AP completed construction Ridgeview College Preparatory High School in San Tan Valley, Arizona. The two-story 37,700-square-foot building, at 1645 West Skyline Dr., features 19 modern classrooms including specially equipped art, biology, and chemistry classrooms, as well as a computer lab, dance studio, and cafeteria/ auditorium space with a serving area and stage platform. The school also features administrative offices, a conference room, and a teachers’ lounge with a kitchen.
Ridgeview College Preparatory High School is a tuition-free, public charter school designed to help students get an early start on college, trade school, or other forms of career-focused relevant learning. Classes are led by highly qualified educators in collaborative learning spaces inside and outside the classroom.
“AP is pleased to complete Ridgeview College Preparatory High School and help the school’s mission to prepare students in San Tan, Queen Creek, Florence, and Mesa for success in college and careers beyond high school,” said Robert Cortazzo, President of AP Southwest.