A Camelback alumnus, who is now the president of her company, went back to her roots to tap into the creative talents of the school’s marketing students.
The lounge is run by GCU students who provide one-on-one and small group tutoring for the high school students after school from 3-8 p.m.
Three Phoenix Union student delegates travelled to New York to participate in NBC’s Education Nation Summit. The Helios Education Foundation, in partnership with Be a Leader Foundation, made the trip possible.
Metro Tech juniors Du Vu and Nicholas Renteria placed second in the nation in the field of Humanoid Robotics at the SkillsUSA National Competition, in Kansas City, MO this summer.
Science in the City is an interactive program that includes many field trips to “where science happens,” and is co-taught by middle school and high school science teachers.
Members of Carl Hayden Robotics Team were invited to the White House for the 3rd Annual White House Science Fair. The students got to showcase their projects and listen to President Obama speak.
The White House honored Phoenix Union Governing Board member Ian Danley as one of eleven Cesar Chavez “Champions of Change”.