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2 MISSION STATEMENT The mission of AAEC is to prepare young adults for excellence in academics, social responsibility, and industry employability by becoming lifetime learners. The mission of AAEC is to prepare young adults for excellence in academics, social responsibility, and industry employability by becoming lifetime learners.

3 ACADEMIC GOALS Every AAEC student will be successful at earning concurrent high school and community college credit. Every AAEC student will be successful at earning concurrent high school and community college credit. An increasing number of AAEC students will complete a college Associates degree concurrently with their high school certificate. An increasing number of AAEC students will complete a college Associates degree concurrently with their high school certificate. Every AAEC student will meet the minimum requirements to be admitted to a four year post secondary institution. Every AAEC student will meet the minimum requirements to be admitted to a four year post secondary institution.

4 EDUCATION EVOLVED Independent public high school Independent public high school True college preparatory curriculum True college preparatory curriculum Wide range of classes from which to pick Wide range of classes from which to pick Unique experience Unique experience

5 EDUCATION EVOLVED Established 1997 Established 1997 Linda Proctor Downing Linda Proctor Downing 20 years in education and administration 20 years in education and administration Founded South Mountain Campus focused on Agribusiness and Equine Sciences Founded South Mountain Campus focused on Agribusiness and Equine Sciences Since then, we have expanded and EVOLVED Since then, we have expanded and EVOLVED

6 Evolution of AAEC 5 Campuses 5 Campuses Each specializing in unique field of study Each specializing in unique field of study South Mountain / South Mtn. Community College South Mountain / South Mtn. Community College Paradise Valley / Paradise Valley Community College Paradise Valley / Paradise Valley Community College Red Mountain / Mesa Community College Red Mountain / Mesa Community College Estrella Mountain/ Estrella Mtn. Community College Estrella Mountain/ Estrella Mtn. Community College Prescott Valley/ Yavapai Community College Prescott Valley/ Yavapai Community College

7 College Prep College Prep Courses aligned with State Standards as well as University Entrance Standards Courses aligned with State Standards as well as University Entrance Standards Students well prepared for college life Students well prepared for college life Develop individual education plans for a rewarding career Develop individual education plans for a rewarding career Guided smoothly from high school to community college to university Guided smoothly from high school to community college to university Concurrent College Enrollment Maricopa Community Colleges Maricopa Community Colleges South Mountain South Mountain Mesa Community Mesa Community Paradise Valley Paradise Valley Estrella Mountain Estrella Mountain Yavapai College Yavapai College

8 Concurrent Enrollment in College Student may enroll in college class Student may enroll in college class Qualify with pretest Qualify with pretest Schedule classes through AAEC Schedule classes through AAEC AAEC pays for the college classes AAEC pays for the college classes Student must achieve a C or better Student must achieve a C or better Opportunity to graduate high school with A.A. degree Opportunity to graduate high school with A.A. degree Will now enter University as a Junior Will now enter University as a Junior College tuition savings of up to $30,000 College tuition savings of up to $30,000

9 Typical Freshman Year Fall Semester Fall Semester Algebra 1 Algebra 1 Intro to Ag Science Intro to Ag Science World Geography World Geography English 1 English 1 Methods of Inquiry Methods of Inquiry Reading Enrichment Reading Enrichment Electives Electives Horsemanship Horsemanship Vet Science Vet Science Etc. Etc. Spring Semester Spring Semester Algebra 1 Intro to Ag Science World Geography English 1 Methods of Inquiry Reading Enrichment CPD 150 Career, Personal Development Class Electives

10 Typical Sophomore Year Fall Semester Fall Semester Geometry Geometry Biology Biology English 2 English 2 World History World History SPA 101/SLG 101 SPA 101/SLG 101 MHL 143/ART 111 MHL 143/ART 111 Electives Electives Equine Science Equine Science Vet Science Vet Science Horsemanship Horsemanship etc etc Spring Semester Spring Semester Geometry Biology English 2 World History SPA 102/SLG 102 MHL 153/ARH 102 Electives Equine Science Vet Science Horsemanship etc

11 Typical Junior Year Fall Semester Fall Semester Algebra 2/MAT142 Algebra 2/MAT142 Chemistry Chemistry US/AZ History US/AZ History English 3a English 3a PSY 101 PSY 101 COM 100 COM 100 ENG 101 (with Approval) ENG 101 (with Approval) (College Courses dependent on student needs and AA) Fall Semester Fall Semester Algebra 2/MAT150/187 Chemistry US/AZ History English 3a SOC 101 ASB 102 ENG 102 (College Courses dependent on student needs and AA)

