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Scottsdale Unified School District wrapped up its quest to examine program capacity in the district, finding the Chaparral and Desert Mountain learning communities to be largely under capacity. more
Second through eighth grade students will take the stage on Nov. 22-24 as Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School celebrates its 10th anniversary of musical theatre productions. more
Fusion Academy, a one-to-one school providing a personalized learning experience for students grades 6-12, will open its first Arizona campus in Scottsdale this fall. more
The 18th annual Arizona Construction Career Days, which the Association for Construction and Career Development ran, aimed to expose young people to new career options they may not otherwise have considered that do not necessarily require a college degree. more
Arizona high school football will take a new step Friday, Nov. 15 and three local schools will be a part of history. more
Scottsdale Unified School District will welcome next school year’s kindergartners --- members of the graduating Class of 2033 – and their parents at open house events during the week of Nov. 11-15. more
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association announced its finalists for its Crown Awards and both Cactus Shadows High School’s “Shadows” Literary Magazine and the student run newspaper, CS Press have won Crown Awards. more
The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board officially approved the selection criteria for its superintendent search, lining out what exactly the board wants in a superintendent. more
Dignitaries, students and community members gathered at Notre Dame Preparatory in Scottsdale Nov. 5 to celebrate the groundbreaking of the school’s new St. Catherine of Bologna Performing Arts Center. more
Katianna Blackwell-Scott, a junior at Cactus Shadows High School, earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT Test. more
As a tourist destination, Scottsdale must insure that visitors have a memorable experience while here. The city’s reputation is a key to its continued success. Over a recent weekend, members … more
With the release of the Arizona State Board of Education 2019 letter grades, Scottsdale Unified School District reports that 27 of its 29 schools, or 93%, earned an A or B rating. The … more
The Scottsdale Unified School District will host three, student-centered, town hall events this school year to hear from its students on issues such as diversity, inclusion, education opportunities and school safety. more
The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has released the names of the 2020 National Merit semifinalists and the 2020 National Merit commended, featuring a plethora of students from Paradise Valley Unified School District. more
Part two of the Coffee with Kriekard series made its way to Arcadia High School, providing Arcadia Learning Community members a chance to discuss issues unique to them with the superintendent. more
Scottsdale Preparatory Academy recently announced one of its own recently won first place for Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane’s annual Constitution contest. more
Cave Creek Unified School District Governing Board members recently met 14 new international teachers and interns that teach Spanish, French or Mandarin Chinese to preschool through 12th grade students. more
Scottsdale Unified School District is conducting a second climate survey as SUSD continues collecting feedback on how the district can improve. more
A new door of opportunity opened at Scottsdale Community College, revealing a path for former students to return to the school.The school announced the Complete … more
Subway Kids & Sports of Arizona recognized two students at Yavapai Elementary School in Scottsdale this October as part of its Cycle for Success program. more
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