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The Dysart Unified School District congratulates the students who were selected for the All State Show Choir by the Arizona Choral Educators. More than 400 students from high schools around … more
A tubing trip with friends quickly turned into an emergency situation, and the training of one West-MEC student helped saved someone in her group. Looking back now, Morgan Bosley said her friend … more
Highland Prep School in Surprise recently announced the addition of VEX V5 Workcell Factory Automation to its state-qualifying VEX Robotics team. The VEX V5 Workcell is a 5-axis robotic arm with … more
A local school board recently took a stand in favor of parents. The National School Board Association submitted a letter to President Joe Biden Sept. 29 in an effort to get help monitoring … more
Born out of the ashes of the waylaid Boys & Girls Club proposal in Surprise, the nonprofit Surprise Youth Foundation is now fulfilling some of the same functions five years later. The … more
Six Dysart Unified School District teachers recently received Wishes for Teachers grants from the Fiesta Bowl Charities. more

A nearly half a million dollar grant will give Dysart Unified School District students greater opportunities. The Arizona Transportation Modernization Grant Program awarded DUSD with $450,000, … more
A continuation of the 2020-21 Maintenance & Override was approved by Dysart Unified School District voters in 2020. Ken Hicks, district assistant superintendent for business services, made a … more
Dysart Unified School District is opening school fields in the city of Surprise to the community after school and on weekends. more
The Dysart Unified School District Governing Board has three items on its regular action agenda for its next meeting Wednesday, Nov. 10. more
Imagine Prep School teachers Mrs. Lowell and Ms. Werner recently ran the charter school’s annual food drive. The grades 6-12 school in Surprise nearly tripled its total from last year to a … more
The coronavirus pandemic has drastically impacted academics with students. more
Young high school students can begin to look forward to a new four-year college option as Arizona community colleges eye a 2023 launch date to begin offering more complex degrees. On May 4, … more

American Leadership Academy-West Foothills, now building its campus in Waddell just south of Surprise, invites the community to learn more about its K-12 tuition-free charter school opening in Fall … more
The Dysart Unified School District will showcase a new mobile production trailer that will allow the Dysart Student Broadcasting Live (DSB Live) program to expand their livestream event … more
The Dysart Unified School District is opening Surprise school fields to the community after school and on weekends, beginning in November.  more
The Vex Robotics Team at Highland Prep School just began competition season.The team, under the leadership of Highland Prep STEM coach Nathan Schulz, participated in its first competition on Oct. 23 … more
The city of Surprise is bringing back a fun day with science and technology at the Surprise SciTech Festival. more
In the last week of September, the UPS Foundation awarded tool kits to automotive technology students from West-MEC, a career and technical education (CTE) school district, tool kits to help them … more
Arizona students took a hit when it came to learning during the pandemic so far, and it may take several years to correct that slide. The state is putting roughly $19 million into corrective … more
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