  • Able to complete a school day without a major behavioral or emotional interruption
  • Able to communicate feelings and needs to others
  • Able to perform work with energy and drive, value planning, and take quick and decisive action when an opportunity presents itself.
  • Able to generate many new and unique ideas and to make connections among previously unrelated notions
  • Able to be intelligent and capable, deal with concepts and complexity comfortably, and are good at learning and deciphering new knowledge and able to assimilate new skills independently.
  • Able to learn quickly when facing new problems, analyze both successes and failures for clues to improvement, and enjoy the challenge of unfamiliar tasks.
  • Able to practice attentive and active listening, have the patience to hear people out, and accurately restate the opinions of others even when he or she disagrees.
  • Able to personally commit to and actively work to continuously improve himself or herself, recognize the need to change personal, interpersonal, and managerial behavior, and actively listen to feedback.
  • Able to set clear, realistic, and measurable goals, set priorities and time parameters to accomplish tasks and projects, and anticipate roadblocks and develops contingencies to redirect tasks so momentum is not lost.