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CAS PLTW Engineering Program named among top STEM programs in the country


The Center for Academic Success is proud to be part of the nation’s top high school engineering programs, Project Lead The Way (PLTW) which has been nationally recognized as one of just four high-quality STEM programs that are immediately scalable on a national level. Of the four programs selected, PLTW is the only in-school STEM curricular program for elementary, middle, and high school students and the only program offering a comprehensive professional development model for teachers. CAS began offering PLTW courses this school year starting with the Introduction to Engineering Design course being taught by Mr. Oh!

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Welcome to CAS Schools

 The Center for Academic Success is a tuition-free charter school with campuses in both Sierra Vista and Douglas Arizona. Our highly qualified teachers believe in small class sizes and individualized instruction utilizing modern technology in order to help each of our students succeed. We offer a safe and secure environment for your child, free before and after care enrichment programs, and free full hot, nutritious breakfast and lunches for all our students. CAS schools are recognized by the state as performing-plus and have a proven track record of success.

CAS is now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 school year. Wondering if CAS could be right for your student? Call or Stop-in today. We’d love to discuss enrollment possibilities with you.

Mission Statement: To provide a safe, secure basic skills environment where ALL students achieve sufficiently to insure success at the next level as they become responsible citizens.

How does CAS Compare to Other Local Schools?

We do well on standardized test scores, offer small class sizes, and have an average daily attendance rate of 96%. To view our AIMS scores by subject and year, please visit Arizona Department of Education’s AIMS comparison reports.  For more information on our district’s graduation rates and the new Arizona school letter grade reports, please view the Arizona Department of Education Report Cards.