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A learning program for children and adolescents (7 to 16 years) who are experiencing excessive fear and anxiety.
American Dream Academy Parent Education Program
The ADA Parent Education Program is based on curriculum developed by the Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) in California, which uses an intense, one-on-one contact model to create a community in which parents and teachers collaborate to transform each child’s educational environment at home and at school.
Ask a Biologist
Ask a Biologist is designed as an educational resource for students preK-12, and their teachers and parents.
The ASU Astronomy Fair is designed for children of the ASU community in kindergarten through fourth grade. Students will participate in supervised, hands-on activities that demonstrate the wonderful world of astronomy.
Astronomy Open House for all ages
Astronomy Open House is a free public event provided by the astronomy and geology graduate students at Arizona State University. All ages are welcome.
Sun Devil camps and clinics in basketball, baseball, softball, football, golf, swimming, diving, water polo, volleyball, soccer and wrestling.
Club ASU: Your open door to ASU
Club ASU Chapters are a unique and fun way for groups of young people to set a path for college. When five or more and an adult leader sign up to become a Chapter, you are instantly part of a network of chapter leaders and youth who also have big goals for their futures and are taking early steps to get there.
Hispanic Mother-Daughter Program
The ASU Hispanic Mother Daughter Program (HMDP) raises educational and career aspirations of Hispanic women. HMDP increases the number of first-generation Hispanic women who complete a bachelor’s degree by directly involving mothers in the educational process of their daughters.
Office of Youth Preparation
Providing academic support to preK-12 students through classroom programs, university programs, community programs and research programs.
Programs for Talented Youth
Programs for Talented Youth offers talented third through seventh grade students the opportunity to experience challenging courses from a variety of academic disciplines.
Summer Academy: preparing students for college success
Summer Academy is a 5-week summer academic program that helps prepare students for college success. Students can start classes early, earn college credits, and complete courses so that they can start out the fall semester on the right track
Transition and Parent Programs
ASU students and families are invited to attend Fall Welcome, Family Weekend and Spring Welcome to learn about all of the great things ASU has to offer.
Young Writers Program
Young Writers Program (YWP) is a 4th–12th grade arts-based, standard-aligned creative writing outreach program with a focus on serving underserved communities.