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Live Online Info Sessions

If you want to learn more about ASU Prep Digital, please join us for a webinar-style online info session where you’ll have the chance to ask questions and learn about all the exciting things happening here. Visit our Info Session Page to see the dates and save your spot.

Future Sun Devil Families

Future Sun Devil Families

Future Sun Devil Family Day!  It’s never too early to plan for college! Future Sun Devil Family Day (FSDF) is an opportunity for students and parents to experience a university campus, talk to current college students, learn the benefits of attending college and start to create their pathway to higher education. Through a series of fun, interactive workshops, FSDF Day presenters address frequently asked questions regarding financial aid, admission requirements and the steps students should take during high school to be prepared to succeed in college. We invite families with students in grades 6 – 10 to this free college experience. FSDF Day is designed to help students and parents be better prepared for college and will include:

  • Tips and advice from current ASU students about their pathway to ASU and student-led campus tours.
  • An educational resource fair to connect students and parents with ASU departments and community organizations

For more information, contact: 480-965-6060 or



2023-24 ASU Prep Digital Re-enrollment Now Open

Dear Sun Devil Parents and Guardians,

We are excited to announce that re-enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year is now open! We ask that all families who plan on continuing their student(s) with ASU Prep Digital next year complete re-enrollment through the Infinite Campus Portal by March 17, 2023. If you have not set up your Infinite Campus Portal, please contact our online help desk for your activation key. If you have forgotten your username and/or password for Infinite Campus, you can reset on your own through the Infinite Campus Parent Homepage (link below).

This coming year ASU Prep Digital has continued to expand on its experiences for our students. we highlight a few for you below:

And as always, ASU Prep students can take up to two ASU courses per semester to begin their college degree as early as 9th grade. Students can partner with their LSC to customize their college-going pathway, saving both time and money toward their future degree! 

To start the re-enrollment process, please follow these steps below:

Step 1: Log in to your Infinite Campus Parent Portal.

Step 2: On the left-hand toolbar, select “more” and then select “online registration”.

Step 3: Review your student information and make any changes as you see appropriate. If your address has changed, we will need a new proof of residency either uploaded in your portal or emailed to

Step 4: Review and sign additional acknowledgement forms.

Please complete by March 17th to save your seat!

High School Parents: We offer High School parents an Information Session to help with the transition from 8th to 9th and to also help you guide your 10-12th grade students on their pathway. To learn more, join us:

We look forward to continuing to serve your students!

ASU Preparatory Academy

2023-24 ASU Prep Digital Reinscripción Ahora Abierta

Estimados Padres y Tutores de Sun Devil,

¡Nos complace anunciar que ya está abierta la reinscripción para el año escolar 2023-2024! Pedimos a todas las familias que están planeando que su estudiante(s) continúen en ASU Prep Digital el próximo año completen la reinscripción a través de su Portal de Infinite Campus antes del 17 de marzo de 2023. Si no ha configurado su Portal de Infinite Campus, comuníquese con nuestro servicio de asistencia en línea para obtener su clave de activación. Si ha olvidado su nombre de usuario y/o contraseña de su Portal de Infinite Campus, puede restablecerlo por su cuenta a través de la Página de Inicio para Padres de Infinite Campus (enlace a continuación).

Al comenzar el proceso de reinscripción, nos gustaría resaltar algunos aspectos emocionantes de la experiencia de nuestros estudiantes de ASU Prep Digital:

  • Nuevo Programa para Dotados grados K-5
  • Baile de graduación de la escuela secundaria (High School) en persona
  • Concurso de Ortografía Virtual K-8
  • Deportes en persona para grados 6-12 a través de Tempe Prep Academy
  • Khan World School @ ASU Prep
  • Clubes NUEVOS y existentes: Sociedad Nacional de Honor de estudiantes de escuela intermedia, Gobierno de Estudiantes, STEM, Model UN, Girls Who Code, Yoga, Oportunidades de amigos K-8

Y como siempre, los estudiantes de ASU Prep pueden tomar dos cursos de ASU por semestre para comenzar su carrera universitaria desde el noveno grado. Los estudiantes pueden asociarse con su LSC para personalizar su camino hacia la universidad, ¡ahorrando tiempo y dinero para su carrera futura !

¿Sabía que también hemos ampliado nuestras ofertas híbridas? Tenemos varios sitios para servir mejor a nuestros estudiantes híbridos. Si desea obtener más información, comuníquese con Admisiones (844-692-3372,, comuníquese con su LSC o asista a una sesión informativa el 9 de marzo. Tenemos:

Padres de la Escuela Secundaria (High School) (Ascendente 9-12): ¡Únase a nuestra Sesión Informativa de la Escuela Secundaria (High School) donde podrá obtener más información sobre todos los diferentes caminos de la Escuela Secundaria (High School) que ofrecemos en ASU Prep!

Para empezar con el proceso de reinscripción por favor siga los siguientes pasos:

Paso 1: Inicie sesión en su Portal para Padres de Infinite Campus.

Paso 2: En la barra de herramientas de la izquierda, haga clic en “más” y luego haga clic en “registro en línea”.

Paso 3: Revise la información de su estudiante y haga los cambios que considere apropiados. Si su dirección ha cambiado, necesitaremos una nueva prueba de residencia, puede subirla en su portal o enviarla por correo electrónico a

Paso 4: Revise y firme formularios de confirmación adicionales.

Favor de completar su reinscripción antes del 17 de marzo para reservar su lugar el próximo año escolar .

¡Esperamos continuar sirviendo a sus estudiantes!

ASU Preparatory Academy

45-day screening

As mandated by Arizona Administrative Code (A.A.C.) R7-2-401 (C) and (D), ASU Preparatory Academy is required to establish a process to ensure that any academic and/or developmental concerns of its students are not overlooked and to determine this within the first 45 days of each child’s attendance at a new school. To comply with this mandate, your child’s classroom teacher will screen your child on aspects of your child’s development such as language, cognition, perception, and motor skills. Screening is a process of rating skill strengths and weaknesses.

Should you have any questions with regard to the screening process, please feel free to contact your child’s teacher or school office.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that protects the privacy of student educational records. FERPA affords parents and students over eighteen (18) years of age (eligible students) certain rights. They are:

  • The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within forty-five (45) dates of the day the school administrator receives a written request for access.
  • The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the parent or eligible student believes is inaccurate or misleading. Parents/guardians should write to the school administrator, clearly identifying the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading.
  • The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception that permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to the school officials with legitimate educational interests to review educational records in order to fulfill professional responsibility.

Click here to view the Annual Notification of Rights under FERPA.

Annual Notification of Rights under FERPA

Annual Notification of Rights Under FERPA Regarding Confidentiality of Student Education Records

Confidentiality of education records is a right of public school students and their parents. This right is provided for by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Under this law, “education records” means those records that are: (1) directly related to a student; and (2) maintained by an educational agency or institution or by a party acting for the agency or institution. Of course, education records are maintained on every child enrolled in a public school. The types of information gathered and maintained includes, but is not limited to: the student’s and parents’ names, address and telephone number; the student’s date and place of birth, date of enrollment in the school, records from previous schools attended, attendance record, subjects taken, grades, school activities, assessment results, number of credits earned, immunization records, disciplinary records, if any, correspondence from parents, and child find and other screening results, including hearing and vision screening results.

In addition, for children with disabilities, education records could include, among other things, evaluation and testing materials, medical and health information, each annual Individualized Education Program (IEP), notices to parents, notes regarding IEP meetings, parental consent documents, information provided by parents, progress reports, assessment results, materials related to disciplinary actions, and mediation agreements. The information is gathered from a number of sources including the student’s parents and staff of the school of attendance. Also, with parental permission, information may be gathered from additional sources including doctors and other health care providers.

This information is collected to assure proper identification of a student and the student’s parents and the maintenance of accurate records of the student’s progress and activities in school. For children with disabilities, additional information is collected in order to assure the child is identified, evaluated, and provided a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in accordance with state and federal special education laws.

The School must ensure compliance with federal confidentiality laws at all stages of gathering, storing, retaining and disclosing education records to third parties. In addition, the destruction of any education records of a child with a disability must be in accordance with IDEA regulatory requirements.

In accordance with FERPA, the rights of the parents regarding education records are transferred to the student at age 18, subject to limited exceptions.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents, and in the case of students of ASU Preparatory Academy (the “School”) who are 18 years of age or older, the students themselves (“eligible students”), certain rights with respect to the student’s education records. These rights are:

  1. The right to inspect and review the student’s education records no more than 45 days after the day the School receives a request for access. Parents or eligible students should submit a written request to the school Principal that identifies the records they wish to inspect. The Principal or Registrar will make arrangements for access and notify the parent or eligible student of the time and place where the records may be inspected.
  2. The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the parent or eligible student believes are inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy rights under FERPA. Parents or eligible students who wish to ask the School to amend a record should submit a written request to the school principal, clearly identifying the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it should be changed. If the School decides not to amend the record as requested by the parent or eligible student, the School will notify the parent or eligible student of the decision and of their right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the parent or eligible student when notified of the right to a hearing.
  3. The right to provide written consent before the School discloses personally identifiable information (PII) from the student’s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent of a parent or eligible student; please see below for some of the situations where prior written consent for disclosure is not required by FERPA. One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is disclosure to school officials with legitimate educational interests. A school official is a person employed by the School as an administrator, supervisor, instructor, or support staff member (including health or medical staff and law enforcement unit personnel) or a person serving on the School Governing Board.  A school official also may include a volunteer or contractor outside of the School who performs an institutional service or function for which the School would otherwise use its own employees and who is under the direct control of the School with respect to the use and maintenance of PII from education records, such as  an attorney, auditor, medical consultant, or therapist; a parent or student volunteering to serve on an official committee, such as a disciplinary or grievance committee; or a parent, student, or other volunteer assisting another School official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility.
  4. Upon request, the School discloses education records without consent of a parent or eligible student to officials of another school district, charter school or other educational institution in which a student seeks or intends to enroll, or is already enrolled, if the disclosure is for purposes of the student’s enrollment or transfer.
  5. Parents have the right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the School to comply with the requirements of FERPA.

The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA are:

Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, DC 20202
FERPA permits the disclosure of PII from students’ education records, without consent of the parent or eligible student, if the disclosure meets certain conditions found in Title 34, Section 99.31 of the FERPA regulations. Except for disclosures to School officials, disclosures related to some judicial orders or lawfully issued subpoenas, disclosures of directory information, and disclosures to the parent or eligible student, §99.32 of FERPA regulations requires the School to record the disclosure. Parents and eligible students have a right to inspect and review the record of disclosures. A School may disclose PII from the education records of a student without obtaining prior written consent of the parents or the eligible student:

  • To other school officials, including teachers, within the educational agency or institution whom the School has determined to have legitimate educational interests. This includes contractors, consultants, volunteers, or other parties to whom the School has outsourced institutional services or functions, provided that the conditions listed in §99.31(a)(1)(i)(B)(1) – (a)(1)(i)(B)(2) are met. (§99.31(a)(1))
  • To officials of another school, school district, or institution of postsecondary education where the student seeks or intends to enroll, or where the student is already enrolled if the disclosure is for purposes related to the student’s enrollment or transfer, subject to the requirements of §99.34. (§99.31(a)(2))
  • To authorized representatives of the U.S. Comptroller General, the U.S. Attorney General, the U.S. Secretary of Education, or State and local educational authorities, such as the Arizona Department of Education. Disclosures under this provision may be made, subject to the requirements of §99.35, in connection with an audit or evaluation of Federal- or State- supported education programs, or for the enforcement of or compliance with Federal legal requirements that relate to those programs.  These entities may make further disclosures of PII to outside entities that are designated by them as their authorized representatives to conduct any audit, evaluation, or enforcement or compliance activity on their behalf. (§§99.31(a)(3) and 99.35)
  • In connection with financial aid for which the student has applied or which the student has received, if the information is necessary to determine eligibility for the aid, determine the amount of the aid, determine the conditions of the aid, or enforce the terms and conditions of the aid. (§99.31(a)(4))
  • To State and local officials or authorities to whom information is specifically allowed to be reported or disclosed by a State statute that concerns the juvenile justice system and the system’s ability to effectively serve, prior to adjudication, the student whose records were released, subject to §99.38. (§99.31(a)(5))
  • To organizations conducting studies for, or on behalf of, the School, in order to: (a) develop, validate, or administer predictive tests; (b) administer student aid programs; or (c) improve instruction. (§99.31(a)(6))
  • To accrediting organizations to carry out their accrediting functions. (§99.31(a)(7))
  • To parents of an eligible student if the student is a dependent for IRS tax purposes. (§99.31(a)(8))
  • To comply with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena. (§99.31(a)(9))
  • To appropriate officials in connection with a health or safety emergency, subject to §99.36. (§99.31(a)(10)
  • Information the School has designated as “directory information” under §99.37 (see below). (§99.31(a)(11))
  • To representatives of a state or local child welfare agency or tribal organization when such agency is legally responsible for the care and protection of the student


