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Paradise Valley School District Information
Quality educational choices for every student

At PV Schools, our journey of excellence includes quality educational choices and infinite opportunities from pre-kindergarten through high school. They include a K-12 International Baccalaureate Program, gifted and highly gifted programs, a comprehensive K-12 online program, STEM education, Advanced Placement classes, nationally recognized fine arts programs, and a variety of extracurricular activities.
All of these, and much more, are a reality when you choose to send your child to the national-award-winning Paradise Valley Unified School District. Our mission is to cultivate world-class, innovative thinkers and expert communicators who develop critical thinking skills that will equip them for success in the 21st century and beyond.
The district also offers preschool, Gifted preschool, night classes and Special Education services, plus a range of signature programs.
Student Population
The district serves approximately 32,000 students with about one-third of them open enrolled from outside the district or outside their home school boundaries via open enrollment.
Instruction and support staff
The district is one of the largest employers in the north Valley with approximately 3,800 employees. Staff includes:
  • Highly qualified teachers.
  • School nurses, full time, at all of our schools.
  • Licensed certified professionals such as school psychologists, speech pathologists and other professionals dedicated to supporting the whole child.
  • Educational Support Professionals. District operations are supported by professionals in many areas including IT, transportation, nutrition and business operations.
Parent involvement

The district is committed to parent involvement, including volunteering in classrooms or for special events, working on school councils which help advise principals, Parent Teacher Organizations. and involvement with United Parent Council, a coalition of PTO members from all schools in the district. The district and schools provide email and phone updates on important matters to keep parents informed.
This page will take you to all the information you need for Paradise Valley Public Schools.
Our schools are routinely recognized for excellence by organizations such as US News and World Report and Newsweek. In addition, PV Schools can be found on the prestigious list A+ Schools of Excellence named by the Arizona Education Foundation and the Higher Performing list prepared by the Arizona Business and Education Coalition.
PV Schools has 30 elementary schools, seven middle schools for 7th and 8th grades, and five high schools for grades 9-12 grade, two alternative schools and one comprehensive online school.
  • All elementary schools include free full-day kindergarten
  • High schools offer dual-enrollment and college credits
  • PVOnline, an accredited online instructional provider, offers courses for grades 1-12. A student may attend school entirely online and still participate in athletics and other extracurricular activities with the school located within their school boundaries.
  • At each level—elementary, middle and high school—the district has Title 1 schools.
The district also offers preschool, Gifted preschool, night classes and Special Education services, plus a range of signature programs.
The district has been recognized for excellence in financial reporting, as an outstanding community partner and for its forward-thinking architectural standards and energy management plans.
Most of the schools feature signature programs or specialties unique to each school to provide a wide variety of choice.
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Please note that the majority of homes in the Town of Paradise Valley are in the Scottsdale Unified School District. Some homes in the western edge of the Town of Paradise Valley are in the Phoenix Union School District. Please check the boundary maps to wee what school district your home is located in.

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Scottsdale Public Schools

Scottsdale Unified School District

The Scottsdale area offers a plethora of opportunities when it comes to schools. The public schools system in Scottsdale is dedicated and enthusiastic about their students and their education. The Scottsdale Unified School District offers students sports, technical and career education, a comprehensive gifted program, and the International Baccalaureate Program. The community, teachers, and staff all work diligently to maximize the potential from their students and to prepare them of their future.

The District offers a wide range of opportunities for student participation on athletic teams at the middle school and high school levels. District middle schools provide four sports for both boys and girls, and teams at the 7th and 8th grade level. District high schools provide 10 spots for both boys and girls, and many sports have freshmen, junior varsity, and varsity level teams. High School sports have been very successful in the District, with many teams winning regional and state championships. Many of our athletes have been honored as All-Regional, All-State, All-Academic and All-Americans. Our student-athletes have become successful on the field as well as in the classroom at both the high school and college levels. The District is a member of the Arizona Interscholastic Association and has high schools in both the 5A and 4A conferences.

Career and Technical Education
The Career and Technical Education Department is helping to prepare students for the challenges of the 21st Century, and for their future. Whether a student’s career and educational path includes a graduate degree, bachelor’s degree, associates degree, military service, or entrance into the workforce that is in constant transition.

