ASU Prep Keeps ASU in the Family

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For more than a decade, ASU Preparatory Academy has served K-12 learners as a conduit for young Sun Devils to receive a top tier college preparatory education—and in that time, Prep’s schools have grown and expanded their reach:

  • ASU Preparatory Academy now has three K-12 immersion campuses in the metro Phoenix area, and a high school in Casa Grande.
  • ASU Prep Digital has a digital K-12 school that supports student success within an interactive and enriching remote learning environment with flexible full- and part-time program options.
  • ASU Prep also supports hundreds of schools around the state to lift up communities in need and increase academic achievement for all learners.

The K-12 learning landscape has changed in response to the variables surrounding the pandemic. Many schools began to design new options to support learners in multiple modalities when we went into quarantine. ASU Prep was ready prior to the pandemic, and seamlessly shifted its immersion schools to virtual learning when needed, with no gaps in student learning.

ASU Prep high school students are encouraged to take ASU courses beginning their freshman year with the cost of two courses each semester covered by Prep. By the time they graduate, students can earn more than 24 ASU credits while simultaneously completing the requirements for their high school diplomas. Prep’s college-going culture is further enhanced by collaborations with the university’s academic colleges, where students explore deep pathways to their desired major or field of study.

“ASU faculty and staff receive priority for student enrollment in the case of a waitlist,” said Julie Young, Vice President and Managing Director of ASU Prep. “If your family is looking for a college preparatory K-12 option, I invite you to explore ASU Prep where K-12 students are already Sun Devils and on the path to ASU.”

To learn more about ASU Prep and schedule a time to talk or tour a campus, please call 844-692-3372 or visit https://asuprep.asu.edu/.

ASU Prep COVID Mitigation Procedures Update

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As of April 26, 2022

ASU Preparatory Academy is carefully monitoring the health and safety of our school communities during the COVID pandemic. ASU Prep is taking all measures to ensure that students can assemble in person and learn in the classroom setting.

Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan (ARP Act)

Please see below for the ASU Preparatory Academy plans, per campus, for a safe return to in-person instruction:

ASU Preparatory Academy will ensure continuity of services through coordination between classroom teachers and families on work to be done at home to prepare for their return to school. Classroom teachers will be provided with materials that can be done asynchronously. Student social, emotional and mental health needs will be addressed with support staff such as counselors and social workers. Social service resources available in our local communities will be provided to students and families and on our website at https://asuprep.asu.edu/families/family-resources. Staff have access to these resources as well along with access to our Employee Assistance Program, providing free and professional therapy to all benefits eligible employees who desire it.