12 Typical Senior Year Government Government English 4 English 4 Adv Math/MAT220 Adv Math/MAT220 BIO 181/CHM 151 BIO 181/CHM 151 College electives (6-8 Credits) College electives (6-8 Credits) Economics Economics English 4 English 4 Adv Math/MAT 231 Adv Math/MAT 231 BIO 182/CHM 152 BIO 182/CHM 152 College Electives (6-8 credits) College Electives (6-8 credits)

13 So what can you have at the End? Following this plan a student would graduate with Following this plan a student would graduate with 22 HS Credits 22 HS Credits Qualified to go to ANY University in the State and Most of the Country Qualified to go to ANY University in the State and Most of the Country 40+ Transferrable College Credits 40+ Transferrable College Credits Possibly an AA/AS Possibly an AA/AS How Much can I save? How Much can I save?

14 Cost of Education Academic Year: 2007-08 Campus: Tempe Residency: Arizona Resident Type of Student: Undergraduate Academic Year: 2007-08 Campus: Tempe Residency: Arizona Resident Type of Student: Undergraduate

15 ADVANTAGES of AAEC CHOICE OF CLASSES Agribusiness Agribusiness Bioscience Bioscience Scientific Research Scientific Research Equine Sciences Equine Sciences Veterinarian Science Veterinarian Science And many more from college! And many more from college! Students are motivated by their interests and given the opportunity to pursue those interests! Students are motivated by their interests and given the opportunity to pursue those interests!

16 ADVANTAGES of AAEC NCA Accredited NCA Accredited Excelling or Highly Performing Schools Excelling or Highly Performing Schools High AIMS / TERRA NOVA Results High AIMS / TERRA NOVA Results Highly Qualified Staff Highly Qualified Staff

17 AIMS MATH SCORES

18 AIMS READING SCORES

19 AIMS WRITING SCORES

20 ADVANTAGES of AAEC

21 Safe and Secure campus Safe and Secure campus Strict policy on drugs, violence, and bullying or intimidation Strict policy on drugs, violence, and bullying or intimidation Students accepting responsibility for own education; part of the decision making process and taking ownership Students accepting responsibility for own education; part of the decision making process and taking ownership

22 ADVANTAGES of AAEC TUITION FREE COLLEGE CLASSES TUITION FREE COLLEGE CLASSES PERSONALIZED EDUCATION PLANS PERSONALIZED EDUCATION PLANS CHOICE CHOICE COLLEGE CREDIT COLLEGE CREDIT INTERESTING ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES INTERESTING ACADEMIC OPPORTUNITIES SMALL CAMPUS SMALL CAMPUS 55 MINUTE PERIODS, 5 DAYS A WEEK 55 MINUTE PERIODS, 5 DAYS A WEEK SPECIAL TUTORING FOR AIMS MATH, READING, AND WRITING SPECIAL TUTORING FOR AIMS MATH, READING, AND WRITING SAT PREPERATION FOR SELECT STUDENTS SAT PREPERATION FOR SELECT STUDENTS Preparation Preparation

23 AAEC Red Mountain AAEC Red Mountain 2165 N Power Rd Mesa, AZ 85215 (480) 854-1504 (480) 854-3564 fax Matthew Littlefield- Principal mlittlefield@aaechighschools.com

24 AAEC South Mountain AAEC South Mountain 2002 E. Baseline Rd Phoenix, AZ 85042 (602) 323-9890 (602) 323- 9891 fax llafontain@aaechighschools.com Linda LaFontain- Principal

25 AAEC Paradise Valley AAEC Paradise Valley 17811 N. 32 nd Street Phoenix, AZ 85032 (602) 569-1101 dgray@aaechighschools.com Dennis Gray, Principal

26 AAEC Estrella Mountain AAEC Estrella Mountain 3400 N Dysart Ave Avondale, AZ85392 623-535-0754 Dr. Mona Ramirez- Principal rramirez@aaechighschools.com

27 AAEC Prescott Valley AAEC Prescott Valley Location to Be Announced Opening Fall 2011 CJ Williams- Principal cwilliams@aaechighschools.com (602) 297-8500

28 AAEC District Office: District Office: 3636 N Central Ave., Ste. 850 Phoenix, AZ 85012 602.297.8500 www.aaechighschools.com


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