Comprehensive Gifted Program
Scottsdale School District has a Comprehensive (Self-Contained) Gifted Program that offers a complete gifted curriculum and is designed for students in grades three through eight who have extraordinary academic needs, abilities and intellectual potential found in the top three percent of the population. The program is at four sites: Pima Elementary School for grades 5 and 6, Zuni Elementary School for grades 3, 4 and 5. Mohave Middle School for grades 7 and 8, and Desert Canyon Middle School for grades 6,7 and 8.

The Comprehensive Gifted Program (CGP) is a full-day program designed for students who need the support and challenge that a peer group of students with similar academic interests and abilities provides. The goal of this program is to provide students who have advanced intellectual, academic, and/or creative capabilities the opportunity to dynamically interact with teachers who specialize in gifted education as well.

International Baccalaureate Program

The International Baccalaureate Program (IB), created in 1968, is a very rigorous academic program for juniors and seniors at Desert Mountain High School, which has been an authorized school by IBO since 1999. The rigorous nature of the program is widely recognized by many selective and highly selective colleges and universities.

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Cave Creek Unified School District
District Highlights
All A+ SCHOOLS OF EXCELLENCE #1 in the Northeast Valley
    #2 in Maricopa County
        #5 in the State of Arizona
Cave Creek Unified School District
  • “A” Rated District
  • National Merit Scholars
  • $12,000,000+ Secured in College Scholarships
  • Excellence in Financial Reporting Awards
  • Home of the 2013 National Distinguished Principal of the Year for the State of Arizona
  • Home of the 2013 Arizona Superintendent of the Year for Large Districts
  • Home of the 2014 ASA Distinguished Administrator of the Year for Teaching & Learning
  • Home of the 2014 ASA Distinguished Administrator for the Elementary Division
  • Home of the 2015 ASA Outstanding Administrator Award

Cactus Shadows High School
Sonoran Trails Middle School
Black Mountain Elementary School
Desert Sun Academy
Desert Willow Elementary School
Lone Mountain Elementary School
Horseshoe Trails Elementary School
Child's Play Preschool

Open Enrollment
Click here for the open Enrollment Form
Click here for the Variance Form

Assessment & Accountability
  • 2015-2016 CCUSD Assessment Calendar
  • Gifted Testing Information
  • AIMS Testing Information
  • AZ MERIT Test Information
  • State Accountability Results
  • Kindergarten Early Entrance Information
Teaching and Learning

Enrichment Programs

Programs - Preschool, Elementary, Middle & High School
Below are areas of interest in which we offer Enrichment classes throughout the year. Please click here for the most recent catalog of offerings.

Performing and Visual Arts
World Language
LEGO Engineering
Mindfulness First
Rosetta Stone
Test Prep Seminar
Ramp Up Reading
Soccer, Golf, Tennis
Cave Creek Unified School District 
Phone Number (480) 575-2000
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Phoenix Osborn School District #8 “An Osborn Education”
1226 W. Osborn Road   Phoenix, AZ 85013
Phone: 602-707-2000   Fax: 602-707-2040

Our Mission Statement
Children want knowledge, challenge and recognition.
Parents want independent, passionate learners in a safe environment.
This is our mission.

Open Enrollment
We welcome all children to Osborn.  Contact your school for more information. Click here for online registration
Current News - Clarendon School Wins $10,000!
Clarendon was one of only six schools from across the country honored as finalists for the prestigious TAP Founder’s Award. The award is given annually by the Lowell Milken Foundation to one school for exceptional efforts to implement and represent the principles of the TAP System – resulting in significant and sustained increases in student achievement, among other goals.Principal TAP Founder’s Award.  The award is given annually by the Lowell Milken Foundation to one school for exceptional efforts to implement and represent the principles of the TAP System – resulting in significant and sustained increases in student achievement, and other goals. Principal Theresa Nickolich received a $10,000 cash award for Clarendon to support continued teacher and student growth. Way to go Clarendon students and staff!
For more information about Phoenix Osborn Schools visit the link below
Phoenix Union High School District
4502 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
(602) 764-1100
Phoenix Union High School Website

Preparing every student for success in college, career and life.
Welcome to Phoenix Union High School District!
Phoenix Union High School District is one of the largest high school districts in the country, with 16 schools, over 27,000 students, and nearly 3,000 employees.  Phoenix Union covers 220-square miles of Arizona’s capital city.  If the K-8 students in its 13 elementary partner schools were included, it would be among the 25 largest school districts in the United States, with over 110,000 students.
The District has 11 comprehensive high schools, two specialty small schools and three alternative schools.  There are a number of programs that make Phoenix Union unique.  Among those, are:

12 magnet programs at seven schools, including a magnet high school, Metro Tech. Students from throughout the District can enroll in magnets such as Aviation/Aerospace, Computer Studies, Marine Science, Medical and Health Studies, Multimedia Communications, Law Studies, Visual and Performing Arts.

30 Career and Technical Education areas of study that 7,500 students are enrolled in at any one time, and a school that houses 22 programs for half-day vocational blocks.
Arizona’s first Cambridge International Centre at Central High School, offering the prestigious Cambridge curriculum and examinations.
Two schools, North and Betty Fairfax, with the International Baccalaureate Program

Bioscience High School, a small specialty school ranked among the top schools in Arizona, with rigorous science and math-focused curriculum, career pathways, internships and 100 percent college placement.

Franklin Police and Fire High School, a small school specializing in public safety careers such as law enforcement, firefighting and emergency medical services

ACT Quality Core curriculum at most schools. All students take the ACT EXPLORE, PLAN and the ACT Exam for free.

AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) college preparatory electives at 11 schools with 1500 students and 250 AVID-trained teachers.

Suns-Diamondbacks Education Academy, a small alternative school with accelerated, personalized classes that turn students at risk of dropping into high school graduates.

The first Montessori High School program in Arizona at Camelback.

Evening School at several sites and Free summer school for continuing students, as well as incoming 9th.
Academically, there are over 500 courses to choose from. Rigor continues to be the emphasis, as the District offers more Honors, AP and other high level courses than ever before, and student enrollment in those classes is the highest ever. Students are earning college credit and accelerating their academics through community college dual enrollment, and “Move On When Ready,” an initiative that can earns students the Grand Canyon Diploma early, and move on to college.
Diversity is a hallmark at The Phoenix Union--94% of its students are minority, including 80% Latino, and the students, including a large refugee population, represent over 60 languages.  More than half of the students come from a home where English is not the primary language spoken.
Student support is important at Phoenix Union.  Every comprehensive high school has a nurse, social worker, psychologist, dean of students, security staff, School Resource Officer, a community liaison, interventionist and a team of academic counselors with the best counselor-to-student ratio in Arizona.  Its Special Education Department is a model for school districts, offering services for gifted to medically fragile, hearing impaired and children with autism.  The English Language Learner program is as comprehensive as any in the state, from placement to testing to reclassification.

Phoenix Union schools offer a full array of activities and opportunities for students.  Student Government, Yearbook and Newspaper, Academic Decathlon, Speech and Debate, DECA and National Honor Society are just a sampling.  There are 11 Army Junior ROTC programs with over 1800 student-cadets.  Enrollment in performing and visual arts classes increased by 2000 students in the past five years, while bands,ensembles, choirs, dance troupes and theatre offer extracurricular opportunities.  There are 21 interscholastic sports available, and over 6,000 boys and girls participate.  Almost 700 clubs, with 50 or more on most campuses cover everything from robotics to recycling, step teams to chess teams.

Partnerships with government, colleges and universities, nonprofits and businesses abound, affording innovative programming, grants, student internships and scholarships. For instance, Science Foundation Arizona gave its largest school grant ever to Metro Tech to integrate sustainability into its curriculum and project learning.  In 2013, seniors earned $40 million in merit scholarships and millions more in  grants and financial aid.

Unlike many urban school districts, Phoenix Union is fiscally sound, its enrollment is growing, and it attracts highly qualified teachers whose experience, educational attainment and compensation are well above the state average. PUHSD’s facilities are spacious, modern, technologically advanced, well-maintained and safe, thanks to the community supporting two bond elections for over $400 million for construction, renovation and maintenance since 2003. The most recent wave of construction included four new schools, and major campus renovation at two others.

Phoenix Union is a school district with a glorious past, a successful present, and a promising future as it prepares every student for success in college, career and life. 

