American Schools of Angola is proud to work with Calvert Academy to provide a world class curriculum to students. One important and unique benefit about the Calvert opportunities is its CAPathways program which provides guaranteed acceptance into at least one of our partnering universities upon completion of the ASA graduation requirements.
Note: our US high school diploma is recognized and prized worldwide. Students can apply to any university of their choice.
In 1896, four Baltimore families organized a school for their children and in 1897 opened the first Calvert school. Virgil M. Hillyer, a Harvard graduate, was named the first Head Master. Hillyer would go on to gain a national and international reputation as an innovator in primary and elementary education, an author of children's books, and the founder of Calvert's Home Instruction Department in 1906. Since 1906 over 600,000 students have benefited from a Calvert education and gone on to successful educational and career accomplishments. The legacy of this brilliant educator, updated to today's standards, is now available to capable students around the world.
The CAP hallmark is that throughout their rich history it has always produced scholars to step up to the challenges of the day and make a difference. By adapting quickly to understand today's needs but never waivering from the highest academic demands Calvert can provide US university acceptance upon successful completion of the CAP Pathways Program.
Our Calvert Academy High School Diploma is recognized by colleges and universities worldwide.
Participating in the Calvert Academy Pathways gives students the skills they need to be successful in an English-based college or university. The CAP program offers other benefits also:
(list subject to change)
Each of the following used the Calvert curriculum as part of their educational journey: