At WAY American School, our students engage with the best that American education has to offer. Students participate in project-based English and Social Studies courses that are aligned to national and state standards.
Our curriculum is designed on an online platform, HERO, which delivers the curriculum, grading, and collaboration space.
Projects are designed by certified teachers, using a project-based learning approach. WAY American School teachers and community members work together to connect projects to students needs, interests, and community.
NCAA Approved Courses
For college-bound student athletes preparing to enroll in a Division I or Division II school, WAY American School Online offers many NCAA-approved core high school courses. Students will work closely with their mentor to choose the appropriate courses.
In this project, students compare 3 different cell phone plans and determine which one is the best for themselves and community members.
In the process, students learn about functions and how to represent them verbally, graphically, algebraically, and in tables.
Dream An Invention
In this project, students identify a problem in the world that they would like to fix. Students create a solution to this problem by using the design thinking process to build an invention.
In the process, students create a business proposal for their invention in hope to secure an investor and submit a patent for it.
In this project, students create an instructional video to teach other students a technology skill. Their video is hosted in the online support area for other students to use.
In the process, students learn how to use technology tools, organize knowledge, and present content to an audience.
Protect The Strays
In this project, students will take on the role as an owner of a company that creates warming packs. This company has been approached by the ASPCA who are looking to hire students to create warming packs for their winter shelter bins. The shelter bins are for their stray cats throughout the state of Michigan.
In the process, students learn about designing devices that use thermal energy and develop artistic ideas and work.
Earth & Space Science
Anatomy and Physiology
English Language Arts
US History & Geography
World History & Geography
Physical Education & Health
Visual & Performing Arts