ASU Prep Digital
Having Mr. Jaegar as a US History teacher was very encouraging and I learned a lot. He made history come alive and a lot of fun to learn.
God, My Awesome Parents, Paris, Evan, Tyler, My Hawaii Family, My Grandparents, and My Friends. ALOHA!
Getting to see other students and some of my own teachers in person at meet and greets.
I thank my teachers for all being adaptable to students needs.
The weekly book club meetings.
I’d like to thank my teachers, LSC, family, and friends for helping me be successful.
Overall, just getting to know my friends at my school and developing a community through clubs and hanging out despite not being at a physical location.
My LSC, Ms. Huang, for putting up with my constant questions and last-minute rushes to finish all my classes; my family, for motivating me to work as hard as I can (and for enabling my crazy schedules when the situation required); and my friends, for keeping me sane with conversations and games amidst my busy schedule.
My favorite memory of ASU Prep Digital was having the opportunity to meet fellow students during AZ Merit testing.
I’d like to thank my friends, family, and peers for the continuous support. I’d also like to thank my LSC, Michelle Conner, for always being so supportive throughout my courses and offering help wherever she could.
Pushing myself to complete things even though some where harder than others.
Karen Sanderson and Emily Hubbard; the kindest most helpful teacher and success coach I’ve ever met.
Art History was awesome
Mr. Waren Eallonardo for his assistance and compassion
Having wonderful helpful LSCs and meeting a friend that instill have around a year later
Aura Plair and Karen Sanderson and each teacher I had over the course of my enrollment. I wish I could call everyone out personally. My favorite teachers were probably Mrs. Hubbard, Mr. Eallonardo, and Mr. Jaeger. Mrs. Hubbard was such a joy to talk to and work with. Mr. Jaeger told me he really believes that I could have a future as a writer and was always so kind and helpful. Mr. Eallonardo taught my favorite core subject and I thoroughly enjoyed both his presence and his class. It is very likely that he helped me to become a better writer, as did Mr. Jaeger. Thank you to all of my wonderful teachers though. For the first time at a school I can honestly say I didn’t dislike a single one of my teachers in the slightest.
Hanging out with my friends
I would like to thank my Mom and my brother, for always being there for me no matter what.
I got to go to different events with ASU Prep Digital, but I loved the student panel we did. I got to connect with others and see how much the leadership team put the students first in everything.
Mrs. Huang, Mrs.Sanderson, Mrs.Fox (the entire leadership team from Mrs. Rogier, Mrs.Edgar, Mr.Kasper, Mrs.Fowler etc.) Of course my teachers they were in the trenches with me as much as I was. My literal support system
Working in student government to plan events and prom
Ms. Conner for always supporting me and helping me plan for college. Ms. Velez for always being supportive and kind
My favorite memory has to be the starting week course for new students. It’s full of video-chats with teachers, lessons, and fun assignments that let you know your LSC and peers! It even makes you learn a little more about yourself. I would say another favorite memory from ASU Prep was the New Student Orientation. When I attended, I met many staff members and peers, some of which I’m friends with to this day. It was a good experience and helped determine what I was in for at ASU Prep Digital.
I would 100% like to thank the staff of ASU Prep Digital due to their hard work and effort into creating a system that worked for everyone. In my first year at Prep Digital, we were working on a site that was very buggy, so we switched to Canvas with the help of staff. They’re always going out of their way to make sure students are comfortable and getting the most out of their learning experience. I would also like to thank my Learning Success Coach, Karen Sanderson. She was probably the most helpful person I’ve met while attending ASUPD. She was with me from day one, helping me through every turn. When I had to take a month off, due to a hospital stay, she was right there making sure I would still be able to graduate on time. And when I fell out of the swing of things, she was there offering Zoom calls every week to make sure I got back on track. She was very helpful and I appreciate her greatly!
Tutoring with Ms. Hernandez
I would like to thank Ms. Hernandez for spending hours tutoring me on PreCalc! And Ms. Ebert- I loved her Art History class.
Working together with friends and family on interview projects.
My learning coach, May Huang, and my teachers.
Having awesome teachers
Karen Sanderson, Ms. Carr, Ms Velez
Phoenix High School
having great teachers and friends
my family and friends
My favorite memory is having great teachers
All the teachers who have helped me
Scoring 3 touchdowns in one game
My parents, Coach Beard, Mrs. Vanley
My favorite memory was having a good football season this year
I would like to thank my twin brother, Daniel, my two siblings, Vera and Greg, my parents, and everyone who’s been a good factor in my life these past 4 years.
