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Online Learning Application

Online Learning Application

Ignite Your Journey...Apply Now for ASA Online Learning

Before You Begin the Application...

Please make sure to complete the student essay (requirements below) and have your latest transcript, and one of the following: SSAT, HSPT, ISEE test results ready to upload. Once you have completed your short essay, please proceed with the application. Thank you 🙂

View The Student Essay Requirements

All student applicants must write and upload a completed essay answering one question (or set of questions) from each of the below 3 lists of prompts.

You can use any document program, such as Microsoft Word or Google Docs to write your essay. Save the file to your computer and you will upload on the last page of the application.

Please answer every question within the selected prompt. A minimum of one complete paragraph response for each selected prompt is required.

Write about others.

  1. Who do you admire? If you were to develop a Mount Rushmore of the 21st Century, which four individuals would be represented? What characteristics or skills do they have that warrant your selection?
  2. Tell us about a fictional character in literature, comic books, film or television that you admire. What are the traits that this individual exhibits that make them worthy of your admiration?
  3. Describe a family tradition and why it is meaningful or important to you and your family.

Write about yourself.

  1. What is the relationship between your life in school and your life outside of school? Tell us about your best experience in school and your best experience out of school. What made each of them the best?
  2. Of all of the things you are learning, what do you think will be the most useful when you are an adult?
  3. What activity/interest or accomplishment are you most proud of and why?

Write a little more about yourself.

  1. Who are you? You’re writing the story of your life so far. What’s the title? Why?
  2. If your family had its own flag, what would be on it? If you had your own personal flag, would it be different from your family’s flag? In what way?
  3. Describe something you’re hoping for, and discuss the obstacles or difficulties that must be overcome if this goal is to be achieved, either by you or by others.

Now Accepting Online Learning Applications for the 2025 School Year

Our 15-acre campus is breaking ground, with in-person
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Mesa, AZ 85212

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