Phoenix Union has clean, safe and modern facilities, outstanding teachers who receive top pay, innovative programs and schools that are “Performing Plus” according to state accountability standards. Unlike many struggling urban school districts, Phoenix Union has drastically improved graduation rates, reduced dropout rates, and closed the “Achievement Gap” so often cited between high minority, low income districts and national averages.
Instructional technology is one area where Phoenix Union sets itself apart from most districts. With significant funding from a supportive community and a commitment to the future, the district is leading the way in Arizona bringing technology into the classrooms and into the hands of its’ teachers and students.  Technology is changing the way teachers teach and students learn. 
Phoenix Union Interscholastic Athletics
Phoenix Union High School District has a long tradition of excellence in interscholastic athletics. We believe that athletic participation can play a significant role in the District’s mission of preparing every student for success in college, career and life. Athletics and extracurricular activities develop the whole student, providing learning opportunities and experiences beyond the classroom. These activities often reveal and strengthen new skills, while improving grades, attendance, motivation, graduation and post-secondary attendance. Athletic competition demands discipline, leadership, teamwork and responsibility while enhancing self-esteem and healthy habits that can last a lifetime. It is Phoenix Union’s goal to encourage and support maximum student participation with affordable athletics, quality coaches and outstanding facilities.
Ten comprehensive high schools - Alhambra, Betty Fairfax, Camelback, Carl Hayden, Cesar Chavez, Central, Maryvale, North, South Mountain and Trevor Browne compete in up to 13 Arizona Interscholastic Athletics (AIA) sports divided into three seasons-Fall, Winter and Spring. There are 11 sports for girls and 10 sports for boys, including seven sports that have both girls and boys teams. Many of the sports offer Freshman, Junior Varsity and Varsity teams.

Metro Tech High School competes in the Charter Athletic Association in boys and co-ed soccer, girls volleyball and girls and boys basketball and cross country.
Phoenix High Schools
Roosevelt School District #60 and #66
6000 South Seventh Street, Phoenix, AZ 85042
Phone: (602) 243-4800 | Fax: (602) 243-2637
OUR VALUES:  We value the legacy of our diverse community, dedicated staff and talented students.
OUR MISSION:  We inspire, motivate and educate each student for success as future leaders in our society.
About Roosevelt School District
Roosevelt School District #66 was established in Phoenix, Arizona in 1912. The first Roosevelt School District School was located south of the Phoenix City Center on the corner of what is now 7th Street and Southern. 

One of the community’s first schools was the Broadway School, a small, one-room brick building; the typical “little red school house.” The other was the Heard Ranch School. The Heard School was the namesake of Dwight B. Heard, an influential resident of the area. Shortly after the District was organized in 1912, it was offered two sites for a new consolidation school by the Bartlett-Heard Estate. The site at what is now Seventh Street and Southern was chosen over a site that became Central and Southern for the building, formally named the Consolidated School.
The area’s rapid growth made it apparent the Consolidated School would have to be expanded beyond its three classrooms, which already were taxed to their limits by the school’s 150 students. Arrangements soon were made to house students in the Neighborhood House across the street, and construction was begun on expanding the original school and two new school buildings. The naming of the District is further indication of how the Roosevelt District was woven into the fabric of the state’s history. 

There were very few roads in the District’s early days. Southern Avenue did not exist and students reached the school by walking or riding horses or burros along the bank of “San Francisco Ditch” from Central Avenue. Homesteaders of Anglo and Hispanic descent were the District’s original population. Mexican laborers came later to work the farms. The population increased rapidly and a twelve-room addition was built in 1921. 
The burgeoning population made it necessary to provide more classrooms. This was done when schools were built on the east and a west end of the District, but this accommodation was minimal and short-lived. When the East End School burned down, the West End School was abandoned and buses were bought to transport all students to Roosevelt School.
The original Roosevelt School, located at 6000 S. 7th Street, Phoenix, AZ, was destroyed in a fire on April 5, 1985. The classroom wings we demolished in 1986, and the new administration’ center opened in December 1987 on the old Roosevelt School site. The school bell that hung in the tower of the original school building survived the fire and now sits on bricks salvaged from the 1985 fire in the vestibule of the District Office Building.
The District boundaries are the Salt River to the north, South Mountain to the south, 40th Street to the east and 35th Avenue on the west.
What began as a 15-pupil district in the late 1800s grew into a district serving more than 12,000 students and 1,400 employees in 21 schools by 2008. Now, Roosevelt is one of the largest employers in south Phoenix.
Murphy School District - Murphy Elementary School District #21
2615 W Buckeye Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85009
(602) 353-5000
District Mission Statement
To cultivate a culture of TRUST and RESPECT
Guiding Principles
Responsibility, Accountability, Collaboration, and Communication
AZMERIT (Arizona’s Measurement of Educational Readiness to Inform Teaching) is Arizona’s new statewide achievement test. Arizona is partnering with the American Institutes for Research (AIR) to develop tests which are unique to Arizona.
How is AZMERIT different from the AIMS test?
Arizona’s Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) tested the old standards. Spring 2014 was the last time AIMS was administered for reading, writing, and mathematics.

AZMERIT, based on the new standards, will tell teachers, students, and parents if students are on track to be college and career ready upon graduation from high school.
The Arizona Science Standards did not change, so students in Grades 4, 8, and high school will still take the AIMS Science test.

High school students graduating after December 31, 2016 will no longer be required to pass the AIMS test to graduate high school.

Who will take AZMERIT?
Arizona public school students in Grades 3 through high school will take AzMERIT.
Students in Grades 3 through 8 will take an assessment in English language arts and mathematics at their grade level.

Students taking high school level English and mathematics will take End-of-Course assessments that will test their proficiency in these subjects.

Only eligible students with significant cognitive disabilities will participate in other alternate achievement tests.

When will the test be given?
Students will take Az MERIT in the spring of 2015. The testing window for schools administering the computer-based test is March 30-May 8, 2015. The testing window for the paper-based test is April 13-24, 2015. Schools will inform students and parents of specific testing dates within these windows. DVUSD will post the AzMERIT test schedules for our schools with the assessment dates for English language Arts and Mathematics in late February.

Further information about AZ MERIT:
For Further information about AzMERIT, the Arizona Department of Education AzMERIT website has many resources.  
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Fountain Hills Unified School District consists of four schools. Their locations, phone numbers, grade levels taught, and links to each school's website are below:

McDowell Mountain Elementary School
(Grades Preschool through 3rd)

14825 North Fayette
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

Phone:  (480) 664-5200
Office Hours:  7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

School Hours:  8:45 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.
Kindergarten:  8:45 a.m. - 11:35 a.m.
Free all day Kindergarten: 8:45 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.
AM Pre-School: 8:45 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.
PM Pre-School:  12:45 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.
Half-Day Early Release:  12:30 p.m.
Wednesday One Hour Early Release: 2:20 p.m.

Four Peaks Elementary School
(Grades 4th - 5th)

15414 North McDowell Mountain Road
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

Phone:  (480) 664-5400

Office Hours:  7:15 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

School Hours:  8:55 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Half-Day Early Release:  12:40 p.m.
Wednesday One Hour Early Release: 2:30 p.m.

Fountain Hills Middle School
(Grades 6th - 8th)

15414 North McDowell Mountain Road
Fountain Hills, AZ 85268

Phone:  (480) 664-5400

Office Hours:  7:15 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

School Hours:  7:45 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.

Media Center:  7:45 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Half-Day Early Release:  11:45 a.m.
Wednesday One Hour Early Release: 1:20 p.m.

Fountain Hills High School
(Grades 9th - 12th) 

16100 East Palisades Blvd.
Fountain Hills, Arizona 85268

Phone:  (480) 664-5500

School Hours:  7:30 a.m. - 2:08 p.m.

Half-Day Early Release:  11:30 a.m.
The Fountain Hills Unified School District in Fountain Hills, Arizona has earned a reputation for excellent academic programs, noteworthy student achievement, and high levels of parent and community involvement. Over the past several years the district has earned respect throughout the state as a small, friendly, high achieving district with well-trained and motivated staff.

FHUSD students consistently take home academic awards in science, math, and other curriculum when competing with students from other districts around the state. It is this high degree of student achievement that attracts top students and teachers from around the state and country to the Fountain Hills Unified School District.

Commitment, enthusiasm, motivation, and a friendly atmosphere are the keys to Fountain Hills Unified School District's successful approach to student education.
Welcome to McDowell Mountain Elementary School

Welcome to McDowell Mountain! Only students from preschool to third grade are educated at MMES, a public school in the small and supportive community of Fountain Hills. With this focus, we are able to center on the developmental and academic needs of very young children, providing the foundation that is essential for student success in the upper elementary level and beyond.

