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The percentage of West Valley Middle School students on free and reduced lunch assistance (17.6%) is significantly lower than the state average of 61.6%. This may indicate that the area has a lower level of poverty than the state average.

Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130% and 185% of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals. Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts. Students from families with incomes at or below 130% of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

For 2014, a family of two needs to make an annual income below $20,449 to be eligible for free meals or below $29,100 for reduced price meals. A family of four needs to make an annual income below $31,005 for free meals or $44,122 for reduced price meals.

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West Valley school prepares high school students for aviation jobs

GLENDALE – Officials at the Central Campus of Western Maricopa Education Center have slowly grown one of their programs to train students for one of Arizona’s most in-demand careers: aviation.

High school students at West-MEC can get their federal aviation licenses and certificates after completing a career technical education program while still in school.

The state’s aviation industry contributes more than $38 billion to the economy, according to the Arizona Commerce Authority. It also employs more than 470,000 people.

A plane sits at Glendale Municipal Airport. (Photo by Justin McDuffie/Cronkite News)

Tama Mohelnitzky, an aviation maintenance instructor at West-MEC, described the program as intense, but fun.

“They’re going to learn a lot,” she said.

Mohelnitzky has worked in the aviation field for more than 30 years, and she shares her experience with her students.

“They will learn tools,” she said. “They will learn everything about an airplane that makes an airplane fly. How it flies, why it flies, the physics of it, all about the engine, all about the hydraulics system, about the landing gear, everything about the airplane. They’re going to learn how it works.”

Students in the aviation and avionics program were restoring the Hiller Raven helicopter, which was flown by 1st Lt. Frank Luke Jr., the namesake of Luke Air Force Base. Once the students restore the helicopter, officials will house it in the 1st Lt. Frank Luke Jr. Memorial Museum in Litchfield Park.

“What it gives the students is the opportunity to make something that is as close as to being airworthy as can possibly be,” Mohelnitzky said. “Plus, (they) learn all about a helicopter and how it’s put together, including the engine, the cyclic and all of the control services.”

Melissa Coggin started the program her junior year of high school and is now taking the avionics program as an adult.

“Whether you’re going to end up using it professionally or not, you have a much better understanding of how things work – both, you know, on the aircraft and just generally on that manufacturing level,” she said.

Students apply during their sophomore year in high school. If accepted, they must complete nearly 2,000 hours of training, Central Campus Principal Troy Gabaldon said.

Источник: https://cronkitenews.azpbs.org/2018/01/03/west-valley-high-school-aviation-jobs/

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AVONDALE — The concrete walkways have yet to be poured, shelves for library books haven’t been erected and work stations in the science labs need to be installed, but much of the work is complete on St. John Paul II High School. Within a month, the halls of the far West Valley’s first Catholic high school will be filled with the sound of teenage students eager to learn and have fun with their classmates while growing in their faith.

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“It really is (exciting),” said Matthew Gonzales, the school’s director of admissions and marketing, during a July 11 tour of the nearly finished building. “To be in the building, to see the walls, the paint, the floor, it’s like, it’s really happening.”

St. John Paul II Catholic High School
Grand Opening

When: 6 p.m., Aug. 21
Where: 3120 N 137th Ave., Avondale (map)

All are invited to the dedication of the new St. John Paul II Catholic High School by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted. A reception will follow immediately.

RSVP by Aug. 14 to:

[email protected]
jp2catholic.org

Planned to handle the area’s rapidly expanding Catholic population, especially among Hispanics, the school will open for classes Aug. 13 and host a grand opening Aug. 21, during which it will be blessed by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted. During the tour, the silent, nearly complete facility stood in dramatic contrast to the atmosphere that will overtake it in a few weeks, but the enthusiasm bubbled over from Gonzales and Fr. Fernando Camou, the school’s chaplain, as they discussed the new facility.

