K-12 education

Arizona State University offers children, families, K-12 teachers and school administrators a host of choices to study and learn - from online to campus, summer experiences to afterschool programs and charter schools. What interests you? It's probably happening at ASU.

Ask A Biologist is a web-based K-12 science education program that has, since 1997, excited the imagination and put learning in the hands of children, teachers, parents, home-schoolers and life-long learners.
ASU's Open Door (formerly Night of the Open Door) is a premiere STEAM event in the Valley with more than 360 interactive activities on five campuses, as part of the Arizona SciTech Festival in the spring.
ASU Prep Academy Charter Schools prepare students to partner with ASU researchers to develop real-world solutions to solve issues and create a better world. A new prep offering, ASU Prep Digital, now offers high school and university learning environments 100% online, including full-time or part-time classes.
ASU offers a range of K12 experiences for students, including after-school, summer and year-long programs for kids, resources for teachers and teacher training in STEM.
Graduate Partners in Science Education (GPSE) was established and is led by ASU graduate students who teach weekly after-school science lessons and projects in five middle schools in the Tempe and Phoenix areas.
The Gary K. Herberger Young Scholars Academy is a learning environment designed for highly gifted students in grades 7 to 12 located on the ASU's West campus.
Created at ASU, the NASA-funded Infiniscope project makes the vastness of space and space exploration inviting, accessible and interactive for educators and learners of all ages.
Arizona State University offers children, families, K-12 teachers, and school administrators a host of choices to study and learn - from online to campus, summer experiences to afterschool programs. What interests you? It's probably happening at ASU.
Young Engineers Shape the World is a two-year program that seeks to help high school students view engineering as a socially relevant profession.