Notice for Student Directory Information Release

Federal law (specifically, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act or “FERPA”) requires that the School, with certain exceptions, obtains your written consent prior to the disclosure of personally identifiable information from your child’s education. FERPA provides many exceptions to the written consent requirement. For example, personally identifiable information from education records may be released to other school or School officials, to other schools where your child seeks to enroll, to the Arizona and United States Department of Education, and under other exceptions provided by law.

Another exception to the written consent requirement is for information designated as “directory information.” Directory information is information that is typically not considered harmful to disclose. Before the School may release directory information without your written consent, it must first inform you of those items that the School will designate as directory information, and provide you an opportunity to opt-out. The School has taken care to balance safeguarding your child’s information with ensuring that your child is informed of various opportunities and activities. Accordingly, the School has decided to designate the following information as “directory information” (information that can be released without your written consent): 

  • Student’s name*
  • Student’s parents’ names
  • Student’s home address*
  • Student’s home telephone number*
  • Student’s country of birth
  • Student’s country of citizenship
  • Student’s School assigned electronic (e-mail) address*
  • Student’s current school of attendance
  • Student’s major field of study
  • Student’s photograph
  • Student’s grade Level (9th, 10th etc.)
  • Student’s enrollment status (part time or full time)
  • Student’s honors and awards received
  • Student’s dates of attendance (semester, quarter, etc., not specific days in school)
  • Student’s participation in officially recognized activities and sports
  • Student’s height, weight and athletic number if member of an athletic team
  • Student’s most recently attended educational agency or institution
  • Class rank by percentages (for example, top 10%, top 20%)*
  • Class rank by GPA (for example, 3.0 and above)*

NOTE: The items with an asterisk (*) are designated by the School as directory information only if the information is being released to: 1) Colleges, universities, and prospective employers for purposes of recruitment, notification of scholarship offers or job opportunities, and similar purposes; or 2) ASU Preparatory Academy-affiliated and approved groups or vendors [e.g. student groups and clubs (yearbook, student newspapers, student council, marching band, National Honor Society, and the like); student athletic teams; parent booster clubs; site council; parent-teacher groups; graduation vendors (photographs, caps and gowns, announcements), and the like]. This information will not be considered “directory information” if being requested by an individual or group that does not conform to the requirements above (e.g. for-profit business that are not School-approved vendors, outside media groups, and the like). In those circumstances, the information designated with an asterisk (*) will only be released if written consent is provided by the parent/guardian or eligible student.

There are various pros and cons to directory information that you must weigh as a parent. If you opt-out of directory information, the School will not release your child’s information to colleges, recruiters, or other entities providing scholarship opportunities. Your child may also miss opportunities to be on vendor lists for graduation announcements, yearbook opportunities, or other student lists for participation in clubs and activities, or his/her achievements may not be publicized in School announcements.

Another item to consider is that two federal laws require the School to provide military recruiters, upon request, with the following information – names, addresses and telephone listings – unless parents have advised the School that they do not want their student’s information disclosed without their prior written consent.

If you do not want any or all directory information about your student to be released to any person or organization (including School groups) without your prior signed and dated written consent, you must notify the School in writing by filling out this form.


Notification of Rights Under the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment (PPRA)

PPRA affords parents certain rights regarding the School’s conduct of surveys, collection and use of information for marketing purposes, and certain physical exams. These include the right to:

  • Consent before students are required to submit to a survey that concerns one or more of the following protected areas (“protected information survey”) if the survey is funded in whole or in part by a program of the U.S. Department of Education (ED) —
  1. Political affiliations or beliefs of the student or student’s parent;
  2. Mental or psychological problems of the student or student’s family;
  3. Sex behavior or attitudes;
  4. Illegal, anti-social, self-incriminating, or demeaning behavior;
  5. Critical appraisals of others with whom respondents have close family relationships;
  6. Legally recognized privileged relationships, such as with lawyers, doctors, or ministers;
  7. Religious practices, affiliations, or beliefs of the student or parents; or
  8. Income, other than as required by law to determine program eligibility.
  • Receive notice and an opportunity to opt a student out of –
  1. Any other protected information survey, regardless of funding;
  2. Any non-emergency, invasive physical exam or screening required as a condition of attendance, administered by the school or its agent, and not necessary to protect the immediate health and safety of a student, except for hearing, vision, or scoliosis screenings, or any physical exam or screening permitted or required under State law; and
  3. Activities involving collection, disclosure, or use of personal information obtained from students for marketing or to sell or otherwise distribute the information to others.
  • Inspect, upon request and before administration or use –
  1. Protected information surveys of students;
  2. Instruments used to collect personal information from students for any of the above marketing, sales, or other distribution purposes; and
  3. Instructional material used as part of the educational curriculum.

These rights transfer from the parents to a student who is 18 years old or an emancipated minor under State law (“eligible student”).

