AHA International School


City: Greensboro, NC

Year Founded: 2001

Campus Size: 100 Acres

Grades Offered: 9th-12th

Percent Boarders: 75%

Average Class Size: 12

Gender: Co-Ed

Diversity: 23 States & 38 Countries represented

AHA International Academy (“AHA”) is an elite college preparatory boarding school located in the United States, dedicated to student success and achievement through global diversity, academic excellence, the arts, athletics, a strong commitment to community and experiential learning opportunities. Students at AHA are destined for academic achievement and future careers with the cultural knowledge necessary to advance oneself and others in an interdependent world.


Known formerly for the past 19 years as American Hebrew Academy, AHA International School is now open to all students from across the globe. AHA offers a rigorous academic program combined with a curriculum that encompasses advanced college credits, pre-professional training and preparation for admission to elite colleges and universities. As a co-ed school AHA welcomes a globally diverse student body of all backgrounds from the local community, across the United States and around the world.


AHA is situated on a stunning 100-acre lakefront campus in Greensboro, North Carolina with state-of-the-art facilities and a unique classroom environment that fosters the Socratic teaching methodology. Class sizes are limited to approximately 12 students. AHA is nationally accredited, A.P. certified and provides early college courses through five local university partnerships. Graduates are regularly admitted to prestigious colleges in the United States and around the world. AHA offers specialized programs (ESOL) in English language for international students and complete preparation and support for admission to U.S. universities. Students age 14-19 may study at AHA from one semester up to four years. A post high school "gap" year program is also available for students who have completed high school and wish to further their academic preparation and earn college credits prior to entering university.

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