Getting Started1. Motivation: ASL recognizes that intellectual ability alone does not necessarily make a good student. Interest andÂ motivation often may be the determining factors of a student’s performance. We encourage students to bring their special qualities to the school, such as leadership ability, diversity and non-academic talents. All these factors should be used to help the parent and student determine if ASL is the optimal setting for the student to learn. We are here to help you succeed!
2. Parent/Guardian Involvement: ASL believes that the learning environment for a student is most successful when there is a partnership among student, parents and school. Furthermore, the nature of ASL requires substantial parent involvement and supervision.
3. Diversity: ASL values diversity within the student body and staff. ASL does not discriminate in admissions, retention or academic program on the basis of gender, creed, age, race, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, color, national origin, religion, public assistance status or any other protected class status defined by local, state or federal law.
4. Registration materials:Applicants for full-time status may be admitted after completion of registration forms all other supporting documents, including prior school records and initial payment. Phone or face-to-face interviews may also be expected. Part-time applicants may be admitted upon completion of this application and initial payment.