The School has policies, developed in consultation with parents, regarding these rights, as well as arrangements to protect student privacy in the administration of protected information surveys and the collection, disclosure, or use of personal information for marketing, sales, or other distribution purposes. The School will directly notify parents and eligible students of these policies at least annually at the start of each school year and after any substantive changes. The School will also directly notify, such as through U.S. Mail or e -mail, parents of students and eligible students who are scheduled to participate in the specific activities or surveys noted below and will provide an opportunity for the parent or eligible student to opt a student out of participation of the specific activity or survey. The School will make this notification to parents and eligible students at the beginning of the school year if the School has identified the specific or approximate dates of the activities or surveys at that time. For surveys and activities scheduled after the school year starts, parents and eligible students will be provided reasonable notification of the planned activities and surveys listed below and will be provided an opportunity to opt the student out of such activities and surveys. Parents and eligible students will also be provided an opportunity to review any pertinent surveys. Following is a list of the specific activities and surveys covered under this requirement:

  • Collection, disclosure, or use of personal information for marketing, sales or other distribution.
  • Administration of any protected information survey not funded in whole or in part by ED.
  • Any non-emergency, invasive physical examination or screening as described above.

Parents and eligible students who believe their rights have been violated may file a complaint with:

Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, DC 20202


Notificación anual de derechos bajo FERPA con respecto a la confidencialidad de los expedientes de educación del estudiante

La confidencialidad de los registros educativos es un derecho de los estudiantes de escuelas públicas y sus padres. Este derecho está previsto por la Ley de Privacidad y Derechos Educativos de la Familia (FERPA). Bajo esta ley, “registros educativos” significa aquellos registros que están: (1) directamente relacionados con un estudiante; y (2) mantenido por una agencia o institución educativa o por una parte que actúe en nombre de la agencia o institución. Por supuesto, se mantienen registros educativos de cada niño matriculado en una escuela pública. Los tipos de información recopilada y mantenida incluyen, pero no se limitan a: los nombres, la dirección y el número de teléfono del estudiante y de los padres; la fecha y el lugar de nacimiento del estudiante, la fecha de inscripción en la escuela, los registros de las escuelas anteriores a las que asistió, el registro de asistencia, las materias tomadas, las calificaciones, las actividades escolares, los resultados de las evaluaciones, la cantidad de créditos obtenidos, los registros de vacunación, los registros disciplinarios, si corresponde, correspondencia de los padres, y child find, y otros resultados de las pruebas de detección, incluidos los resultados de las pruebas de audición y visión.

Además, para los niños con discapacidades, los registros educativos podrían incluir, entre otras cosas, materiales de evaluación y pruebas, información médica y de salud, cada Programa de Educación Individualizado (IEP) anual, avisos a los padres, notas sobre las reuniones del IEP, documentos de consentimiento de los padres, información proporcionados por los padres, informes de progreso, resultados de evaluaciones, materiales relacionados con acciones disciplinarias y acuerdos de mediación. La información se recopila de varias fuentes, incluyendo los padres del estudiante y el personal de la escuela a la que asiste. Además, con el permiso de los padres, se puede recopilar información de fuentes adicionales, incluyendo médicos y otros proveedores de atención médica.

Esta información se recopila para asegurar la identificación adecuada de un estudiante y los padres del estudiante y el mantenimiento de registros precisos del progreso y las actividades del estudiante en la escuela. Para los niños con discapacidades, se recopila información adicional para asegurar que el niño sea identificado, evaluado y se le proporcione una Educación Pública Apropiada y Gratuita (FAPE) de acuerdo con las leyes de educación especial estatales y federales.

La escuela debe garantizar el cumplimiento de las leyes federales de confidencialidad en todas las etapas de recopilación, almacenamiento, retención y divulgación de registros educativos a terceros. Además, la destrucción de cualquier expediente educativo de un niño con una discapacidad debe realizarse de acuerdo con los requisitos reglamentarios de IDEA.

De acuerdo con FERPA, los derechos de los padres con respecto a los registros educativos se transfieren al estudiante a la edad de 18 años, sujeto a excepciones limitadas.

La Ley de Privacidad y Derechos Educativos de la Familia (FERPA) otorga a los padres, y en el caso de los estudiantes de ASU Preparatory Academy (la “Escuela”) que tienen 18 años de edad o más, a los propios estudiantes (“estudiantes elegibles”), ciertos derechos con respecto a los registros educativos del estudiante. Estos derechos son:

  1. El derecho a inspeccionar y revisar los registros educativos del estudiante no más de 45 días después del día en que la escuela recibe una solicitud de acceso. Los padres o estudiantes elegibles deben enviar una solicitud por escrito al director/a de la escuela que identifique los registros que desean inspeccionar. El director/a o el registrador/a harán los arreglos necesarios para el acceso y notificarán al padre o al estudiante elegible sobre la hora y el lugar donde se pueden inspeccionar los registros.
  2. El derecho a solicitar la enmienda de los registros educativos del estudiante que el padre o el estudiante elegible cree que son inexactos, engañosos o de otra manera en violación de los derechos de privacidad del estudiante bajo FERPA. Los padres o estudiantes elegibles que deseen pedirle a la escuela que enmiende un registro deben presentar una solicitud por escrito al director/a de la escuela, identificando claramente la parte del registro que desean cambiar y especificar por qué se debe cambiar. Si la escuela decide no enmendar el registro según lo solicitado por el padre o el estudiante elegible, la escuela notificará al padre o al estudiante elegible de la decisión y de su derecho a una audiencia con respecto a la solicitud de enmienda. Se proporcionará información adicional sobre los procedimientos de audiencia a los padres o al estudiante elegible cuando se les notifique del derecho a una audiencia.
  3. El derecho a proporcionar consentimiento por escrito antes de que la escuela divulgue información de identificación personal (PII) de los registros educativos del estudiante, excepto en la medida en que FERPA autorice la divulgación sin el consentimiento de un padre o estudiante elegible; Consulte a continuación algunas de las situaciones en las que FERPA no requiere el consentimiento previo por escrito para la divulgación. Una excepción, que permite la divulgación sin consentimiento, es la divulgación a los funcionarios escolares con intereses educativos legítimos. Un funcionario escolar es una persona empleada por la escuela como administrador, supervisor, instructor o miembro del personal de apoyo (incluido el personal médico o de salud y el personal de la unidad de aplicación de la ley) o una persona que sirve en la Junta Directiva Escolar. Un funcionario escolar también puede incluir a un voluntario o contratista fuera de la escuela que realiza un servicio o función institucional para la cual la escuela utilizaría a sus propios empleados y que está bajo el control directo de la escuela con respecto al uso y mantenimiento de la PII de registros educativos, como un abogado, auditor, consultor médico o terapeuta; un padre o estudiante que se ofrece como voluntario para servir en un comité oficial, como un comité disciplinario o de quejas; o un padre, estudiante u otro voluntario que ayude a otro funcionario escolar a realizar sus tareas. Un funcionario escolar tiene un interés educativo legítimo si el funcionario necesita revisar un expediente educativo para cumplir con su responsabilidad profesional.
  4. A pedido, la escuela divulga los registros educativos sin el consentimiento de un padre o estudiante elegible a funcionarios de otro distrito escolar, escuela autónoma u otra institución educativa en la que un estudiante busca o tiene la intención de inscribirse, o ya está inscrito, si la divulgación es a los efectos de la inscripción o transferencia del estudiante.
  5. Los padres tienen derecho a presentar una queja ante el Departamento de Educación de los EE. UU. Con respecto a presuntas fallas de la escuela para cumplir con los requisitos de FERPA. El nombre y la dirección de la Oficina que administra FERPA son:

Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, DC 20202

FERPA permite la divulgación de PII de los registros educativos de los estudiantes, sin el consentimiento de los padres o del estudiante elegible, si la divulgación cumple con ciertas condiciones que se encuentran en el Título 34, Sección 99.31 de las regulaciones de FERPA. Excepto por las divulgaciones a los funcionarios de la escuela, las divulgaciones relacionadas con algunas órdenes judiciales o citaciones emitidas legalmente, las divulgaciones de información del directorio y las divulgaciones al padre o estudiante elegible, la sección 99.32 de las regulaciones de FERPA requiere que la escuela registre la divulgación. Los padres y los estudiantes elegibles tienen derecho a inspeccionar y revisar el registro de divulgaciones. Una escuela puede divulgar PII de los registros educativos de un estudiante sin obtener el consentimiento previo por escrito de los padres o del estudiante elegible:

  • A otros funcionarios escolares, incluidos los maestros, dentro de la agencia o institución educativa a quienes la escuela ha determinado que tienen intereses educativos legítimos. Esto incluye contratistas, consultores, voluntarios u otras partes a quienes la Escuela ha subcontratado servicios o funciones institucionales, siempre que se cumplan las condiciones enumeradas en §99.31 (a) (1) (i) (B) (1) – (a) ( 1) (i) (B) (2) . (Sección 99.31 (a) (1))
  • A funcionarios de otra escuela, distrito escolar o institución de educación postsecundaria donde el estudiante busca o tiene la intención de inscribirse, o donde el estudiante ya está inscrito si la divulgación es para propósitos relacionados con la inscripción o transferencia del estudiante, sujeto a los requisitos de § 99.34. (Sección 99.31 (a) (2))
  • A representantes autorizados del Contralor General de los Estados Unidos, el Fiscal General de los Estados Unidos, el Secretario de Educación de los Estados Unidos o las autoridades educativas estatales y locales, como el Departamento de Educación de Arizona. Las divulgaciones bajo esta disposición pueden hacerse, sujetas a los requisitos de §99.35, en relación con una auditoría o evaluación de programas educativos respaldados por el gobierno federal o estatal, o para la aplicación o cumplimiento de los requisitos legales federales relacionados con esos programas. Estas entidades pueden hacer más divulgaciones de PII a entidades externas que son designadas por ellas como sus representantes autorizados para realizar cualquier auditoría, evaluación o actividad de cumplimiento o cumplimiento en su nombre. (§§99.31 (a) (3) y 99.35)
  • En relación con la ayuda financiera que el estudiante ha solicitado o que el estudiante ha recibido, si la información es necesaria para determinar la elegibilidad para la ayuda, determinar el monto de la ayuda, determinar las condiciones de la ayuda o hacer cumplir los términos y condiciones de la ayuda. (Sección 99.31 (a) (4))
  • A funcionarios o autoridades estatales y locales a quienes se permite específicamente informar o divulgar información por un estatuto estatal que concierne al sistema de justicia juvenil y la capacidad del sistema para servir eficazmente, antes de la adjudicación, al estudiante cuyos registros se divulgaron, sujeto a §99.38. (Sección 99.31 (a) (5))
  • A organizaciones que realizan estudios para, o en nombre de, la Escuela, con el fin de: (a) desarrollar, validar o administrar pruebas predictivas; (b) administrar programas de ayuda estudiantil; o (c) mejorar la instrucción. (Sección 99.31 (a) (6))
  • A los padres de un estudiante elegible si el estudiante es un dependiente para propósitos de impuestos del IRS. (Sección 99.31 (a) (8))
  • Para cumplir con una orden judicial o una citación legal. (Sección 99.31 (a) (9))
  • A los funcionarios apropiados en relación con una emergencia de salud o seguridad, sujeto a §99.36. (Sección 99.31 (a)(10)
  • Información que la escuela ha designado como “información de directorio” según §99.37 (vea abajo). (Sección 99.31(a)(11))
  • A representantes de una agencia estatal o local de bienestar infantil u organización tribal cuando dicha agencia sea legalmente responsable del cuidado y protección del alumno


Aviso para la publicación de información del directorio de estudiantes

La ley federal (específicamente, la Ley de Derechos Educativos familiares y privacidad o “FERPA”) requiere que la Escuela, con ciertas excepciones, obtenga su consentimiento por escrito antes de la divulgación de información de identificación personal de la educación de su hijo. FERPA proporciona muchas excepciones al requisito de consentimiento por escrito. Por ejemplo, la información de identificación personal de los registros educativos puede ser divulgada a otros funcionarios escolares u otras escuelas, a otras escuelas donde su hijo busca inscribirse, al Departamento de Educación de Arizona y los Estados Unidos, y bajo otras excepciones proporcionadas por la ley.

