American National College History


 American National College was incorporated as a proprietary school in July 1986. The school held its first classes on September 2, 1986 and has grown from approximately 4,000 square feet in 1986 to over 18,000 square feet today. Iverson Institute of Court Reporting Inc. was sold to International Business School Inc. doing business as Iverson Business School in August 2000. In February of 2003, Silicon Valley Inc. purchased Iverson Business School and in 2012 changed the name to American National College. American National College was then sold to American National Education LLC, who owns the college today. The campus of the college currently occupies an 18,000 square feet facility located at 5522 New Peachtree Rd. Chamblee, Georgia. The campus has more visibility and access to public transportation and is located in close proximity to Interstate 85 and 285 with visibility and access to public transportation. This is along Atlanta's growing North East perimeter. 

Campus Location and Equipment

The Campus of American National College occupies 18,000 square feet of space conveniently located off three major highways in North Atlanta. The facilities consist of large, bright classrooms. There is ample free parking on the premises. Included in the amenities at the college campus are facilities for the handicapped. These consist of entrance ramps, drinking fountain and restrooms. The campus is located near excellent shopping, restaurants and reasonably priced apartments, should students desire housing accommodations near the college.