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The academic focus for students in the elementary school program is to provide a rigorous curriculum in the areas of mathematics, English/language arts, science and social studies based on the Arizona College and Career Readiness Standards. In addition, students receive physical education, music, art, STEM, Spanish instruction and a comprehensive leadership and character-building program.
Students at our ASU Prep STEM Academy work at their individual developmental levels and learn based on the students’ needs in both math and reading. Students are also engaged in a variety of authentic project-based challenges that bring learning to life. Working with experts in the field, university faculty, family and community members develop solutions to the world’s challenges.
Whether it’s building a robot, creating a solar machine or developing solutions to save the earth's resources, ASU Prep students are working to solve real challenges and offering research-based alternatives. The K-8, STEM Academy prepares students to partner with ASU researchers to develop real-world solutions to solve issues and create a better world.
Students work in clusters of first and second, third and fourth, fifth and sixth and seventh and eighth grades with content area experts in grades 5-8. Clustering students for two years enables us to provide a greater degree of continuous academic growth on an individual student basis.
Students work on projects solving real-life problems and present their findings to their families and the community in a summative event at the end of each semester.
Students gain hands-on experience, which is helping to establish a strong STEM pipeline of future graduates and ultimately careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics through STEM laboratory coursework and through the use of the internationally recognized Cambridge Curriculum.
We prepare Arizona students for success with personalized attention in a university-embedded academic program that empowers them to complete college, compete globally and contribute to their communities. We invite you to contact us to learn how your child can achieve academic success!
Club Poly Aide
Club Poly Aide
SpEd Case Manager, 5-8
Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA)
Preschool Instructional Assistants
Caterina Wymer Danielle Wymer
Kindergarten Instructional Assistants
Stacey Housenga- Currently On Website Cynthia Laureano Rae Lynn Clark
1/2 Instructional Assistants
3/4 Instructional Assistants
5/6 Instructional Assistants
SPED Instructional Assistants
Reading Specialist Instructional Assistants
|July 1 – 25||Not in session|
|July 26 – 28||ILP Conferences|
|August 1||First Day for Students|
|September 4||Labor Day Holiday|
|September 27 – 29||ILP Conferences|
|October 2 – 6||Fall Break|
|October 9||No School Teacher PD|
|October 10||School Resumes|
|November 10||Veterans Day Holiday|
|November 22 – 24||Thanksgiving Holiday|
|December 25||Christmas Day|
|December 25 – 29||Winter Break|
|January 1||New Year’s Day|
|January 1 – 5||Winter Break|
|January 8||School Resumes|
|January 15||MLK Holiday|
|January 24 – 25||ILP Conferences|
|January 26||No School Teacher PD|
|February 19||Presidents’ Day|
|March 12 – 16||Spring Break|
|March 19||School Resumes|
|April 25 – 27||ILP Conferences|
|May 28||Memorial Day|
|May 31||Last Day for Students|
For kindergarten through grade eight, the school uniform is a maroon polo top and khaki bottoms. For grades nine through twelve, the uniform is a maroon or white collared shirt and khaki or black uniform bottoms.
Fridays are ASU Fridays. Students may choose to wear a gold collared shirt in place of the regular uniform shirt. Bottoms remain the same.
Family partnerships help make critical contributions to student success. The purpose of our Family Involvement Program is to help families be active contributors to their child’s educational success; particularly assuring their child is prepared for success in college.
This program will apply to all registered families of ASU Preparatory Academy. The School and Family Liaison will track credits earned. Guiding points:
All students are expected to be in attendance every day school is in session. Regular attendance is essential for success in school; therefore, absences shall be excused only for necessary and important reasons. We do, however, realize that health and family take preference, but we ask families to plan activities on days and times other than when school is in session.
Our attendance policy is governed by ARS 15-803 – School attendance; exemptions; definitions:
When a student needs to be absent, we ask that parents call the attendance line before 8:15 a.m. each day the student is absent. State law mandates that the school record a reason for all student absences. This greatly reduces the need to call you at work or home to confirm the absence. The absence will be unexcused if no reason is given. When calling, please leave the child’s name (with spelling), date of absence, grade level, reason for absence and a telephone number where you can be reached in case we have questions. Federal law requires that we make every attempt to contact parents on the day the student is absent.
6950 E Williams Field Rd.
Mesa, AZ 85212
7:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
8:15 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.