Otra excepción al requisito de consentimiento por escrito es la información designada como “información de directorio”. La información del directorio es información que normalmente no se considera dañina para divulgar. Antes de que la Escuela pueda divulgar la información del directorio sin su consentimiento por escrito, primero debe informarle de esos elementos que la Escuela designará como información de directorio, y proporcionarle la oportunidad de darse de baja. La Escuela se ha encargado de equilibrar la protección de la información de su hijo con asegurar que su hijo sea informado de varias oportunidades y actividades. En consecuencia, la Escuela ha decidido designar la siguiente información como “información de directorio” (información que puede ser divulgada sin su consentimiento por escrito):

  • Nombre del estudiante*
  • Los nombres de los padres del estudiante
  • Dirección del estudiante*
  • Número de teléfono del estudiante*
  • País de nacimiento del estudiante
  • País de ciudadanía del estudiante
  • Dirección electrónica asignada por la Escuela del Estudiante (correo electrónico) *
  • Escuela de asistencia actual del estudiante
  • El principal campo de estudio del estudiante
  • Fotografía del estudiante
  • Nivel de grado del estudiante (9º, 10º, etc.)
  • Estado de inscripción del estudiante (a tiempo parcial o a tiempo completo)
  • Honores y premios estudiantiles recibidos
  • Fechas de asistencia del estudiante (semestre, trimestre, etc., días no específicos en la escuela)
  • Participación del estudiante en actividades y deportes reconocidos oficialmente
  • Altura, peso y número atlético del estudiante si es miembro de un equipo atlético
  • La agencia o institución educativa más recientemente atendida por el estudiante
  • Clasificación de clase por porcentajes (por ejemplo, top 10%, top 20%)*
  • Clasificación de clase por GPA (por ejemplo, 3.0 y superior)*

NOTA: Los artículos con un asterisco (*) son designados por la Escuela como información de directorio sólo si la información se está divulgando a: 1) Colegios, universidades y posibles empleadores para fines de reclutamiento, notificación de ofertas de becas u oportunidades de trabajo, y propósitos similares; o 2) Grupos o vendedores afiliados y aprobados por ASU Preparatory Academy [por ejemplo, grupos de estudiantes y clubes (anuario, periódicos estudiantiles, consejo estudiantil, banda de marcha, Sociedad Nacional de Honor y similares); equipos deportivos estudiantiles; clubes de refuerzo de padres; consejo de sitios; grupos de padres y maestros; vendedores de graduación (fotografías, gorras y vestidos, anuncios), y similares]. Esta información no se considerará “información de directorio” si es solicitada por una persona o grupo que no cumple con los requisitos anteriores (por ejemplo, negocios con fines de lucro que no son proveedores aprobados por la Escuela, grupos de medios externos y similares). En esas circunstancias, la información designada con un asterisco (*) sólo se dará a conocer si el consentimiento por escrito es proporcionado por el padre / tutor o estudiante elegible.

Hay varios pros y contras de la información del directorio que debe considerar como padre. Si opta por no recibir información del directorio, la escuela no divulgará la información de su hijo a universidades, reclutadores u otras entidades que brinden oportunidades de becas. Su hijo también puede perder oportunidades de estar en listas de proveedores para anuncios de graduación, oportunidades para anuarios u otras listas de estudiantes para participar en clubes y actividades, o sus logros pueden no ser publicados en anuncios de la escuela.

Otro elemento a considerar es que dos leyes federales requieren que la escuela proporcione a los reclutadores militares, a pedido, la siguiente información (nombres, direcciones y listas de teléfonos) a menos que los padres le hayan informado a la escuela que no quieren que se divulgue la información de su estudiante sin su consentimiento previo. consentimiento por escrito.

Si no desea que toda la información del directorio sobre su estudiante se divulgue a ninguna persona u organización (incluidos los grupos escolares) sin su consentimiento previo por escrito firmado y fechado, debe notificar a la escuela por escrito llenando este formulario.


Notificación de derechos bajo la protección de la enmienda de los derechos del alumno (PPRA)

PPRA otorga a los padres ciertos derechos con respecto a la realización de encuestas por parte de la escuela, la recopilación y el uso de información con fines de mercadeo y ciertos exámenes físicos. Estos incluyen el derecho a:

  • Consentimiento antes de que se requiera que los estudiantes envíen una encuesta que se refiera a una o más de las siguientes áreas protegidas (“encuesta de información protegida”) si la encuesta está financiada en su totalidad o en parte por un programa del Departamento de Educación de EE. UU. (ED)–
  1. Afiliaciones políticas o creencias del estudiante o de los padres del estudiante;
  2. Problemas mentales o psicológicos del estudiante o la familia del estudiante;
  3. Comportamiento o actitudes sexuales;
  4. Comportamiento ilegal, antisocial, auto incriminatorio o degradante;
  5. Evaluaciones críticas de otras personas con quienes los encuestados tienen relaciones familiares cercanas;
  6. Relaciones privilegiadas legalmente reconocidas, como con abogados, médicos o ministros;
  7. Prácticas religiosas, afiliaciones o creencias del estudiante o sus padres; o
  8. Ingresos, que no sean los requeridos por la ley para determinar la elegibilidad del programa.
  • Recibir notificación y la oportunidad de excluir a un estudiante de:
  1. Cualquier otra encuesta de información protegida, independientemente de la financiación;
  2. Cualquier examen o examen físico invasivo que no sea de emergencia requerido como condición de asistencia, administrado por la escuela o su agente, y que no sea necesario para proteger la salud y seguridad inmediatas de un estudiante, excepto para exámenes de audición, visión o escoliosis, o cualquier examen físico o evaluación permitida o requerida por la ley estatal; y
  3. Actividades que involucran la recopilación, divulgación o uso de información personal obtenida de los estudiantes para mercadeo o para vender o distribuir la información a otros.
  • Inspeccionar, previa solicitud y antes de la administración o el uso:
  1. Encuestas de información protegida de estudiantes
  2. Instrumentos utilizados para recopilar información personal de los estudiantes para cualquiera de los fines de comercialización, ventas u otros fines de distribución mencionados anteriormente;
  3. Material de instrucción utilizado como parte del plan de estudios educativo.

Estos derechos se transfieren de los padres a un estudiante que tiene 18 años o un menor emancipado bajo la ley estatal (“estudiante elegible”).