“It’s exciting to think our whole mission is to bring the children into a greater awareness of the Lord and how the Church teaches the Eucharist is the source and summit not just of our faith but all Christian activity,” said Fr. Camou. “So, all our activity, whether it’s learning, sports, plays or something else, it all has its source and its completion in the Eucharist.

Occupying 107,000 square feet on the 23-acre tract the diocese purchased a number of years ago next to the existing St. Thomas Aquinas Parish and School, the new high school will feature 23 classrooms, five science labs, three dual classrooms that include a movable partition, a chapel, band and choir room, drama and dance studio, gym, cafeteria, staff offices, patio, library and full-time media room.

Behind the scenes tour with Sr. Mary Jordan

Tuition will include books, something Gonzales noted not all schools offer. Students will be furnished with Google Chrome books, a laptop centered around Google applications.

The school began accepting student applications last October, and Gonzales said it expects to open its doors to between 150 and 200 freshmen and sophomores in the first year. As those classes advance as juniors and seniors, more underclassmen will arrive, giving St. John Paul II its first graduating class in spring 2021. By that time, Gonzales said, the student body is expected to be around 1,000.

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The current structure along with the gymnasium is the first of four phases of building. Next will come outdoor athletic fields, followed by a practice gym and additional classrooms, and finally an auditorium.

St. John Paul II will be operated by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia. The order has over 150 years’ experience in Catholic education and presently serves in 45 schools. Principal Sr. Mary Jordan Hoover, OP, has 20 years administrative experience in Catholic schools. She is being joined by three other Dominican nuns and a lay staff of 12-15.

The influence of Dominican spirituality is evident throughout the high school.

For example, the hallways were built as wide as possible, a feature intended to foster community and human dignity.

“Even the stairwells are wide so people can be walking back and forth without feeling like they’re going to cram,” said Fr. Camou. “Sister believes a student should be able to bump into his friends and say, ‘Oh, hey how you doin’?’ and have a conversation without having to crunch. Also, tighter spaces are not as safe.”

Perhaps the most innovative aspect of the “community” approach, though, will be the use of a “house” system to group students for intra-school competition and service projects. Introduced by Sr. Mary Jordan at her previous school — St. John Paul the Great in northeastern Virginia — and already in place at Seton Catholic Preparatory in Chandler, the system arranges lockers by “households” instead of grade levels or specific activities. Students, including siblings, are placed in a “house” all four years.

Meet the patron saints of each house

“It’s a family identity,” added Fr. Camou. “They learn to mentor one another; younger ones look up to older ones. There is this real sense of fellowship not by class but across grades, interest groups. That’s the very Catholic vision of community.”

Or, as Sr. Mary Jordan said during the school’s groundbreaking more than a year and a half ago:

“We are building more than a building — we are building a culture.”

Источник: https://www.catholicsun.org/2018/08/05/its-really-happening-west-valleys-first-catholic-high-school-set-for-start-of-classes-in-august/

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List of high schools in Arizona

This is a list of high schools in the state of Arizona.

Apache County[edit]

  • Chinle High School, Chinle
  • Ganado High School, Ganado
  • Many Farms High School, Many Farms
  • New Visions Academy (St. Johns campus), St. Johns
  • Red Mesa High School, Teec Nos Pos
  • Red Valley/Cove High School, Red Valley
  • Rock Point Community School, Rock Point
  • Rough Rock Community School, Chinle
  • Round Valley High School, Eagar
  • St. Johns High School, St. Johns
  • St. Michael High School, St. Michaels
  • Valley High School, Sanders
  • Window Rock High School, Fort Defiance

Cochise County[edit]

  • Benson High School, Benson
  • Bisbee High School, Bisbee
  • Bowie High School, Bowie
  • Buena High School, Sierra Vista
  • Douglas High School, Douglas
  • PPEP High School-Colin L. Powell Learning Center, Sierra Vista
  • PPEP High School-Raul H. Castro Learning Center, Douglas
  • St. David High School, St. David
  • San Simon High School, San Simon
  • Tombstone High School, Tombstone
  • Valley Union High School, Elfrida
  • Willcox High School, Willcox