Please visit our website often to see all of the exciting things going on at our school. Our News and Events and Calendar pages will keep you up-to-date on upcoming events and fundraisers as well as some of the awesome accomplishments of our students. The About Us page will give you the names of our outstanding teachers and support staff as well as the phone numbers and e-mail addresses where they can be reached. Visit Our School page to see our schedule and mission statement. Our Frequently Asked Questions page will answer your important questions.

Parents are always welcome at McDowell Mountain. Please visit, volunteer, and attend our school events. If you are new and considering McDowell Mountain for your child, please contact our office and we can schedule a tour. You will quickly see that we have dedicated and engaging staff, amazing facilities, and a positive environment where your child will thrive socially and academically.
At McDowell Mountain the school staff set high expectations for students, in both academic progress and character. We want students to be the best they can be, in all parts of their lives. As stated in the school’s mission statement, “Everyone is a learner and will encourage and help others to be successful learners.” This applies not only to students, but to staff and parents as well. Teachers and all staff are active participants in ongoing professional development and analysis of your students’ needs. We encourage parents to play an active role in their children’s educations, as teachers and parents are partners in students’ academic and character development.

At MMES we work together with parents and the community to set goals and implement positive programs for students. We will regularly update information about these goals on our website, share key events with you on our website and Facebook page, as well as through our monthly newsletter “Falcons on Fire”, and send you Connect-ED messages when necessary.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about your child’s education and experiences at school.


Valerie Dehombreux

Valerie Dehombreux, Principal
Welcome to FHMS and Four Peaks

Just a short trip northeast of Phoenix, Fountain Hills Middle School and Four Peaks Elementary School students share a campus located on state trust land in the beautiful town of Fountain Hills. We serve elementary students in fourth and fifth grade and middle school students in sixth through eighth grade.

We are a motivated group of individuals who share a common goal to provide and benefit from an education that instills the fundamentals and skills necessary for success in college, career, and life. We accomplish this with the help of a motivated teaching staff, an active PTO, and families who are highly engaged in their children’s educations—all fueled by the collective energy of approximately 625 learners. We are committed to these young citizens—they are our future, and we are here to help them soar!

A Message from Our Principal

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We are so happy to see the breath of life come back to our campus as the chatter and laughter of our students fills the halls. I feel honored to serve as principal and work among a group of educators and staff members who are passionate about learning and who truly care about the welfare of their students.

I look forward to seeing what our Falcons can accomplish this year—I know it will be great. Your involvement plays a key role in our success. So don’t hesitate; come on out and get involved today! Now, let’s roll our sleeves up and get to work!

Warmest Regards,

Anita Gomez

Anita Gomez
Fountain Hills High School
Our School

We enjoy sharing the many things about Fountain Hills High School that make us unique:

    Our size: FHHS is a small (560 students in grades 9-12), community-based school with the programs and opportunities of a “big city” school.

    Our community: We enjoy strong partnerships with our parents and our community members. From the Town of Fountain Hills, to small business partners, to our parents, our community takes its role in public education seriously.

    Individualization: With a smaller student body, our staff members are able to support students’ individual needs in creative and innovative ways.

    Our close-knit campus community: Our student body values the familiarity, safety, and collegiality of our small school.

    Crown-jewel programs: All of our courses and activities are excellent at FHHS. However, the following specialty programs earned their place in the spotlight for the high degree of creativity, innovation, and measurable success they demonstrate.

        Band and choir: highly decorated and central to the school’s culture and visibility.

        Fine arts: award-winning artists (staff and students!) with exemplary record post-secondary placement and success

        Advanced Placement & honors courses: 24 weighted courses to challenge the academically gifted.

        Robotics & engineering: Nationally recognized and decorated competitive robotics team.

        Athletics: Recent Arizona Division III State Champions in baseball (2013), girls soccer (2014), and girls basketball (2014). We were recognized for overall excellence by the AIA in 2013 & 2014.

        Service & leadership: More than 200 students participate in the following service and leadership organizations: Key Club, Falcon Leadership, Student Government, and National Honor Society.

        Special education: Exemplary record of inclusion, accommodation, and support for students with unique special needs.

    Student life and extracurricular programs: Students and parents rave about our extracurricular opportunities. We offer a list of sports and clubs that is comparable to that of any “big school” in the valley.