La escuela tiene políticas, desarrolladas en consulta con los padres, con respecto a estos derechos, así como arreglos para proteger la privacidad de los estudiantes en la administración de encuestas de información protegida y la recopilación, divulgación o uso de información personal para mercadeo, ventas u otros propósitos de distribución. La escuela notificará directamente a los padres y estudiantes elegibles sobre estas políticas al menos una vez al año al comienzo de cada año escolar y después de cualquier cambio sustancial. La escuela también notificará directamente, por ejemplo, a través del correo de EE. UU. O correo electrónico, a los padres de los estudiantes y los estudiantes elegibles que están programados para participar en las actividades o encuestas específicas que se indican a continuación y brindará una oportunidad para que los padres o el estudiante elegible opten el estudiante fuera de la participación de la actividad o encuesta específica. La escuela hará esta notificación a los padres y estudiantes elegibles al comienzo del año escolar si la escuela ha identificado las fechas específicas o aproximadas de las actividades o encuestas en ese momento. Para las encuestas y actividades programadas después de que comience el año escolar, los padres y los estudiantes elegibles recibirán una notificación razonable de las actividades y encuestas planificadas que se enumeran a continuación y se les brindará la oportunidad de excluir al estudiante de dichas actividades y encuestas. Los padres y los estudiantes elegibles también tendrán la oportunidad de revisar las encuestas pertinentes. A continuación, se muestra una lista de las actividades y encuestas específicas cubiertas bajo este requisito:

  • Recopilación, divulgación o uso de información personal para mercadeo, ventas u otra distribución.
  • Administración de cualquier encuesta de información protegida que no sea financiada en su totalidad o en parte por el Departamento de Educación.
  • Cualquier examen o evaluación física invasiva que no sea de emergencia, como se describe anteriormente.

Los padres y estudiantes elegibles que crean que sus derechos han sido violados pueden presentar una queja ante:

Family Policy Compliance Office
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue SW
Washington, DC 20202

Child find

In compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 2004, ASU Preparatory Academy will conduct child find activities for children birth through 21 years old.

The following are the procedures: Pre-referral, Child Find and Identification

  1. Review school records (from prior schools and school of current enrollment).
  2. Complete a 45-day screening for school-aged children.
  3. Document interventions attempted for school-aged children prior to referring for an evaluation.
  4. Refer children suspected of having a disability age birth to three years to Arizona Early Intervention Program.
  5. Provide information to parent(s) in writing.
  6. If appropriate, refer the child for evaluation and/or other appropriate services. Charter schools identify, locate, and evaluate all children with disabilities within their population served who are in need of special education and related services. For more information, contact your school site.
2022-2023 Family/Student Handbook

Click here to download the 2022-2023 Family/Student Handbook.

Parental Rights Handbook

In the 2020 Arizona Legislative Session, the Legislature passed Senate Bill (SB) 1061 ( Laws 2020, Chapter 64 ) which the Governor signed on June 5, 2020. SB 1061 established ARS § 15- 249.16 which requires the Arizona Department of Education (Department) to establish and post a statutory handbook of parental rights. Additionally, each school district and charter school must prominently post a link to the statutory handbook of parental rights on a publicly accessible portion of their website.

Please click here to view the Parental Rights Handbook.

Checking Student Logins When Sharing A Device

An important note to families with multiple students in one household sharing a single device.

Please note that student logins for ASU Prep Digital are accessed via the Google Suite. This means that, similar to other Google or Gmail logins, it is possible that your browser (especially if you are using Chrome) will save each set of login credentials. It is vitally important that if multiple students are using the same device, that they ensure that they are logged into their own account before they begin coursework each time. Please be mindful of this in order to prevent one student inadvertently accessing and completing the course work in another student’s account.

Click here for directions on how to check whether or not you are logged into Google Suite and Canvas.

Here are some DOs and DON’Ts when it comes to device sharing:

  • DO check before each session that you are logged into the correct account
  • DO log out of courses and your student portal after every session
  • DO clear your browser cache and cookies often
  • DON’T close the browser after completing course work without logging out
  • DON’T allow your browser to log in automatically without checking that you’re using the correct account

When sharing devices among families, please ensure that each student has fully logged out of their account before the next student begins using that device.

Gifted School Supply List

Click here to view the Kindergarten through 5th grade supply list.

View PDF Version.

Middle School Supply List

Click on the list below to see all the supplies you’ll need.

Middle School Supply List

Mental Health Resources

ASU Prep Digital is committed to the well-being and success of our students both in and out of the classroom. Many students face significant stressors in their lives, which can interfere with personal and academic goals. For some, this can result in thoughts of self-harm or suicide.

We understand that it can be difficult to know when to be concerned about yourself or a peer. While it may look or feel different for everyone, please click here for signs to look out for that may indicate distress or significant emotional concern.

If you or a peer need help, it is important you know there are steps you can take and you don’t have to go through this alone. Find a list of resources below and if you aren’t comfortable reaching out for professional help yet, please know your parents, teachers, and learning success coaches are here to support you.

  • Crisis Response Network is an Arizona-based non-profit organization dedicated to connecting individuals to the help they need. The network’s Find Help tool can be used to learn more about their services, read personal stories, and find facts on mental health.
  • To Write Love On Her Arms is a non-profit organization aimed at providing help and support to those who are struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. Their FIND HELP tool can be used to locate counseling in your area.
  • Crisis Text Line is a not-for-profit organization that provides free crisis help via text message 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Visit their website to learn more or text ‘START’ to 741-741 to begin with a trained Crisis Counselor.
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline– 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
  • Find a list of the International Suicide Hotlines here.
  • For emergency situations, please call your local police department via 9-1-1.

Stress and Balance

Stress is a natural part of life.  We experience stress in varying degrees daily.  Getting a handle on stress helps to create balance.  Some signs of balance include:

  • Mindfulness: Living in the present moment rather than worrying about the past or the future
  • Time management: Making good use of your time so that you attend to the important priorities in your life
  • Regulating emotions: Recognizing and expressing your emotions in constructive ways
  • Prioritizing sleep: Setting an effective sleep routine so that you get enough sleep to rest your body and mind daily
  • Coping: Skill in finding constructive ways to manage challenging situations
  • Relaxation: Ability to bring the body and mind to a calm state of being

Explore topics in stress and balance:

2022-2023 ASU Prep Digital Calendar

Click here to view the 2022-2023 ASU Prep Digital Calendar.