Coconino County[edit]

Flagstaff[edit]

Elsewhere in county[edit]

Gila County[edit]

Graham County[edit]

Greenlee County[edit]

La Paz County[edit]

Maricopa County[edit]

Anthem[edit]

Avondale[edit]

Buckeye[edit]

Chandler[edit]

Gilbert[edit]

Glendale[edit]

Laveen[edit]

Mesa[edit]

Peoria[edit]

Phoenix[edit]

Queen Creek[edit]

Scottsdale[edit]

Surprise[edit]

Tempe[edit]

Elsewhere in county[edit]

  • Arizona Agribusiness west valley high school az Equine Center, multiple locations
  • Canyon View High School, Waddell
  • Cactus Shadows High School, Cave Creek
  • Desert Edge High School, Goodyear
  • Dysart High School, El Mirage
  • e-Institute, multiple locations
  • Estrella Foothills High School, Goodyear
  • Fountain Hills High School, Fountain Hills
  • Gila Bend High School, Gila Bend
  • Millennium High School, Goodyear
  • Phoenix Country Day School, Paradise Valley
  • Sonoran Desert School, Gold Canyon
  • Tolleson Union High School, Tolleson
  • Tonopah Valley High School, Tonopah
  • Wickenburg High School, Wickenburg
  • La Joya Community High School, Tolleson

Mohave County[edit]

  • Beaver Dam High School, Beaver Dam
  • El Capitan, Colorado City
  • Kingman Academy of Learning, Kingman
  • Kingman High School, Kingman
  • Lake Havasu High School, Lake Havasu City
  • Lee Williams High School, Kingman
  • Mohave Accelerated Learning Center, Bullhead City
  • Mohave High School, Bullhead City
  • Mount Tipton School, Dolan Springs
  • River Valley High School, Mohave Valley

Navajo County[edit]

  • Alchesay High School, Whiteriver
  • Blue Ridge High School, Lakeside
  • Cibecue Community School (Dishchii'bikoh), Cibecue
  • Holbrook High School, Holbrook
  • Hopi Junior/Senior High School, Keams Canyon
  • Jefferson Academy, Show West valley high school az City High School, Joseph City
  • Mogollon High School, Heber
  • Monument Valley High School, Kayenta
  • Piñon Community School, Piñon
  • Pinon High School, Piñon
  • Shonto Preparatory Technology High School, Shonto
  • Show Low High School, Show Low
  • Snowflake High School, Snowflake
  • Winslow High School, Winslow

Pima County[edit]

Marana[edit]

Oro Valley[edit]

Sahuarita[edit]

Sells[edit]

Tucson[edit]

Vail[edit]

Elsewhere in county[edit]

Pinal County[edit]

Casa Grande[edit]

Coolidge[edit]

Queen Creek[edit]

San Tan Valley[edit]

Elsewhere in county[edit]

Santa Cruz County[edit]

Yavapai County[edit]

  • Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center (Prescott Valley branch)
  • Ash Fork High School, Ash Fork
  • Bagdad High School, Bagdad
  • Bradshaw Mountain High School, Prescott Valley
  • Camp Verde High School, Camp Verde
  • Canyon View Preparatory Academy, Prescott Valley
  • Chino Valley High School, Chino Valley
  • Kestrel High School, Prescott
  • Mayer High School, Mayer
  • Mingus Mountain Academy, Prescott Valley
  • Mingus Union High School, Cottonwood
  • Oak Creek Ranch West valley high school az, Cornville
  • The Orme School, Orme
  • Prescott High School, Prescott
  • Rimrock Public High School, Rimrock
  • Sedona Red Rock High School, Sedona
  • Sedona Sky Academy, Rimrock
  • Seligman High School, West valley high school az Academy, Rimrock
  • Spring Ridge Academy, Spring Valley
  • Tri-City College Prep High School, Prescott
  • Verde Valley School, Sedona
  • Yavapai County High School, Prescott Valley

