ASU Prep Digital

The Concurrent Enrollment Experience

High school has evolved since the days of our parents. We no longer have to follow the same track. Our schooling isn’t limited by old notions that high school means following a traditional curriculum. In fact, many students are discovering that they can get a head start on college by taking concurrent enrollment classes while still in high school.

01.11.2018 - Stefanie Contreras

A Day in The Life of an ASU Prep Digital Student

So you’re thinking about enrolling in college classes online, as a high school student? You may have questions about how this new process will work within your current reality. What can you expect your day to look like as a part-time and full-time ASU Prep Digital student?

01.02.2018 - ASU Prep Digital

Own It!

One of the most crucial decisions you’ll make when starting your college career is quite literally, where to start. This can be incredibly overwhelming for high school students, trying to pick from hundreds of college majors and thousands of potential careers.

01.01.2018 - ASU Prep Digital

Our Teaching Model

One of the biggest fears people have when considering an online education is that “students are all alone.” And we hear you. It’s true that 100% of coursework is online and it can be done from virtually anywhere, but despite the persistence of the myth… you’re certainly not on your own.

01.01.2018 - ASU Prep Digital

What is Personalized Learning?

When you hear the term “personalized learning,” most people’s minds conjure images of 1:1 classrooms or customized lesson plans, not online education.

01.01.2018 - ASU Prep Digital

What is me3?

Most students have no idea where to start when the time comes to choose their college major or future career path. That’s where me3® steps in. The me3 application is an online interactive major and career quiz that helps students identify a potential major, and possible career, based on their personal interests.

12.28.2017 - ASU Prep Digital

Take The Stress Out of Freshman Year With Concurrent Enrollment

For most students, the transition from high school to college can be a scary one. And who can blame them: going to college means adopting a brand-new, independent lifestyle—one with a much heavier workload than many high schoolers are used to.

12.22.2017 - Jamie Moran