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Why Are Half of Arizona High School Graduates Not Attending College?

Every year, the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) releases a report on college enrollment and completion based on current enrollment data. In 2017, Arizona had a total of 71,337 students graduate from its public high schools. However, nearly half of them, 33,812, did not go on to enroll in a two or four-year college.   Every student deserves the chance to attend college and realize their dreams despite their socioeconomic status. Not only do college educated individuals contribute more to society by voting in elections and volunteering in their communities,...
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Course Review: BioBeyond

If we told you that you could take a trip to Mars or journey into a cell, would you believe us? You should, because it’s all possible through an innovative course called BioBeyond. BioBeyond is an introductory biology course offered through ASU and ASU Online as part of their BIO...
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College Enrollment Rate for Arizona High School Students Remains Static

The Arizona Board of Regents conducted a report examining college enrollment in 2010-11 and 2016-17. Based on the research, only 52.6% of Arizona high school students enrolled in college in 2017, which means the rate remained static for four years. It’s important to address this issue now because an estimated...
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High School Graduates Earn 48% of College Graduate Average Wages

Each year, the Arizona Board of Regents produces a report on wages earned by graduates within the Arizona university system. These universities include Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona. According to the report, high school graduates are earning 48% of college graduate average wages. Specifically, a...
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Course Spotlight: Guitar Class with Warren Eallonardo

When putting your schedule together for the semester, you probably have courses like English, chemistry, algebra, and world history at the top of your mind. But have you ever considered adding a little music to your day? Here at ASU Prep Digital, students can sign up for a guitar class...
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ASU Prep Students Debunk Common Moon Misconceptions

This past summer, ASU Preparatory Academy was selected by NASA eClips and the ASU Center for Education Through eXploration (ETX Center) to debunk common moon misconceptions. Six ASU Prep students were assembled and divided into two teams to complete the project. The project allowed students to meet up both in...
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How Can Online High School Benefit Students Who Suffer From Anxiety?

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 25.1% of children between the ages of 13 and 18 are affected by anxiety disorders. Even more alarming, 50% of all cases of mental illness, including anxiety, begin by age 14—right when teenagers are entering and navigating their high school years....
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