    Our beautiful campus: Come take a tour of our campus and you will discover one of the most picturesque school settings in the country. When originally built in 1992, the architects took tremendous care to capitalize on the natural beauty of the land and the vistas that surround us. We were named one of the Valley's Most Beautiful Schools by the Arizona Republic in 2014.

    Our graduates: Fountain Hills High School graduates are smart, competitive, and successful in their college and career pathways after high school.
Clubs and Programs

Fountain Hills Clubs are competitive!

We are proud of our teacher-sponsored clubs appealing to a wide variety of student interests. There truly is something for everyone at Fountain Hills High School. Clubs and programs at our school include:

Academic Decathlon
This is a nationwide competition over ten areas including math, science, economics, music, art, speech, literature, essay, etc. Competitors qualify for a scholarship at the state universities and additional scholarships by placing in the competitions.

Art Club
Members are dedicated to promoting the arts on campus and raising school spirit through the arts. Activities include the spring art show and field trips. See Ms. Perkins for more information.

Band Club
Members are dedicated to promoting instrumental music on campus and raising school spirit through instrumental music. Club members will perform both on and off campus at various times throughout the school year.

Guard Club
Guard members use a variety of flags, poms, and other props to “front” the marching band during their performances. Members should have a basic knowledge of dance and should have a moderate coordination level. They work closely with the marching band, and they perform at all home games, marching band competitions, and parades.

Chess Club
The chess club is for students to like to play chess or want to learn.

DECA is a career & technical student organization integrated into the business class. DECA prepares students to be leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing and finance. DECA enhances the preparation for college and careers by providing co-curricular programs that integrate into classroom instruction, applying learning in the context of business, connecting to business and the community and promoting competition.

Electronics and Robotics Club
Students engage in electric kits and learn soldering, circuits, electronic parts, and applying basic electronics to robotics.

Students who are interested in engineering meet together and complete activities that introduce students to engineering in the community.

Falcon Leadership Team
This club strives to make a positive impact on all students by creating a sense of safety, affiliation, fulfillment, school pride, and community.

FCCLA (Family, Career & Community Leaders of America)
The FCCLA promotes personal growth and leadership through activities, regional workshops, and statewide competitions. We are able to integrate this club into the fashion classes.

Garden Club
Students maintain a garden area outside the L building.

Health Occupations Students of America is a student-led Career and Technical Student Organization whose mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry. This club is integrated into the health careers program.

Jazz Band
Members are dedicated to promoting jazz music on campus and raising school spirit through jazz music. Club members will perform both on and off campus at various times throughout the school year.

Key Club
KEY Club (Kiwanis Educates Youth)
One of the largest clubs on campus, Key club dedicates itself to services in the community and is constantly involved in projects, donating time and money to various organizations and causes. This international club, sponsored by the Sunset Kiwanis of Fountain Hills, blends service with leadership training.

NHS (National Honors Society)
This unique organization blends service with leadership training. The projects and activities undertaken provide learning experiences outside of the classroom and encourage students to become involved in their school and community. An annual food drive is one of the service projects, and students serve as academic tutors to other students.

Research Club
Students learn the basics of research on an original project. Projects include a chemical process, photovoltaic, hydrogen as a fuel, and new processes. A paper is submitted and defended for the annual ASU’s Central Arizona Research and Engineering Competition.

SADD Students Against Destructive Decisions

Sister Cities
Sister Cities is a club, open to any student, seeking to promote peace through mutual respect, understanding, and cooperation – one individual, one community at a time. The club facilitates student travel and exchanges and works to strengthen partnerships between our Sister City communities and strives to promote cultural understanding.

SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled work force. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and character development. This club is integrated into the photography, graphic design and video productions classes.

Student Government (STUGO)Elected members of the student council have the opportunity to learn leadership techniques directed at organizing, developing, and carrying out school and community projects. Students learn parliamentary procedure, agenda preparation, and study elements of leadership. STUGO coordinates dances, assemblies, fundraisers, and community service activities, as well as being responsible for planning homecoming, prom, senior breakfast, senior class gift, and other annual events.

Teen Court
Teen Court is a real program, not a mock exercise or simulation, which involves real cases and benefits actual juvenile defendants, the student participants, and the community. Student participants are able to develop public speaking and critical thinking skills through participation in the various roles, such as a bailiff, clerk, juror, victim advocate, or attorney.
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