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Full-time high school students can take all of their courses with us and earn a diploma. They can also take concurrent university courses and accelerate their path to college and careers.
Part-time students may take one or two online courses with us while attending another school. These can be high school, university or concurrent courses where students earn both high school and university credit.
We’re an online K–12 school, so you can study on your schedule and leave time each day for the things you’re passionate about.
We’re also a world class university, so you can work at your own pace and take university courses that give you both high school and college credit. This puts you on an accelerated path toward your college major or career.
We are a college prep school with the expectation all students graduate and earn college credit while in high school. Every student can succeed, and we’ll help you design a path to reach your goals no matter where you start from.
Join one of our ASU Prep Digital students as she takes you on a tour of a typical course. You’ll walk through daily lessons and activities, testing, gradebook, live lessons and more. You can also get a tour from a parent or teacher perspective.Two-Minute Course Tours
Online Teachers provide direct instruction and progress monitoring via live group webinars, one-on-one video chats, phone calls, text and emails.
Success Coaches provide mentoring and support as well as assist students with college and career goal setting.
University Professors create course materials, deliver recorded video lessons and provide help during online office hours.
Families provide an essential role in our student success and are actively involved in developing and monitoring Individualized Learning Plans.
We have been extremely pleased with the support and communication from teachers/staff as well. They seem to have a genuine concern and a keen insight on what the students need
I find it helpful that instructors post their lesson recordings and offer support sessions as well. If a student chooses to apply his/herself then ASU’s program will help them be successful. The teachers’ classrooms are set up well and have the weekly agenda that assignments set for each day. The assignments are also easily accessible and very visible.
Most of the time school is memorizing the book and putting it down on paper. I want to use critical thinking and hone in on the reason why.
I’m not an outgoing person but after learning more about this program I think it would be a good idea to push myself.
The support structure (Learning Success Coaches) held my boys accountable, keeping their learning on track. The asynchronous learning model allowed my boys to learn when they were prepared to learn, not bound to the rigid schedule of a brick and mortar school.
We chose ASU Prep Digital for our two high school boys because of the comprehensive content offered by the ASU Prep Digital high school program.
Absolutely not! While your curriculum is based online, you will complete offline activities such as lab work, research, reading, and collaboration with community, university and business partners to help deepen your understanding through experiences that engage you outside the virtual classroom.
This depends on you, your schedule, and how you best learn. While you'll have a pace chart that guides what work is due weekly, it's up to you to structure your days. You may find yourself working in a course, attending live lessons, doing offline research and participating in student clubs. There are countless opportunities and ways to tailor your schedule.
While you will attend online classes with peers throughout the world, you will also have face-to-face opportunities in your community through academic and social events. To get a detailed look at a day-in-the life of our students, check out the student story videos.Student Stories
Nope, it doesn’t work that way at ASU Prep Digital. While your teachers will plan specific times to meet with students to conduct live lessons, collaborate, or host tutoring sessions, your day starts and ends when YOU decide. To meet the rigor and demands of a college prep curriculum, a typical full-time student spends approximately 30 hours per week engaged in courses.
Some students love this freedom while others may struggle to figure out a groove. Don’t worry...you will have your very own Learning Success Coach to help you every step of the way.