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Local Learning Options

Love the flexibility of online school, but want a little more face-time with teachers and peers?

We have two unique programs that allow ASU Prep Digital high school students to spend time working with their peers in-person at an ASU college campus. They participate in guided workshops, hands-on activities, and real-world projects supported by a personalized learning advisor.

The rest of the week, they will work at home on their digital lessons, supported by a local Learning Success Coach. 

“This program has been a wonderful growing opportunity for her overall maturity and independence and provided significant academic and social development.”

Parent of 9th grade student

Teens

ASU Prep Local

Looking for a school home? Join one of our ASU Prep Local two-day programs and collaborate closely with your team all year.

  • Year-long hybrid program located at the ASU West campus and the ASU Media and Immersive eXperience (MIX) Center in Mesa
  • Available to all ASU Prep Digital 9th-12th grade students (12th grade exclusive to ASU Prep Local re-enrolled students)
  • ASU Prep Digital coursework is enhanced with in-person collaboration, discussion, and project-based learning in small-group settings
  • Students build community and interpersonal skills through face-to-face engagement
Cohort

ASU Prep Experience

Want to test out the in-person experience of a real college campus? Join one of our ASU Prep Experience one-day classes this semester.

  • Semester-long Honors Elective course (.5 credits)
  • Experiences will rotate between ASU campuses on a semester or yearly basis
  • Faculty-supported workshops that focus on real-world, project-based learning
  • Students connect and collaborate with ASU faculty to explore degree paths and career options

Local Learning Options

ASU Prep Local
ASU Prep Experience
Access
Available to full-time ASU Prep Digital high school students (9th-11th grade); 12th grade available for re-enrolled students
Available to full-time ASU Prep Digital high school students (9th-11th grade); 12th grade available for re-enrolled students
Approach
Guided workshops, hands-on activities, real-world projects
Guided workshops, hands-on activities, real-world projects
Community
Students build community and interpersonal skills through face-to-face engagement
Students build community and interpersonal skills through face-to-face engagement
Schedule
2 days per week in-person at an ASU college campus
1 day per week in-person at an ASU college campus
Program Structure
Year-long school program; 4 year high school program
Semester-long Honors Elective course (0.5 credits)
Student Cohort
1-2 Cohorts of 30 students at each location for four years
New cohort of 20 students are chosen each semester
Program Admission
Lottery
Application based on GPA etc.
Location
2 Locations: ASU West and ASU Media and Immersive eXperience (MIX) Center in Mesa
ASU Campus rotates each semester
University Integration
ASU Faculty provide the opportunity for in-depth exploration in specific content courses, majors and career paths
Students gain exposure to a variety of topic areas with different ASU colleges
Program Enhancement
ASU Prep Digital coursework is enhanced with in-person collaboration, discussion, and project-based learning in small-groups
Students connect and collaborate with ASU faculty to explore degree paths and career options
Academic Support
In addition to the ASU Prep Digital support systems, students receive individualized core-content assistance from a Personalized Learning Advisor
Students receive support through ASU Prep Digital systems (Learning Success Coaches, live lesson, discussion-based assessment, etc.)
Concurrent Enrollment
Students take an ASU course and earn concurrent credit toward a degree pathway
Optional access to university courses and credit based on location and program

“I especially love how it is grounded in the present while creating a really positive foundation for the future (attending university, navigating more advanced topics and school structure).”

Parent of 10th grade student

Local Learning Options Planned for School Year 2022-2023

ASU Prep Local @ West

This two-day per week opportunity will focus on interdisciplinary arts and sciences.

Video Tour ASU West

ASU Prep Local @ Mesa

This two-day per week opportunity will focus on digital arts.

Video Tour ASU MIX Center

ASU Prep Experience @ Poly

This one-day per week experience will focus on integrative sciences and art.

Video Tour ASU Polytechnic

ASU Prep Experience @ Tempe

This one-day per week experience will allow students to explore different careers paths.

ASU Prep Local Sample Day

Goal Setting and Community Building

9:00-9:30 (sample times, subject to change)

Students begin the day by setting individual and collaborative goals for the week. They engage in community-building activities, are active participants in developing class norms and have agency through student roles.

ASU Prep Digital Core Content

9:30-12:00 (sample times, subject to change)

Students have dedicated time to work on current projects, meet in small groups with teams and/or coaches, participate in live lessons, and engage in core content enhancement activities.

Lunch & Social Time

12:00-1:00 (sample times, subject to change)

Students have the opportunity to eat on campus with their classmates, socialize, and take time to recharge.

Immersive Seminars

1:00-2:00 (sample times, subject to change)

ASU professionals guide students through specific topics and skill development related to lab projects and ASU course content, exposing students to multiple career and degree paths.

Project-Based Learning, Experiential Learning & Lab Time

2:00-3:00 (sample times, subject to change)

Students have the opportunity to work in small groups on real-world projects related to ASU program areas of study.

Closure

3:00 (sample times, subject to change)

Students reflect on the day and are dismissed. 

Campus Tours

ASU Media and Immersive eXperience
(MIX) Center
| (Location / Directions)

ASU West Campus | (Location / Directions)