Students all around the country are experiencing a significant amount of learning loss due to COVID-19. According to a report published by McKinsey & Company, the average amount of learning loss will be approximately five to nine months by June 2021. As the landscape of education continues to change, it’s important we take steps to address gaps in student knowledge. ASU Prep Digital is partnering with the state of Arizona to address those gaps with a series of summer school programs.
This online summer school program for grades K–12 is perfect for students who want to keep their reading skills sharp or make up for lost learning. The experience is personalized for each student, using prescriptive assessment to meet students where they are and adapting the coursework to provide the right level of intervention or enrichment. Students will work 2-4 hours per day in both live lessons with a teacher and asynchronous digital activities.
Back by popular demand, this summer math program for grades K–12 is a great way for students to accelerate their math skills or fill any gaps in preparation for next year. Expert online teachers leverage prescriptive and adaptive software to provide both intervention and enrichment. Math Momentum requires students to work 2-4 hours per day and includes live lessons with a teacher and digital lessons that can be completed any time. High school students can choose from Algebra 1, Algebra 2 or Geometry.
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math)
This program combines STEM skills with the Arts to provide an engaging, hands-on experience for students. Students will be actively learning 2-4 hours per day and working with expert online teachers on projects and activities that build skills and curiosity.
ASU Prep Digital will also be offering their entire catalog of core and elective courses for grades 6-12 summer enrollment. Students will be actively learning 3-4 hours per day. Explore the full catalog to learn more.
Concurrent University Courses
Summer offers a great chance to take university courses and earn concurrent credit for both high school and college. This is the perfect way to explore the college experience, while earning valuable credits. Explore the full catalog to learn more.