Phoenix Elementary

Average Teacher Salaries 2019-20

(A.R.S.15-903.E amended by Laws 2018, Ch 285, 10)

 

ASU Preparatory Academy Casa Grande (High School)

  • Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2020 (budget year): $58,371
  • Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2019 (prior year): $55,135
  • Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year: $3,236
  • Percentage increase: 5.9%

 

ASU Preparatory Academy Digital (High School)

ASU Prep Back to School Nights and Supply Lists

Our 2019-20 school year is quickly approaching, so we rounded up our campus' lists of back-to-school events like orientations and meet the teacher nights - plus the recommended supply lists! We will update this page as new information is provided, so please check back often. If you're not sure when your campus is going back to school - take a look at your campus calendars located here.

ASU Prep Phoenix

First Day of School 2019

Back to school season at ASU Preparatory Academy is coming soon! We look forward to another school year with our Sun Devils back on campus. If you're not sure what the schedule is for your campus, please see below.

ASU Prep CTDS Numbers for an AZ Tax Credit

New this year, concerning tax credit donations, is the need for our school’s CTDS number to be provided on the donor’s tax forms in order to claim their donation toward a tax credit. Per Arizona's guidelines:

Average Teacher Salaries 2018-19

(A.R.S.15-903.E amended by Laws 2018, Ch 285, 10)

  • Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2019 (budget year): $52,735
  • Average salary of all teachers employed in FY 2018 (prior year): $46,921
  • Increase in average teacher salary from the prior year: $5,814
  • Percentage increase: 12%

Dr. Anna Battle Joins the ASU Prep Family

Please help us in welcoming Dr. Anna Battle as the new Chief Leadership Development Officer for ASU Preparatory Academy. Dr. Battle will manage the leadership development program for faculty and staff across the organization and will supervise our school site directors. She brings a wealth of leadership and school administrator knowledge from her 32 years as an educator, and we are lucky to have her join the ASU Prep family.

Letter to Families: Red for Ed Teacher Walkouts

Dear ASU Prep families,

Thank you for your ongoing patience and understanding regarding the important events related to the statewide walkout for education here in Arizona.

We appreciate your support and are happy to return to our regular routines!  

Again, thank you for your patience and support as we all work together in the best interest of all of our students, families, and staff.

Sincerely,
ASU Prep Leadership

Phoenix Collegiate Academy is joining the ASU Preparatory Academy family in 2018!

Just announced: Phoenix Collegiate Academy (PCA) is merging with ASU Preparatory Academy to become ASU Prep South Phoenix-PCA, effective July 1, 2018. The school will continue to serve students in grades PreK-12 in existing PCA facilities. Through this merger, ASU Prep South Phoenix-PCA will provide more students with a college preparatory experience that demonstrates all students, regardless of their backgrounds, can achieve college success.

ASU Prep is Now Enrolling

ASU Preparatory Academy is now in open enrollment season for the 2018-19 school year. Some but not all of our campuses have a waitlist. If there is more interest than seats available per grade, we will host a lottery. If you are a new family interested in enrolling at one of our schools, please click the campus link below to fill out an interest form. Families interested in enrolling at our ASU Prep Digital high school should click here.

ASU Prep Tempe

Please Join our ASU Prep Tax Credit Campaign

Did you know that when Arizona residents donate to ASU Preparatory Academy, they can receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit (up to $200/single or $400/married filing jointly?) Tax credit donations benefit our students by allowing us to purchase materials needed for after school clubs, arts and culture, field experiences, athletics and other important necessities.

Last year, tax credit donations allowed us to:

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