Number of Students
Free and Reduced Lunch
Students with Access to High Speed Broadband
K-12 Students with Access to a Personal School-provided Device (1:1)
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Providing choice of college credit: Given their connection to ASU, ASU Preparatory Academies offer a variety of ways in which students can earn college credit. One unique offering is the Universal Learner Courses, which are structured in such a way that students can “try before they buy.” This levels the playing field for students who may not yet be ready to engage in a full-time ASU course or be resistant to the high-stakes testing required for AP courses.
Offering flexible course content: Course content is 100 percent flexible for teachers. A teacher can add or rearrange content to meet student needs. Paired with their intelligent tutor system, this flexibility allows for deep personalized learning and enables equity and access for all students to achieve their personal best because the content is adapted to meet their individual needs.
Learning Success Coaches: Students in ASU Prep programs benefit from a Learning Success Coach. Learning Success Coaches (LSCs) play several roles, including school counselor, academic advisor, college and career advisor, emotional support counselor, and academic coach. The LSC monitors student progress daily, acting as a liaison between instructional staff and families. They call, text, or meet in Zoom with students to set goals and develop work plans to ensure success in courses. The LSC provides a holistic perspective of the student’s overall course load. They support learners with course planning, college applications, goal planning, working through emotional struggles, and more to ensure excellent outcomes for all students.