At SUCCESS Academy we provide motivated, focused, and diligent students the opportunity to engage in Early College experiences. Upon successful completion of our course sequence students have the opportunity to earn credit toward an Associate Degree with an emphasis in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics and their high school diploma. We have many students who complete both their Associate degree and high school diploma!
SUCCESS Academy is excited to have eager students willing to participate in this unique educational experience. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or feel free to ask for an information packet to be sent to you.
SUCCESS Academy is a public charter school. As such, SUCCESS Academy does not charge tuition to students who elect to participate in this exciting academic opportunity. Please remember, however, there may be some higher education costs associated with this experience. These costs may include books, application fee, and student/course fees. These collegiate fees are not subject to the Utah Fee Waiver guidelines. There may be some additional high school fees associated with this program. Students will pay fees similar in cost to any other Utah High School student.
In addition students may earn the New Century Scholarship that may contribute up to $5000 toward their next two years at a Utah Higher Education Institution. Please see the website for possible changes to this scholarship program.
“SUCCESS gave me the opportunity to have a head start by gaining knowledge in my interests, by learning how to prepare for higher education, and by developing a passion for learning. The hard work, diligence and skills I learned will help me in any challenge in the future! ”Samara Rangel -Class of 2016
“SUCCESS gave me the opportunity to focus on specific classes that helped prepare me for my future college career as well as gaining a better education overall.”Garrett Wood -Class of 2016
“SUCCESS is the best decision I have ever made. It has provided me with a wonderful education, college experience and introduced me to supportive peers and teachers.”Nathan Wallace -Class of 2016