Yuma County[edit]

  • Antelope Union High School, Wellton
  • Aztec High School, Yuma
  • Carpe Diem e-Learning Community, Yuma
  • Cibola High School, Yuma
  • Gila Ridge High School, Yuma
  • Kofa High School, Yuma
  • PPEP High School-Cesar Chavez Learning Center, San Luis
  • PPEP High School-Jose Yepez Learning Center, Somerton
  • San Luis High School, San Luis
  • Vista Alternative High School, Yuma
  • Yuma Catholic High School, Yuma
  • Yuma High School, Yuma

Defunct schools[edit]

Schools in this section are listed with their years of closure in parentheses.

  • Alhambra College Preparatory High School, Phoenix (2011)
  • Calli Ollin High School, Tucson (2010)
  • Carver High School (also known as Phoenix Union Colored High School), Phoenix (Black; 1954)
  • Catalina Mountain School, Tucson (2011)
  • Clarkdale High School, Clarkdale (1951)
  • Clifton High School, Clifton (2012)
  • Cottonwood High School, Cottonwood (1958; consolidated into Mingus Union High School)
  • East High School, Phoenix (1985)
  • Gerard Catholic High School, Phoenix (1989)
  • Gila Preparatory Academy, Safford (2011)
  • Guadalupe Regional High School (also known as Guadalupe Satellite at Compadre High School), Guadalupe (2007)
  • Jerome High School, Jerome (1951)
  • Jess Schwartz Jewish Community High School, Phoenix (2011)
  • Jokake School for Girls, Scottsdale (1945)
  • Judson School, Scottsdale (2000)
  • Litchfield Park High School, Litchfield Park west valley high school az moved to Avondale and became Agua Fria High School)
  • McNary High School, McNary (1980)
  • Mesa Central High School/Mesa Vo-Tech High School, Mesa (1991)
  • Mesa Ranch School, Mesa (1943)
  • Music Mountain Junior/Senior High School, Peach Springs
  • Northern Yuma County Union High School, Parker/Salome (circa mid-1950s; split into two schools)
  • Palo Verde Christian High School, Tucson (2000; acquired and renamed Pusch Ridge Christian Academy)
  • Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix (1990)
  • Phoenix Technical School, Phoenix (1955; folded back into Phoenix Union)
  • Phoenix Union Cyber High School, Phoenix (2010; folded into Camelback High School)
  • Phoenix Union High School, Phoenix (1982)
  • St. Johns Indian School, Laveen/Komatke (1976)
  • St. Paul's Preparatory Academy, Phoenix (December 2009)
  • Scottsdale High School, Scottsdale (1983)
  • Sierra Summit Academy, Hereford (2011)
  • Sinagua High School, Flagstaff (2010)
  • Southwest Indian School, Peoria (1982)
  • Suffolk Hills Catholic High School, Tucson (1971–90; reverted to the Immaculate Heart High School name)
  • Vicki A. Romero High School, Phoenix (2012)
  • West High School, Phoenix (1983, reopened 1985 as Metro Tech High School)
  • Western Christian High School, Phoenix (1988)
  • Westwind Preparatory Academy (2015)
  • White Cone High School, Keams Canyon (2012)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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West Valley Middle School

The percentage of West Valley Middle School students on free and reduced lunch assistance (17.6%) is significantly lower than the state average of 61.6%. This may indicate that the area has a lower level of poverty than the state average.

Students at a participating school may purchase a meal through the National School Lunch Program. Families with incomes between 130% and 185% of the federal poverty level are eligible for reduced price meals. Schools may not charge more than 40¢ for reduced-price lunches, nor more than 30¢ for reduced-price breakfasts. Students from families with incomes at or below 130% of the federal poverty level are eligible for free meals.

