ANCS High School
Accreditation and Academics Overview
ANCS High School is accredited by Cognia™ and offers a rigorous, flexible, standards-based curriculum that will challenge each young man and woman individually.
Core classes for high school credit at ANCS are taught in small classes by All Nations faculty who are highly experienced in their area of specialization. 100% of ANCS core faculty have advanced degrees (Masters/PhD) in their field, some of whom also have experience teaching at the college level.
Qualifying eighth grade students also have the opportunity to earn early high school credits.
As we are a globally-minded school with an emphasis on cultural awareness and bilingualism, students at ANCS also study Spanish as part of their core coursework, and are placed into leveled courses to pursue their maximum potential in developing biliteracy.
All Nations High School offers Drone & FAA Aviation, along with Robotics
We are an approved campus through College Board to offer AP coursework, as well as administer the PSAT and SAT directly on our campus. For 2023-24, qualified students may take AP Computer Science and/or AP Pre-Calculus at ANCS, with additional AP courses to follow in subsequent years.
Dual Credit through Lone Star
ANCS has a partnership with Lone Star College - Montgomery to offer Dual Credit coursework. Qualifying students will have the option to enroll in Dual Credit Courses online as well as in-person courses at Lone Star College. Elective credits may be fulfilled with a variety of options, depending on the students' individual interests.
Extracurriculars and Electives
All Nations students may fulfill elective requirements for graduation through a variety of programs on campus, with the option to fill additional elective credits off campus if they choose. On-campus elective options include courses such as Speech and Debate, Drones, Robotics, AP Computer Science, Art, and Beginning or Intermediate Band. In addition, HS students have the opportunity to participate in after-school extracurriculars such as Athletics and other activities.
Drones/FAA Aviation, STEM and VEX Robotics (VRC)
At ANCS, in addition to AP courses in STEM areas and other exciting coursework, we offer a two-year Drone Education and Entrepreneurship program through a partnership with Aha! Drone Education and grant funding from Rice University and ConocoPhillips' AMP! Innovators Grant. Successful students in the program become FAA certified pilots through qualifying exams, as well as learning the entrepreneurial skills involved in starting a drone photography/videography business.
1st annual Houston Area Youth Drone Competition, March 2023: 1st Place in Large Commercial Drones and 2nd in Programming
High School students at All Nations have the opportunity to try out for our Competitive VEX (VRC) Robotics teams in our award-winning after-school Robotics Program. Fall 2023 will be our first VRC competition, but our school has sent team to the VEX IQ World Championship every year for the past three years running for Elementary and Middle School. Our coaches are highly experienced in competitive robotics, so your student will be learning from the best in the North Houston area.
Among other resources, we have two 3D printers on campus and a wide variety of opportunities for students to develop creative thinking and pursue individualized interests in STEM fields. Our school has received numerous awards and recognition for innovative teaching practices and programming in STEM fields.
High School Base Tuition
Students choosing the Base Tuition option will have early release from campus after lunch three days per week. High School Base Tuition covers core coursework taught on campus by ANCS faculty:
English Language Arts
1 Elective Course
Base tuition does not cover:
Extended Day Option
High School students may choose to stay on campus for the full day (5 days) with our Extended Day Option for the regular, to work on additional online coursework in a structured school environment. Please contact us for more information.