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In partnership with the Tempe Union High School District, ASU Prep Tempe opened in the fall of 2017 on the Compadre Academy campus.
ASU Prep Tempe high school students will:
learn in a college preparatory environment on a self-paced schedule.
become leaders in and contributors to their community, our nation and the world.
explore college majors and career disciplines through apprenticeships with field experts.
have the opportunity to take ASU courses.
study the internationally acclaimed Cambridge Curriculum, preparing students to enroll in university classes as early as their junior year in high school.
benefit from small class sizes and personalized learning.
receive a personal laptop for coursework that they can take home during the school year.
In a blended learning environment, students at ASU Prep:
use technology to access curriculum, solve problems and undertake challenges
work collaboratively on solutions to local global community issues
and participate in service programs.
Through research projects, students develop an understanding of the broader community and how they can make an impact.
Open houses and tours can also be scheduled by appointment.
To schedule, please email email@example.com
or call 602-708-0631.
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Now accepting applications for enrollment
ASU Prep is accepting applications for the 2018-19 school year. Open Enrollment is ongoing, and prospective students will be registered on a first-come, first-served basis until capacity is met. To enroll your high school student in ASU Preparatory Academy Tempe, please attend an information session or visit our campus during school hours.
Director of Secondary Learning
Learning Success Coach
This course will provide an opportunity for students to observe and gain hands-on experience in an academic setting while establishing a well-defined connection between education and employment. Students are selected for an ASU Academic Apprenticeship based on an application process that includes school attendance and behavior, grade point average (3.0 minimum), letter of recommendation by faculty, and a personal statement.
School service apprenticeship provides service opportunities at the local school and is supervised by staff at ASU Prep. Examples include internships in sports management, peer mentoring and technology.
Business Community Outreach Apprenticeships teach students career and industry needs and expectations for various organizations in the local community. Examples include internships at
MAT 110 - Enhanced Freshman Mathematics
MAT 117 - College Algebra
AST 111 - Introduction to Solar Systems Astronomy
ASOC 101 - Introductory Sociology
PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology
BIO 130 - Introduction to Environmental Science
*TEL 111 - Child Development
Students at ASU Preparatory Academy High Schools are required to have a capstone project every year throughout their high school experience. Capstone is an in-depth learning experience, similar to a college thesis, that culminates with a year-end presentation. The capstone experience allows students to expand their thinking, delve more deeply into a concept and work with others who share their interests.
At ASU Preparatory Academy, students study the pillars of
to develop their yearly capstone presentations. A capstone advisor works with a single cohort of students to facilitate student learning and assist students in the development of a portfolio that will span their entire high school academic growth.
Each capstone begins with shared study under the supervision of the capstone advisor. Students use technologies which will support their research, their connections to others, and their proficiency in future workplace settings.
ASU Prep students present their work at the end of each semester to their peers, advisors and an invited panel of distinguished guests.
Obesity solutions - working with families and students to make healthy meal and lifestyle choices
Arts and education imagination station - high school students working with 1st - 5th grade students on art projects
Poverty and inequality
Substance abuse on college campuses
Saving the bullied - bullying prevention
Working with homeless and elderly
Teen help hotline
Office hours: 7:30 a.m.–3:45 p.m.
Instructional hours: 8 a.m.–3:35 p.m.