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West Valley high school band performs for teammate who's battling leukemia

PEORIA, Ariz. - A high school freshman battling cancer got his very own private concert on Wednesday, with Centennial High School's band playing their new song in front of their teammate, because he hasn't been able to west valley high school az src="https://images.foxtv.com/static.fox10phoenix.com/www.fox10phoenix.com/content/uploads/2019/10/932/524/vlcsnap-2019-10-23-19h29m06s886.jpg?ve=1&tl=1" alt="">

Jude Tatele, 14, plays the trumpet, but hasn't been able to attend practice at all because he has been battling leukemia. Jude just endured his first round of chemo, spending 38 days in the hospital. When he got home, his band teacher and bandmates knew they needed to bring the music to him to keep his spirits up. 

"They expressed a lot of times a desire to do more for Jude, and we think family is good medicine in addition to what he is getting at Phoenix Children's [Hospital]," said band director Kate Menasco. "He likes it and likes us and likes being a part of us, and we want to give that back to him."

"The whole band, they are just beautiful kids, amazing kids, great hearts," said Jude's mother, Monique. "They have been here for us every step of the way since day one."

After the private concert, the Centennial High School Girl's Volleyball Team presented Monique a check for $1,400. It's money they raised to help with Jude's medical bills. Monique said this is lifting Jude's spirits until his next round of chemotherapy.

Jude is set to go back to the hospital in 13 days. Eventually, he will need to get a bone marrow transplant.

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AVONDALE — The concrete walkways have yet to be poured, shelves for library books haven’t been erected and work stations in the science labs need to be installed, but much of the work is complete on St. John Paul II High School. Within a month, the halls of the far West Valley’s first Catholic high school will be filled with the sound of teenage students eager to learn and have fun with their classmates while growing in their faith.

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“It really is (exciting),” said Matthew Gonzales, the school’s director of admissions and marketing, during a July 11 tour of the nearly finished building. “To be in the building, to see the walls, the paint, the floor, it’s like, it’s really happening.”

St. John Paul II Catholic High School
Grand Opening

When: 6 p.m., Aug. 21
Where: 3120 N 137th Ave., Avondale (map)

All are invited to the dedication of the new St. John Paul II Catholic High School by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted. A reception will follow immediately.

RSVP by Aug. 14 to:

[email protected]
jp2catholic.org

Planned to handle the area’s rapidly expanding Catholic population, especially among Hispanics, the school will open for classes Aug. 13 and host a grand opening Aug. 21, during which it will be blessed by Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted. During the tour, the silent, nearly complete facility stood in dramatic contrast to the atmosphere that will overtake it in a few weeks, but the enthusiasm bubbled over from Gonzales and Fr. Fernando Camou, the school’s chaplain, as they discussed the new facility.

“It’s exciting to think our whole mission is to bring the children into a greater awareness of the Lord and how the Church teaches the Eucharist is the source and summit not just of our faith but all Christian activity,” said Fr. Camou. “So, all our activity, whether it’s learning, sports, plays or something else, it all has its source and its completion in the Eucharist.

Occupying 107,000 square feet on the 23-acre tract the diocese purchased a number of years ago next to the existing St. Thomas Aquinas Parish and School, the new high school will feature 23 classrooms, five science labs, three dual classrooms that include a movable partition, a chapel, band and choir room, drama and dance studio, gym, cafeteria, staff offices, patio, library and full-time media room.

Behind the scenes tour with Sr. Mary Jordan

Tuition will include books, something Gonzales noted not all schools offer. Students will be furnished with Google Chrome books, a laptop centered around Google applications.

The school began accepting student applications last October, and Gonzales said it expects to open its doors to between 150 and 200 freshmen and sophomores in the first year. As those classes advance as juniors and seniors, more underclassmen will arrive, giving St. John Paul II its first graduating class in spring 2021. By that time, Gonzales said, the student body is expected to be around 1,000.

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The current structure along with the gymnasium is the first of four phases of building. Next will come outdoor athletic fields, followed by a practice gym and additional classrooms, and finally an auditorium.