My friends: Chloe, Tyanna, Alex, Alex Ceballos, Jesuscitta, Marissa, Valeria, Harder
And everyone who loved me and was there for me when I needed them most.
The football season
Thanks to my family and especially my mom for the support
My football and baseball games and hanging out with friends. Also the volleyball and dodge ball tournament
My mom, my family, my grandma, my aunties, Mr. Melendez, and Mr. Jones.
Playing Basketball and Capstone
Mrs. McDowell and Mr. Jones
Being apart of student government for three years, and all the events that came with it!
I’d like to thank my family for always pushing me to be the best version of myself. I’d also like to thank my friends for making high school very memorable!
South Phoenix Intermediate High
The friends I made
All the birthday parties we had/plan. We would be all over the place trying to decorate & hide the stuff but everything ends up great. Everybody had a good time.
I would love to thank a few people… first things first I would like to thank Raphael, Ashlyn, & Christian for always being there for me & not giving up on me no matter what. Aaliyah, Hector, Erick, Alex, Johnny, Yostin, & Oscar for giving me the best senior year & for the good memories that I’ll never forget. Ms. Erickson & Coach, I thank both of you for believing in me & being there for me, I really appreciate it Last but definitely not least, I thank my parents so much they gave me everything, believing in me, & never giving up on me.
Poly STEM High School
Making bouncy balls in chemistry
My mom and dad
My favorite memory of ASU Prep is every sad and happy moment shared with peers and teachers who have impacted my life for the better.
I would like to thank my grandfather who passed away during this school year, for teaching me the value and importance of living life to the fullest, and who I dedicate my senior year to. Along with my family, friends, and school staff for allowing me to achieve my academic goals of graduating early this year!
My favorite memory from ASU Prep would have to be playing sports and meeting all the amazing people attending ASU Prep with me.
I would like to thank my family, my friends, and my teachers and coaches.
All the Physics Labs we did freshmen year, and all the friendships I have made.
My Mom and my Dad
My favorite memory is being on the basketball team.
My parents for helping me and keeping me on the right track.
My favorite memory is when my best friend, Maddie, made a basket for the other team in basketball.
Watching the audience from our soccer game during junior year. The audience was really supportive and a good environment to be in. It made playing soccer for the school ten times more better. Especially one game during junior year that I was in.
My family and friends
My favorite memory are all the times I spent with my friends.
Jesus, My parents, friends, and family
Being able to attend my junior prom with my entire group of friends.
My family and friends for being able to support me all these years
Personally, I have several memories, but if there’s one it’d be playing with my soccer teammates, even through all those trials it’s one of the best things that happened to me throughout high school. Also going to Mr. Nelson’s and Mr. Hessinger’s classrooms in the morning with my friends was amazing.
My family, teachers, friends, teammates, coaches, really everyone that has been with me through my high school experience.
Laughing along with my friends at jokes and funny moments.
My parents, my teachers, and my friends, both in and out of school.
One of my favorite memories from ASU Prep was the first day I went to my academic apprenticeship and being able to get the opportunity to experience my career of being a teacher. Another memory from ASU Prep is meeting all my amazing teachers and friends I have today!
I’d like to thank my family, friends, and the faculty at ASU Prep who helped me get to where I am at today. To my former teachers, thank you for your encouragement to help me to achieve my success and diploma. A special thank you to my parents, who cheered me on throughout my school years. And last but not least, thank you to my former classmates who encouraged me and made the years go by so fast. If I could, I would redo my high school years over again because the faculty and my classmates made it so exciting.
My favorite memory from ASU Prep was the Key Club Luau. It was my first time emceeing at an event and it was so much fun to get my friends hyped up!
My parents, my friends, and my counselors, Ms. Anaya and Ms. Seifert
The friends I made, and the teachers I got to know.
My mom, my dad, my two grandmas, my aunt, sister Sophia, my good neighbors, my school counselors Mrs. Anaya and Mrs. Seifert, my current and former high school teachers (in no particular order) including Mrs. Nelson, Mr. Nelson, Mr Ruiz, Mr. Quinn, Mr. Richardson, Mrs. McKeon, Mr Hermes, Mr Barnes, Mrs. Moyer, Mr Pike, Mr Clay, Mrs. Lessard, Mr Scolaro, Mrs. Vogel, Mrs. Flack, Mrs. Meyer, Mr Weakley, Mr McKinney, Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. Smith, all my friends and classmates, and all the teachers from the Polytechnic middle, and elementary school.
