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Rural School Support

As an Arizona Rural Schools Association sponsor, we believe that students living in rural areas of our state should have access to the best teachers, tools, and educational technologies. We celebrate the diverse cultures rural schools represent and partner to support these schools in a variety of ways.


If you’re struggling to fill staffing gaps with qualified instructors, we can help.

  • Long-term subs
  • Emergency replacements
  • Supplement for under-qualified staff

Online Courses

We offer 40+ high school and 200+ university online courses.

  • Support advanced students
  • Address special needs
  • Use with your teachers or ours


We help schools transform their classrooms into next-generation learning spaces.

  • Face-to-face and web-based training sessions
  • Blended learning coaching, in-person, as-needed
  • Customized connections to university assets

Are all your students meeting the Arizona Board of Regents college entrance requirements? Increasing rigorous academic options can prepare students for post-secondary opportunities and help them think bigger beyond high school.

Leverage remote teachers

Struggling to fill staffing gaps? We work with schools to provide highly qualified teachers in all subject areas. These virtual teachers work remotely in your school and on your schedule, delivering live lessons via webcam right in your classroom.

  • Customized solutions designed to fit your schedule.
  • Online instruction delivered at school or home.
  • Single classroom or entire district solutions.
Explore the Santa Cruz Valley Union High School success story

Discover digital learning

If your school is interested in virtual or blended learning but not sure where to start, we can help. We work with districts to design online or hybrid school models and can help you find the right digital education tools to fit your needs.

  • Step-by-step program development or improvement.
  • Face-to-face and web-based training.
  • ASU’s best practice resource sharing.
Explore the Miami High School success story

Provide a college experience

If you have students interested in accelerating their path to college and careers, we have 200+ university courses taught by ASU faculty available for high school enrollment. Students in these concurrent courses earn both high school and university credit.

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License content to engage students

Our online courses are designed to engage today’s digital natives, personalize the learning and support a variety of teaching models, from blended learning to fully virtual classrooms.

  • 40+ online high school and 200+ online university courses.
  • All instruction and materials included.
  • AdvancED accredited, NCAA Approved, CA A-G approved.
Explore the Pendergast Elementary District success story

Address special needs

Customize an online program to better serve students with unique needs. Whether you need to expand your advanced course offerings for an entire district or temporarily serve a single hospital homebound child, we’re ready to help you design a solution.

  • Adaptive technologies personalize the learning.
  • Students work on their schedule from anywhere.
  • Part-time and full-time programs available.
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#1 choice of international students - Institute of International Education, 2018
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Ahead of Cornell, MIT and UCLA
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#4 ASU Online programs among nation’s best - U.S. News & World Report, 2018
#5 in the nation for producing the best-qualified graduates - The Wall Street Journal
#2 online undergraduate degree program in the nation - U.S. News & World Report, 2019
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