St. John Paul II will be operated by the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia. The order has over 150 years’ experience in Catholic education and presently serves in 45 schools. Principal Sr. Mary Jordan Hoover, OP, has 20 years administrative experience in Catholic schools. She is being joined by three other Dominican nuns and a lay staff of 12-15.

The influence of Dominican spirituality is evident throughout the high school.

For example, the hallways were built as wide as possible, a feature intended to foster community and human dignity.

“Even the stairwells are wide so people can be walking back and forth without feeling like they’re going to cram,” said Fr. Camou. “Sister believes a student should be able to bump into his friends and say, ‘Oh, hey how you doin’?’ and have a conversation without having to crunch. Also, tighter spaces are not as safe.”

Perhaps the most innovative aspect of the “community” approach, though, will be the use of a “house” system to group students for intra-school competition and service projects. Introduced by Sr. Mary Jordan at her previous school — St. John Paul the Great in northeastern Virginia — and already in place at Seton Catholic Preparatory in Chandler, the system arranges lockers by “households” instead of grade levels or specific activities. Students, including siblings, are placed in a “house” all four years.

Meet the patron saints of each house

“It’s a family identity,” added Fr. Camou. “They learn to mentor one another; younger ones look up to older ones. There is this real sense of fellowship not by class but across grades, interest groups. That’s the very Catholic vision of community.”

Or, as Sr. Mary Jordan said during the school’s groundbreaking more than a year and a half ago:

“We are building more than a building — we are building a culture.”

Источник: https://www.catholicsun.org/2018/08/05/its-really-happening-west-valleys-first-catholic-high-school-set-for-start-of-classes-in-august/

West Valley school prepares high school students for aviation jobs

GLENDALE – Officials at the Central Campus of Western Maricopa Education Center have slowly grown one of their programs to train students for one of Arizona’s most in-demand careers: aviation.

High school students at West-MEC can get their federal aviation licenses and certificates after completing a career technical education program while still in school.

The state’s aviation industry contributes more than $38 billion to the economy, according to the Arizona Commerce Authority. It also employs more than 470,000 people.

A plane sits at Glendale Municipal Airport. (Photo by Justin McDuffie/Cronkite News)

Tama Mohelnitzky, an aviation maintenance instructor at West-MEC, described the program as intense, but fun.

“They’re going to learn a lot,” she said.

Mohelnitzky has worked in the aviation field for more than 30 years, and she shares her experience with her students.

“They will learn tools,” she said. “They will learn everything about an airplane that makes an airplane fly. How it flies, why it flies, the physics of it, all about the engine, all about the hydraulics system, about the landing gear, everything about the airplane. They’re going to learn how it works.”

Students in the aviation and avionics program were restoring the Hiller Raven helicopter, which was flown by 1st Lt. Frank Luke Jr., the namesake of Luke Air Force Base. Once the students restore the helicopter, officials will house it in the 1st Lt. Frank Luke Jr. Memorial Museum in Litchfield Park.

“What it gives the students is the opportunity to make something that is as close as to being airworthy as can possibly be,” Mohelnitzky said. “Plus, (they) learn all about a helicopter and how it’s put together, including the engine, the cyclic and all of the control services.”

Melissa Coggin started the program her junior year of high school and is now taking the avionics program as an adult.

“Whether you’re going to end up using it professionally or not, you have a much better understanding of how things work – both, you know, on the aircraft and just generally on that manufacturing level,” she said.

Students apply during their sophomore year in high school. If accepted, they must complete nearly 2,000 hours of training, Central Campus Principal Troy Gabaldon said.

Источник: https://cronkitenews.azpbs.org/2018/01/03/west-valley-high-school-aviation-jobs/

List of high schools in Arizona

This is a list of high schools in the state of Arizona.