Admission of Homeless Students

McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2001

Information for Parents:

If your family lives in any of the following situations:

  • In a shelter, motel, vehicle, or campground
  • On the street
  • In an abandoned building, trailer, or other inadequate accommodations, or
  • Doubled up with friends or relatives because you cannot find or afford housing

Then, your preschool-aged and school-aged children have certain rights or protections under the McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Act.

Your children have the right to:

  • Go to school, no matter where you live or how long you have lived there. They must be given access to the same public education, including preschool education, provided to other children.
  • Continue in the school they attended before you became homeless or the school they last attended, if that is your choice and is feasible. If a school sends your child to a school other than the one you request, the school must provide you with a written explanation and offer you the right to appeal the decision.
  • Receive transportation to the school they attended before your family became homeless or the school they last attended, if you or a guardian request such transportation.
  • Attend a school and participate in school programs with children who are not homeless. Children cannot be separated from the regular school program because they are homeless.
  • Enroll in school without giving a permanent address. Schools cannot require proof of residency that might prevent or delay school enrollment.
  • Enroll and attend classes while the school arranges for the transfer of school and immunization records or any other documents required for enrollment.
  • Enroll and attend classes in the school of your choice even while the school and you seek to resolve a dispute over enrolling your children.
  • Receive the same special programs and services, if needed, as provided to all other children served in these programs.
  • Receive transportation to school and to school programs.

When you move, you should do the following:

  • Contact the school district’s liaison for homeless education (see phone number below) for help in enrolling your child in a new school or arranging for your child to continue in his or her former school. (Or, someone at a shelter, social services office, or the school can direct you to the person you need to contact.)
  • Contact the school and provide any information you think will assist the teachers in helping your child adjust to new circumstances.
  • Ask the local liaison for homeless education, the shelter provider, or a social worker for assistance with clothing and supplies, if needed.

ASUPD Contact: Kerri McMillen / / 919.205.8152

If you need further assistance, call the National Center for Homeless Education at the toll-free HelpLine number: 1.800.308.2145

Online Extracurricular Offerings

We offer a variety of clubs to our students for a robust and well-rounded learning experience. Students may sign up for more than one club and experience opportunities to have fun with and learn from their peers in structured online activities.

Click here to view all of our clubs.

Transcript Requests

Click the link to order transcript records from *A Parchment fee of $4.15 is required for each transcript.

Order Credentials from Parchment

3+1=2… ASU College of Engineering Fast Track Program

Are you proving to be a highly motivated high school student? If so, consider taking Concurrent Courses to earn two degrees- a bachelor’s in three years, and a master’s in one additional year. That’s the time it takes most people to get just one degree! The 3+1 program is a fully constructed course schedule that capitalizes on your Concurrent Courses. For more information, check out this link and contact your LSC.

College Workshops

Coming Soon: Recorded College Workshop Sessions

  • Financial Aid (FAFSA)
  • ASU Webinar for Juniors and Seniors
  • ASU Application Workshop
  • College application essay writing 
  • The Common Application
  • College Scholarships 
The ASU Library

Did you know? ASU Prep Digital students have access to the ASU Library’s collection of research databases, e-books, e-journals, and more. When you use these library resources, you will be prompted to login using your ASURITE ID. Don’t know your ID? Contact your LSC for assistance.

Explore ASU Online Library Resources here.

Access Library Tutorials here.

Learn about proper source citation here.

Concurrent Course Resources

Did you know, as an ASU Prep Digital student you have the opportunity to take real, ASU college courses while in high school? Click here to learn more!

A few highlights:

Spring 2023 1.0 Board Approved College Courses

Take a Tour of

Set up your ASU Email Account

How to Locate Grades and Transcripts

Get your Course Book List

For tech support: dial (855) 278-5080, or visit the University Technology Office here.

Concurrent Course Contract

Concurrent Course Acknowledgment Form


Technical Requirements

What are the minimum system requirements?
The Learning Cloud was built and optimized for desktops and laptops running Windows, MacOS, and Chrome OS. Additional requirements are as follows:

  • Hardware: Desktop, Laptop, or Chromebook.
  • Supported Operating Systems: Windows 10 and higher. MacOS 10.10 and higher. ChromeOS.
  • Supported Browsers: Chrome, Edge, Safari.
  • Minimum Resolution: 1024×768.
  • Audio Output device. Example: Speakers.
  • Stable internet connection, downstream speeds at least 10mbps.
  • Mouse or Trackpad.
  • Full QWERTY Keyboard.

Note: for the best experience, and to ensure compatibility, the latest OS and browser updates are recommended. Touch Screen mobile devices such as an iPad or a mobile phone are not recommended.

The following items are suggested for all courses:

  • Earbuds
  • Webcam
  • Printout of course pace chart and syllabus
  • Calendar/planner
  • Pencils and college ruled paper for students who would like to take written notes

There are a few materials and downloads needed for particular courses (mainly electives) and a tech and materials spec document can be requested for any course.

Devices (We recommend devices less than 5 years old)

  • Desktop
  • Laptop
  • Chromebook
  • Microphone and webcam

Operating Systems

  • Windows 10 and newer
  • Mac OSX 10.6 and newer
  • Linux
  • ChromeOS

Internet Speed

  • High speed internet (recommended)

Supported Browsers

  • Chrome(latest version)(recommended)
  • Edge (latest version)
  • Safari (latest version)
  • Firefox (latest version)

Supported Browser Plugins and Settings

  • Javascript enabled
  • Flash – latest version is recommended
  • 1024×768 is recommended
  • Pop-up blockers should be disabled
  • Cookies should be enabled.

Virtual Reality (VR) /Augmented Reality (AR) Some courses have Virtual and Augmented Reality experiences which are best viewed with devices that are AR/VR enabled. These experiences can have large file sizes and it is recommended that they are downloaded over wi-fi. Minimum Devices:

  • iPhones 5S
  • Samsung Galaxy S5
  • Newer VR/AR enabled devices (Recommended)

Please contact for further assistance.