For families considering a new approach to learning for the 2023-24 school year, there’s still time to explore options that help students prepare for college, careers and life. Admission teams at ASU Preparatory Academy are hosting virtual information sessions to offer families a closer look at the ASU Prep network, which encompasses 11 in-person campuses and one online, plus specialized programs including Khan World School and Microschools that blend in-person and online learning formats.
Unique teaching models at ASU Prep support K-12 students based on how they learn best – whether online, in-person or a hybrid experience – using the latest technologies and layers of personalized instruction and coaching. During the information sessions, students and parents will have a chance to ask questions and learn about ASU Prep’s curriculum, social and enrichment opportunities.
Families interested in online learning through ASU Prep Digital can register to attend an online info session or view a pre-recorded session at www.asuprepdigital.org/info-sessions.
Registration for virtual sessions to learn more about the ASU Prep network is available at asuprep.org.
ASU Prep is chartered by Arizona State University and serves more than 7,000 students across its network. ASU Prep uses innovative approaches to curriculum to prepare all students for success in graduating from a university. Its mission is to design new models for educational success and raise academic achievement for all learners. ASU Preparatory Academy has schools in Phoenix, South Phoenix, Mesa and Casa Grande. In addition, ASU Prep Digital serves online students for grades K–12 in Arizona and around the world. For more information, visit: https://asuprep.asu.edu.