Socializing is Learning
Research shows that social and emotional learning is key to student success in school and life. At ASU Prep Digital we curate activities to help students grow both inside and outside the classroom. Activities are not only fun, but designed to build relationship skills, social awareness, self-management, self awareness and responsible decision making.
Socializing in an Online World
We’re busting the myth that online school means missing out on the social aspects of in-person learning. Our teachers, parents and students make social interaction and peer connection a priority and many students find it easier to make friends and get involved from the safety of our online classrooms.
Just a Few of Our Activities (subject to change)
Our news station, The Spark! publishes a weekly newscast under the direction of club sponsors.
Mix it Up Art Clubs (K–2 and 3–5)
No two pieces of art are the same. These gatherings foster and celebrate the unique approaches through fun projects.
STEAM (K–2 and 3–5)
Students participate in design challenges to nurture creativity and imagination during the engineering design process.
Skills with Coach
This PE club is for any student who wants to feel successful participating in a variety of physical activities, while learning about healthy choices.
Yoga K–2 and 3–5
In this popular club, students learn strategies for a healthy body and mind while stretching and moving.
We also have elementary clubs for students interested in peer tutoring and Spanish.
Middle School Clubs
This group is a safe, inclusive space for all of us. This student-led, advisor-facilitated group will create resources, engage in conversation, and advocate for change!
National Junior Honor Society
The National Junior Honor Society is committed to developing Scholarship, Leadership, Service, Character, and Citizenship.
This club will produce our middle school newscast and special broadcasts throughout the year.
This club’s goal is to create a tribe of like-minded individuals who want to improve their skills in photography, encourage each other in artistic expression, gain feedback on their work, and be inspired to reach their potential.
A love for animals and an interest in veterinary medicine bring students together for events and socializing.
We also have middle school clubs for students interested in gaming and math.
High School Clubs
Leaders foster community among peers by hosting events such as the K-12 Talent Show and Diversity Student Panels.
Forks Up Lounge
The social gathering spot for high school students, this is the place where students can meet up daily outside the classroom to share interests and lively conversation.
ASU Student Blog
Students in this club write and edit all the articles you see on the student blog page.
Here 4 U
H4U is in partnership with Home Base Initiative, an ASU student-led group that takes a research-based approach to educating, encouraging, and supporting adolescents in their social and emotional development.
Body Project Club
The Body Project is a body confidence program where students help others be kinder to themselves and their bodies, appreciate their bodies more, and support each other.
We also have high school clubs for students interested in gaming, science, books, architecture, Amnesty International, psychology, drama, writing, peer tutoring, diversity and inclusion, Mu Alpha Theta and National Honor Society.
We love our ASU Prep Digital families and try to get them involved where ever we can, both for education and for fun. Our families gather online for movie nights, guest speakers and interactive game time. They gather in person for pizza parties, club outings, community service, and special events.
Virtual field trips are cool, but we also gather classmates in-person at interesting locations to socialize and learn together. The schedule of events for the current school year is still up in the air due to COVID.
Our students are passionate about helping their communities. Students gather often to lend a hand to local non-profits. Past events have included food drives, bake sales, cleanups, marches, and fund-raising activities involving running, walking, cycling and dog walking.
Conversations & Celebrations
Whether it’s cultural holidays or important issues of the day, we gather together to share and discuss any chance we get. Student government and other clubs host these voluntary conversations and celebration events.