Learn Online

SACA Students can now choose to complete their educational plan through our Online Academy. Students have the opportunity to learn 24/7 on their own computer with access to support from our Online Eagles Help Desk,
  • Monday through Thursday: 7:00am to 5:00pm
  • Friday: 7:00am to 1:00pm
  • Saturday: 8:00am to 12:00pm

From the SACA Online Student Launch Pad, students can now
  • complete their coursework from the various curricula SACA provides,
  • participate in our Microsoft IT Academy learning program online,
  • check their hours, test scores and grades,
  • as well as participate in our Internal Eagle Network for Clubs and Extracurricular Activities, should they choose to do so.

The same outstanding level of instruction, commitment, support and leadership is available through our SACA online program. The true essence of SACA is our unique community, and through our Online Academy, we are elated to now expand our network of students and families that we may serve.

Learn On-Site

SACA Students can choose to complete their educational plan on-site at the Academy. Centrally located at 2470 North Tucson Boulevard in Tucson, Arizona, students have the opportunity to learn on campus:
  • Monday through Thursday: 7:00am to 5:00pm
  • Friday: 7:00am to 1:00pm
  • Saturday: 8:00am to 12:00pm

Our Academy has a library setting in two large classrooms separated by content areas: The East Classroom is home to our Mathematics, Science + Technology studies The West Classroom is home to our Humanities, Language Arts, Social Studies and Future Center. SACA’s classroom learning environment is encouraging, inviting, stimulating and secure. Due to the flexible scheduling, the maximum number of students working in the classrooms at the Academy at any one time is about 120-140 students with 10-12 instructors.

Learn On-Site and Online

Another truly unique aspect of SACA is that we provide our students with the rare opportunity to choose to learn On-site + Online. With our Hybrid learning model, students can select to study from home and if they decide they would like additional assistance or access to our extracurricular coursework, such as our Music Division, students can come to campus and learn on-site as much as they would like as well. Instructor interactions with students both on-site and online, promote the establishment of trusting and caring relationships. The instructors serve as mentors by holding high expectations for students; encouraging student-owned responsibility, integrity and achievement; and serving as positive role models.