P.A.S.S. (Portable Assisted Study Sequence) is a nationally recognized program. In response to the educational needs of secondary migrant youth throughout Arizona, the Yuma Union High School District was selected by the Arizona Department of Education Migrant Division to house the state’s P.A.S.S. Program. The P.A.S.S. packets are similar to correspondence courses and are completed outside the regular school program. The primary objective of the P.A.S.S. Program is to enable credit deficient migrant and non-migrant students to accumulate credits toward graduation from specially designed competencybased courses that are aligned to Arizona academic standards. Also we can offer Credit Advancement for a total of two (2) credits. Students can earn one-half (½) credit for each correspondence course. A lifetime maximum of four (4) retrieval credits may be earned through the program. The Arizona Migrant P.A.S.S. Program is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.