Best high schools in the phoenix area
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Public schools in Phoenix Arizona have earned strong reputations for both academic and extracurricular programs. With 58 school districts in three metropolitan Phoenix counties there are plenty of educational options for those relocating to Phoenix.
The following is an overview of public school in Phoenix Arizona. For comprehensive information on each district, contact the Arizona Department of Education, at , or visit www. Established in , the Agua Fria school district serves 6, students in grades in the communities of Litchfield, Goodyear, Avondale, Buckeye and part of Glendale. A fifth high school is scheduled pending final decision of the Arizona School Facilities Board. Founded in , the Alhambra Elementary District serves more than 14, students in 15 schools from grades K Founded in , the Balsz Elementary District in Maricopa County covers six square miles east of downtown Phoenix and serves 2, students in grades K The Chandler Unified District, located in the southeastern part of the Phoenix metropolitan area, serves 40, students in grades K Students spend half their day at EVIT and the other half at their regular high school, earning elective credit in 35 occupation-specific programs.
Founded in , the Glendale Union High School District encompasses 60 square miles and serves 20, students from Phoenix and Glendale. The Isaac Elementary District, which covers 6.
Founded more than years ago, the Littleton Elementary District, located in Maricopa County, serves over 6, students in grades K Located about 35 miles from downtown Phoenix, the Nadaburg Unified District serves students in grades K from the rural community of Wittman and parts of northwest Surprise and Peoria.
Originally founded in to serve students from Tonto Basin, the Osborn Elementary District serves 3, students in grades K The fourth-largest public school district in Arizona, the Paradise Valley Unified District, located across 98 square miles of northeast metropolitan Phoenix, serves some 42, students in grades K The Riverside Elementary District, located west of the Phoenix metro area, serves students in grades K The Tempe Elementary School District covers 36 square miles — including Tempe, parts of Phoenix and the town of Guadalupe — and serves 14, students in grades K Organized in , the Tolleson Elementary District is located about 10 miles west of downtown Phoenix, and serves 2, students in grades K-8 from Tolleson, parts of southwest Phoenix and the northeast section of the city of Avondale.
The Tolleson Union High School District, founded in , covers just over 10 square miles and serves some 11, students in grades The Union Elementary District, also in Tolleson and located about 25 miles west of downtown Phoenix, serves 2, students in grades K The Washington Elementary School District, the largest elementary district in Arizona, serves more than 29, students in grades K Formed in to enhance career and technical education CTE opportunities for high school students, the West-MEC Maricopa Education Center is a public school district that has partnerships with 12 school districts in Maricopa County.
Public Schools in Phoenix Arizona. Phoenix School District Ratings. Eliseo Felix Jr. Way Avondale, AZ www. Aguila Elementary — District 63 P. Box Aguila, AZ www. Alhambra Elementary — District 68 N. Aguila, AZ www. Western Ave Avondale, AZ www. Balsz Elementary — District 31 E. Roosevelt St Phoenix, AZ www. Buckeye Elementary — District 33 W. Durango Buckeye, AZ www. Narramore Ave Buckeye, AZ www.
Cartwright Elementary — District 83 W. Indian School Rd. Phoenix, AZ www. Cave Creek Unified — District 93 P. Box N. Chandler Unified — District 80 Dr.
Camille Casteel, superintendent W. Frye Rd Chandler, AZ www. Creighton Elementary — District 14 E. Flower St Phoenix, AZ www. Dysart Unified — District 89 N. Parkview Pl Surprise, AZ www. Main St Mesa, AZ www. Fowler Elementary — District 45 S. Gila Bend Unified — District 24 N. Gilbert Unified — District 41 S.
Gilbert Rd Gilbert, AZ www. Glendale Elementary — District 40 N. Higley Unified — District 60 S. Recker Rd Gilbert, AZ www. Isaac Elementary — District 5 W.
Kyrene Elementary — District 28 S. Kyrene Rd Tempe, AZ www. Laveen Elementary — District 59 W. Dobbins Road Laveen, AZ www. Liberty Elementary — District 25 W. Fremont Rd Buckeye, AZ www. Litchfield Park, AZ www. Littleton Elementary — District 65 S. Madison Elementary — District 38 N. Central Ave. Suite Phoenix, AZ www. Mobile Elementary — District 86 Dr. Kit Wood, superintendent S. Murphy Elementary — District 21 W. Buckeye Rd Phoenix, AZ www. Osborn Elementary — District 8 W.
Osborn Rd Phoenix, AZ www. Palo Verde Elementary — District 49 S. Paloma Elementary — District 94 U. Paradise Valley Unified — District 69 N. Pendergast Elementary — District 92 Dr.
Ron Richards, superintendent N. Peoria Unified — District 11 W. Thunderbird Rd Glendale, AZ www. Phoenix Elementary — District 1 N. Central Ave Phoenix, AZ www. Riverside Elementary — District 2 Dr. Jaime Rivera, superintendent S. Roosevelt Elementary — District 66 S. Saddle Mountain Unified — District 90 W. Scottsdale Unified School — District 48 E. Jackrabbit Rd. Scottsdale, AZ www. Sentinel Elementary — District 71 W. Tempe Elementary — District 3 S.
Rural Rd Tempe, AZ www. Guadalupe Rd Tempe, AZ www. Tolleson Elementary — District 17 W. Van Buren Tolleson, AZ www.
Union Elementary — District 62 S. Washington Elementary School — District 6 Dr.