Poly STEM Academy

Poly STEM Academy and High School Receive STEM Certifications

The ASU Preparatory Academy Polytechnic campuses are celebrating their certifications as STEM schools by AdvancEd. AdvancED, the accrediting body, visited the K-8 STEM Academy campus as well as the high school campus to evaluate our teachers and their practices and to visit many of our students and their families. Following the evaluation process, ASU Prep was granted certification as a STEM school. 

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:

Join us at Future Sun Devil Family Day

Future Sun Devil Family Day opens the door to college. On Saturday, Sept. 16 at Arizona State University's Downtown Phoenix campus, middle and high school students and their parents can attend Future Sun Devil Family Day from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The ASU Preparatory Academy Charter

ASU Preparatory Academy was chartered to demonstrate that all students can achieve at the highest levels. If you visit any of our campuses in the Phoenix metro area, you will see a video playing in our lobbies that showcases what our schools are all about. If you haven't seen it yet, we encourage you to watch it here!

Solar Eclipse: What to do Aug. 21

On Monday, Aug. 21, 2017, the moon will pass in front of the sun and cast a shadow on all of North America, coast-to-coast, for the first time since 1918. Solar eclipses occur when the moon blocks any part of the sun and – weather permitting – the entire continent will see this once-in-a-lifetime eclipse. (The next total eclipse for United States observers is on April 8, 2024, visible only in the eastern half of the country.)

Arizona will see a 63% solar eclipse, starting at 9:14 a.m. and ending at 12 p.m. The max eclipse will take place at 10:34 a.m.

Teachers Return to Campus

This week, teachers have returned to campus to prepare for the new school year. They are meeting with the new faculty and staff joining our team this year, participating in professional development training, and preparing classrooms and curriculum for students' return. Part of the fun in getting set for a new school year means getting to know where everything is located on campus, especially the best selfie spots with Sparky! 

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