Code of Americanism

AHA believes in America’s greatness, goodness, and freedoms. AHA believes and supports Public Law 84-140 adopted July 30, 1956, known as the National Motto of the United States, and reaffirmed by Congress in 2003, as “In God We Trust.”

AHA was specifically formed to promote the teachings and opinions of the Founding Fathers. President John Adams said: “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” AHA encourages the teaching of morals and virtue as a support of our form of government. It encourages families to be actively involved in religious organizations of their choice.

The Declaration of Independence carries the central story and core belief of AHA. It teaches its students the same principle.

This is an American public school and American public schools were created to make better Americans. Therefore students at AHA will respect its flag, its pledge, and the National Anthem.

AHA teaches and believes that the United States Constitution is the greatest document of liberty ever written in the history of mankind. AHA is committed to defending the Constitution and its Principles.

AHA holds to American’s motto: e pluribus Unum – “from many, one.” Thus the only identity this academy will foster is American. AHA focuses on what makes America great and unified.

Learning has been a sacred endeavor from the beginning of this nation. The Academy will reflect the elevated status that institutions of learning must receive and will not tolerate behavior or action that is illegal or degrading. Students are expected to respect themselves, others and facilities.