My favorite memory from ASU Prep was our senior year basketball season.
Hessinger, Mom, Coach Barry, Coach Weakley, Coach McKinney.
My experiences in Golf
Teachers like Mr. Pike
Parents, Moyer, Scolaro, counselors
Future Sun Devil Day
All the teachers, family, and friends.
My favorite memory from ASU Prep was playing our last co-ed soccer game at home before going to playoffs. By the end of the game the sun is setting and it is so pretty and that night we had won our game and we were so excited to be moving to playoffs and going to state. Playing with my team was amazing and I learned so much from all of them.
I would like to thank my family, friends, and coach for always believing in me and supporting all of my dreams.
My favorite memory is from junior year when me and 5 other friends had free time because we did not have to take AZ Merit testing and decided to play Ultimate Spoons. Basically we played the game like normal but at the end instead of picking up a spoon that was in front of you we had someone hide the spoons all over the room. This lead to an hour of me and my friends running around and laughing like idiots.
I of course want to thank my family, friends and teachers. Without them I would not be graduating this year. All their love and support has been my motivation all these years and they are the reason I want to continue learning and growing as an individual.
My acquaintances and work
Ms. Marble, Mr. Quinn
One of my favorite memories from ASU Prep is performing at our school’s variety show with my friends. I had so much fun and that performance will always stick with me. It is also the reason why we started our dance group. Another “memory” I love was getting to see my peers everyday, it made school more enjoyable.
I’d like to thank my parents, siblings, dogs, friends, and teachers for always being by my side and helping me get through high school.
My favorite memory is when our English teacher Mrs. Flack, took us to the abandoned pool next to the school before they tore it down for construction. We had to write a descriptive paper about it and it was really spooky. There were just things like that before the new building that only the upper-classmen remember.
Thank you to my parents and my sisters for always having my back and pushing me to be the best person I could possibly be. Thank you to my teachers because I couldn’t have imagined better people to educate and support me. I feel very lucky. Thank you to Miss Amy, Dustin, Heidi, and admin in the office for keeping everything running smoothly and for letting me hide in the front office. Thank you to Mrs. Seifert especially. You were always there for me and you are my #1 mentor.
One of many favorite memories is being in Mr. Pike’s class reading the King Henry plays and Cyrano De Bergerac/Twelfth Night. Ok, pretty much any of the plays in that class, that’s where I really learned to appreciate the work behind various pieces of literature (ended up being a huge inspiration for film study as well).
My mother for being unstoppable, Mr. Pike for quite possibly being the best teacher I have ever had, Mr. Scolaro for always making me smile and talking about nerdy stuff, Ms. Marino for always being available to help, Mrs. Ebert for allowing me to express my many rants on the various complexities of art movements. All of my friends for being there for me and keeping each other relatively sane. As well as the entire ASU Prep staff and students for being overall amazing people–oh, and shout out to Dustin for always keeping it cool with the students.
My favorite memory at ASU Prep is making finals at Winter Guard International’s Phoenix Regional my junior year. The 2018-2019 colorguard season was, in my opinion, the best our guard has ever had and I am so glad to have been a part of the it.
I would like to thank my friends, family, and colorguard for all of their love and support as well as the incredible teachers I have had along the way. As an aspiring teacher, I understand how committed my teachers have been to my education and am excited to give that experience to the next generation of students.
meeting my friends
my mom and teachers
My favorite memories from ASU Prep are when I was messing around and having fun with my teammates from cheer and color guard.
I’d like to thank my parents, brother, grandparents, great-grandma, and my aunt for always helping and supporting me in everything I do. I’d also like to thank my friends and my teammates for always being there for me. I love you all!
My favorite memory from ASU Prep is when two of my friends sang and danced to “Coincidance” during our NHS Holiday Karaoke Night.
I’d like to thank my friends, family, dogs, and coaches for supporting me throughout my high school experience.
Setting the CAA State Record for the Boys 200 Freestyle Relay in 2019.
My parents, Sarah and Josh Owens.
My family. My teachers, who really shaped the person who I am today. My friends and coworkers, who have been my support group for as long as I’ve known them.
My favorite memory was all of the club events I went to because I got to hang out with my friends and have fun at school.
I would like to thank all of the teachers who have taught me over these four years, all of the friends I have made along the way, and all of the staff members who have made my time here so memorable.
