Top reasons international students
choose ASU Prep Digital

U.S. college prep

Prepare for a U.S. university with English language immersion and collaboration with U.S. students.

Bigger impact, better life

Seize the opportunity to improve your life and impact your community.

U.S. college credit

Take college level courses and earn credit from ASU.

ASU Prep Digital — international

This is your chance to earn a U.S. high school diploma and get a head start on the path towards a U.S. university and a better life. This fully online, secondary school allows you to work from anywhere in the world, on your schedule. It’s a flexible, personalized option for those students who want to attend a top-tier U.S university, but aren’t ready to move to the U.S just yet.

  • College prep curriculum

    Become a global thinker and leader prepared for the world’s best universities when you study in our rigorous international curriculum.

  • College credit

    Seize the opportunity to take Arizona State University courses as part of your high school experience and earn college credit along with your high school diploma. It’s your chance to test drive a variety of college majors and potential career paths. You can even get a sense for ASU campus life through summer camps and internships.

  • Collaboration

    Connect with students and teachers all over the world using the latest learning technologies from ASU. Class discussions take place using online audio, video and text tools.

  • Personalized instruction

    Learn from experienced, highly qualified online teachers. Your assigned instructor and personal success coach for each course will provide one-on-one feedback via email, text, phone or video chat.

  • Learning success coaches

    Stay on track thanks to guidance and encouragement from your personal success coach. You and your assigned coach will work closely with teachers and family on a plan to achieve your goals.

  • Adaptive learning technologies

    Work at your own pace. Our online program adapts to meet your individual needs.

  • Personal Applications of Learning (PALs)

    Apply lessons to real world situations during your PALs experiential activities. These lab sessions, apprenticeships, and collaboration with community, university and business partners will help deepen your understanding through experiences outside the virtual classroom.

  • College planning

    Create personalized pathways that align to university admission and use me3, an interactive tool to connect your career interests to college majors, then design your high school experience to make it happen. Along the way, you’ll build a portfolio of work that will help you get ahead of the competition.

  • Leadership and entrepreneurship

    Work through course projects infused with activities designed to identify and improve leadership skills and foster your entrepreneurial spirit. These projects will showcase your skills and set you apart as a student leader.

Typical day of an international student

Students graduate with an average of 12 U.S. college credits. 1- Review plan with success coach. 2- Watch videos. Read articles. Design something. 3- Live lesson with teacher. 4- Make your own schedule. 5- Review materials. Master skills. 6- Collaborate with peers on a project. 7- Practice language on a virtual field trip. 8- Try out some college majors. 9- Plan your path to get there. - Prep for college. Prep for careers. Prep for life.

Students graduate with an average of 12 U.S. college credits.

  1. Review plan with success coach.
  2. Watch videos. Read articles. Design something.
  3. Live lesson with teacher.
  4. Make your own schedule.
  5. Review materials. Master skills.
  6. Collaborate with peers on a project.
  7. Practice language on a virtual field trip.
  8. Try out some college majors.
  9. Plan your path to get there.

Prep for college. Prep for careers. Prep for life.