What is ACE?
ACE is a scholarship program that gives eligible students the experience of taking college credit courses while still enrolled in high school. ACE empowers these high school students to achieve a higher education and success in life by learning the skills it takes to manage high school, attend college, and plan for a rewarding future.
ACE student achievements by the numbers
83% percent of ACE students who graduate from high school
76% percent of ACE students who attend post-secondary institutions after high school, both in and out of state
ACE students can earn 24 college credits by the time they graduate from high school. (Student schedules will vary according to individual placement test scores, needs and interests.)
ACE students have a 3.2 college GPA (B average)
Student applicants must possess one or more of the following characteristics to be eligible:
ACE Program 602-787-7163
Office of Student Development and Early Outreach – KSC 1200
Paradise Valley Community College
18401 North 32nd Street | Phoenix, AZ 85032