Apache County[edit]

  • Chinle High School, Chinle
  • Ganado High School, Ganado
  • Many Farms High School, Many Farms
  • New Visions Academy (St. Johns campus), St. Johns
  • Red Mesa High School, Teec Nos Pos
  • Red Valley/Cove High School, Red Valley
  • Rock Point Community School, Rock Point
  • Rough Rock Community School, Chinle
  • Round Valley High School, Eagar
  • St. Johns High School, St. Johns
  • St. Michael High School, St. Michaels
  • Valley High School, Sanders
  • Window Rock High School, Fort Defiance

Cochise County[edit]

  • Benson High School, Benson
  • Bisbee High School, Bisbee
  • Bowie High School, Bowie
  • Buena High School, Sierra Vista
  • Douglas High School, Douglas
  • PPEP High School-Colin L. Powell Learning Center, Sierra Vista
  • PPEP High School-Raul H. Castro Learning Center, Douglas
  • St. David High School, St. David
  • San Simon High School, San Simon
  • Tombstone High School, Tombstone
  • Valley Union High School, Elfrida
  • Willcox High School, Willcox

Coconino County[edit]

Flagstaff[edit]

Elsewhere in county[edit]

Gila County[edit]

Graham County[edit]

Greenlee County[edit]

La Paz County[edit]

Maricopa County[edit]

Anthem[edit]

Avondale[edit]

Buckeye[edit]

Chandler[edit]

Gilbert[edit]

Glendale[edit]

Laveen[edit]

Mesa[edit]

Peoria[edit]

Phoenix[edit]

Queen Creek[edit]

Scottsdale[edit]

Surprise[edit]

Tempe[edit]

Elsewhere in county[edit]

  • Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center, multiple locations
  • Canyon View High School, Waddell
  • Cactus Shadows High School, Cave Creek
  • Desert Edge High School, Goodyear
  • Dysart High School, El Mirage
  • e-Institute, multiple locations
  • Estrella Foothills High School, Goodyear
  • Fountain Hills High School, Fountain Hills
  • Gila Bend High School, Gila Bend
  • Millennium High School, Goodyear
  • Phoenix Country Day School, Paradise Valley
  • Sonoran Desert School, Gold Canyon
  • Tolleson Union High School, Tolleson
  • Tonopah Valley High School, Tonopah
  • Wickenburg High School, Wickenburg
  • La Joya Community High School, Tolleson

Mohave County[edit]

  • Beaver Dam High School, Beaver Dam
  • El Capitan, Colorado City
  • Kingman Academy of Learning, Kingman
  • Kingman High School, Kingman
  • Lake Havasu High School, Lake Havasu City
  • Lee Williams High School, Kingman
  • Mohave Accelerated Learning Center, Bullhead City
  • Mohave High School, Bullhead City
  • Mount Tipton School, Dolan Springs
  • River Valley High School, Mohave Valley

Navajo County[edit]

  • Alchesay High School, Whiteriver
  • Blue Ridge High School, Lakeside
  • Cibecue Community School (Dishchii'bikoh), Cibecue
  • Holbrook High School, Holbrook
  • Hopi Junior/Senior High School, Keams Canyon
  • Jefferson Academy, Show Low
  • Joseph City High School, Joseph City
  • Mogollon High School, Heber
  • Monument Valley High School, Kayenta
  • Piñon Community School, Piñon
  • Pinon High School, Piñon
  • Shonto Preparatory Technology High School, Shonto
  • Show Low High School, Show Low
  • Snowflake High School, Snowflake
  • Winslow High School, Winslow

Pima County[edit]

Marana[edit]

Oro Valley[edit]

Sahuarita[edit]

Sells[edit]

Tucson[edit]

Vail[edit]

Elsewhere in county[edit]

Pinal County[edit]

Casa Grande[edit]

Coolidge[edit]

Queen Creek[edit]

San Tan Valley[edit]

Elsewhere in county[edit]

Santa Cruz County[edit]

Yavapai County[edit]

  • Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center (Prescott Valley branch)
  • Ash Fork High School, Ash Fork
  • Bagdad High School, Bagdad
  • Bradshaw Mountain High School, Prescott Valley
  • Camp Verde High School, Camp Verde
  • Canyon View Preparatory Academy, Prescott Valley
  • Chino Valley High School, Chino Valley
  • Kestrel High School, Prescott
  • Mayer High School, Mayer
  • Mingus Mountain Academy, Prescott Valley
  • Mingus Union High School, Cottonwood
  • Oak Creek Ranch School, Cornville
  • The Orme School, Orme
  • Prescott High School, Prescott
  • Rimrock Public High School, Rimrock
  • Sedona Red Rock High School, Sedona
  • Sedona Sky Academy, Rimrock
  • Seligman High School, Seligman
  • Southwestern Academy, Rimrock
  • Spring Ridge Academy, Spring Valley
  • Tri-City College Prep High School, Prescott
  • Verde Valley School, Sedona
  • Yavapai County High School, Prescott Valley

Yuma County[edit]

  • Antelope Union High School, Wellton
  • Aztec High School, Yuma
  • Carpe Diem e-Learning Community, Yuma
  • Cibola High School, Yuma
  • Gila Ridge High School, Yuma
  • Kofa High School, Yuma
  • PPEP High School-Cesar Chavez Learning Center, San Luis
  • PPEP High School-Jose Yepez Learning Center, Somerton
  • San Luis High School, San Luis
  • Vista Alternative High School, Yuma
  • Yuma Catholic High School, Yuma
  • Yuma High School, Yuma

Defunct schools[edit]

Schools in this section are listed with their years of closure in parentheses.

  • Alhambra College Preparatory High School, Phoenix (2011)
  • Calli Ollin High School, Tucson (2010)
  • Carver High School (also known as Phoenix Union Colored High School), Phoenix (Black; 1954)
  • Catalina Mountain School, Tucson (2011)
  • Clarkdale High School, Clarkdale (1951)
  • Clifton High School, Clifton (2012)
  • Cottonwood High School, Cottonwood (1958; consolidated into Mingus Union High School)
  • East High School, Phoenix (1985)
  • Gerard Catholic High School, Phoenix (1989)
  • Gila Preparatory Academy, Safford (2011)
  • Guadalupe Regional High School (also known as Guadalupe Satellite at Compadre High School), Guadalupe (2007)
  • Jerome High School, Jerome (1951)
  • Jess Schwartz Jewish Community High School, Phoenix (2011)
  • Jokake School for Girls, Scottsdale (1945)
  • Judson School, Scottsdale (2000)
  • Litchfield Park High School, Litchfield Park (1956; moved to Avondale and became Agua Fria High School)
  • McNary High School, McNary (1980)
  • Mesa Central High School/Mesa Vo-Tech High School, Mesa (1991)
  • Mesa Ranch School, Mesa (1943)
  • Music Mountain Junior/Senior High School, Peach Springs
  • Northern Yuma County Union High School, Parker/Salome (circa mid-1950s; split into two schools)
  • Palo Verde Christian High School, Tucson (2000; acquired and renamed Pusch Ridge Christian Academy)
  • Phoenix Indian School, Phoenix (1990)
  • Phoenix Technical School, Phoenix (1955; folded back into Phoenix Union)
  • Phoenix Union Cyber High School, Phoenix (2010; folded into Camelback High School)
  • Phoenix Union High School, Phoenix (1982)
  • St. Johns Indian School, Laveen/Komatke (1976)
  • St. Paul's Preparatory Academy, Phoenix (December 2009)
  • Scottsdale High School, Scottsdale (1983)
  • Sierra Summit Academy, Hereford (2011)
  • Sinagua High School, Flagstaff (2010)
  • Southwest Indian School, Peoria (1982)
  • Suffolk Hills Catholic High School, Tucson (1971–90; reverted to the Immaculate Heart High School name)
  • Vicki A. Romero High School, Phoenix (2012)
  • West High School, Phoenix (1983, reopened 1985 as Metro Tech High School)
  • Western Christian High School, Phoenix (1988)
  • Westwind Preparatory Academy (2015)
  • White Cone High School, Keams Canyon (2012)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_high_schools_in_Arizona

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