When I went to San Diego with my cheer team to perform in the Holiday Bowl.
My family, friends, teachers, and coaches.
I got to make good friendships over the years and watch myself grow as a person over the years.
I’d like thank myself for not giving up and believing in myself to keep pushing forward. Also, I would like to thank my parents for giving me support throughout my time in high school.
Making a friend
My family, all of my teachers and counselors.
ASU Prep Casa Grande High School
My favorite memory at ASU was the award ceremony because I got to see how hard I really worked in all my classes. The award ceremony made me motivated to work hard for an award.
All the teachers at ASU Prep for helping me get through my junior and senior years. Everyone at ASU Prep was understanding of my situation and was always willing to help me with my education. It’s important to surround yourself with people who want to see you succeed, and ASU Prep did that for me.
Jon Kuwano winking at me with his sunglasses.
My teachers and my friends for helping us graduate.
Meeting new friends that would always be down to go get food with me.
I’d like to thank Dr. Mark for always believing in me! He taught me to always keep a positive attitude no matter the situation.
Going to a VEX Robotics Tournament. The event was a good way for me to go out and have fun.
My Family and Friends
The people and the soccer.
All the teachers and students.
Having fun during classes.
I’d like to thank Mr. Whipple, Ms. Ramirez, Ms. Douglas and Ms. Coronado, these teachers have helped me a lot in my development as a student.
Meeting the boys
My teachers, my friends and my family
My favorite memory at ASU Prep was working together with my friends/teammates.
I’d like to thank all the Teachers, Staff, and Coaches at Barça Residency Academy for teaching us how to become better people on and off the pitch.
The friends that I made
Mr Whipple, Ms Douglas, Ms Ramirez: Thank you guys for always being there for me
My favorite memory from ASU Prep was getting to meet new friends.
My parents: Curt Sheaffer and Luanne Sheaffer along with my brother Clark Sheaffer
My favorite memory at ASU Prep were the dances and school activities that were hosted for us as a community to enjoy and attend.
I would like to thank my parents, my family, my friends, my teammates, my teachers and my coaches. Each have impacted, helped, and guided me through my journey and I can’t be more grateful for them. Thank you
Laughing every day of freshman and sophomore year.
My parents, for sticking by me until the end and supporting me through everything I have gone through over these past four years. I also want to thank my sister for making me laugh when times were tough in school, and she didn’t even know it made my day. I want to thank my grandma for always offering me help when I was struggling in school, and being there for my sister and I nonstop. I want to thank the teachers that made me who I am today, and the skills you have provided me for the future.
Favorite memory from ASU Prep is being able to watch the MLS friendly game during school.
To my Family and Friends especially my parents, it means the World to me to have you here. Thank You for your support, love and encouragement. I couldn’t have done it without you! You are the most favorite people in the world.
Meeting new people and learning a new way from traditional high school
God, My family, My Barça family, and all the teachers I had the pleasure of learning from (including online teachers)
I loved seeing all the graduated players pictures on the walls when I first went into the school.
All of my teachers, Mrs Grant, and my family.
Chillin’ with the boys and making some memories with life-long friends.
Building a second family with Barça Academy.
I’d like to thank Jesus Christ for getting me here. My parents for letting me leave the house 2 years early and letting me chase my dreams. My teachers for inspiring me to achieve my goals.
Building a second family with Barca Academy.
I’d like to thank Jesus Christ for getting me here. My parents for letting me leave the house 2 years early and letting me chase my dreams. My teachers for inspiring me to achieve my goals.
Dr. Mark and Mrs. Ramirez
Some of my favorite memories from ASU Prep are Dr. Mark’s Capstone class parties. We had pizza parties, cultural food parties, and ice cream parties for milestones and spirit stick wins.
I’d like to thank my parents for their unwavering love and support, my family for their constant encouragement, my teachers and the staff at ASU Prep that I’ve had the pleasure of learning from, and my friends who filled my high school experience with unforgettable memories.
My favorite memory from ASU Prep is when we had Capstone, we would have assemblies where the classes would compete against each other in games in order to win the Sparky stick. It was cool to see everyone get competitive and have fun at the same time.
I would like to thank my teachers for helping me through my high school years, as well as my parents and cheer coaches. I would not be the person I am today without them.
My favorite memory from ASU Prep was hanging out with my friends during outside school activities.
I’d like to thank my family, friends, and my teachers for helping and supporting me throughout high school.