The Western Australian International School System offers the Pennsylvania Curriculum licensed by the Greenville School District.
The Pennsylvania Curriculum is administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Education according to the PA Common Core State Standards, which are closely aligned with the National Common Core (about 85%), with a few adjustments made to better fit the needs of Pennsylvania students.
WASS students who meet the graduation requirements of the program will be awarded the American Baccalaureate degree by Greenville High School (Pennsylvania, USA) with a recognized qualification at all schools in the US, Australia, Canada and other English schools worldwide.
1. Group subjects
Fine Or Applied Arts
Students participating in the American Baccalaureate program must complete a minimum of 25 credits (from Year 9 to Year 12) in subjects with the following credit scores:
Science (total, minimum of 3.0 in each discipline*)
Fine or Applied Arts
Mathematics (total, minimum of 3.0 in each discipline*)
Students entering Year 10,11,12 will be evaluated based on the equivalent credits on the transcript. In particular, in each school year, students will participate in at least 6 subjects along with physical education. To enter Year 11 and Year 12, students must accumulate a minimum of 10.5 credits and 17.5 credits respectively.
3. About Greenville High School
Address: 9 Donation Rd, Greenville, PA 16125, Hoa Kỳ
Established since: 1810
Type: State school
Grade: 7 – 12
Students/Teacher Rate: 14-1
Number of Students: 684
Average SAT score: 1.710
Top universities attended by Greenville High school Graduates:
U.S. Air Force Academy
Carnegie Mellon University
Case Western Reserve University
Bang Ohio University
United States Military Academy
United States Naval Academy
Miami (FL) University
Notre Dame University
GHS, selected from 130,000 eligible schools across the United States, is the first and only school in Mercer County. It is one of four Pennsylvania schools awarded with the National Blue Ribbon School award in 2017.
The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program is a program of the US Department of State, established in 1982 under the management of President Ronald Reagan, helping the public recognize great American schools.