The Phoenix Union Foundation for Education held its 2015 Scholarship Reception awarding scholarships to 60 District seniors.
graduate and former North High JROTC Cadet Battalion Commander was commissioned into the U.S. Army as a Second Lieutenant (Military Intelligence Officer) at a ceremony held at ASU, May 13.
One of only 21 awarded to Arizona seniors this year. Lopez is the first South Mountain student to win the prestigious and lucrative scholarship, which can be used at any of Arizona’s three state universities.
South Mountain Girls won the Division II Track and Field State Championship, Saturday at Mesa Community College.
A new specialty small school with a focus on computer coding and technology is in the planning stages. The school, located in a building under construction adjacent to Central High School
sis Comma of has received a Gates Millennium Scholarship. She not only is graduating in three years, but she has the distinction of being the first graduate of the Camelback Montessori Preparatory High School program.
President Obama welcomed over 100 young scientists and engineers from across the country to showcase their inventions, robots and other innovative projects.
Carl Hayden Robotics Coach Fredi Lajvardi, Grand Canyon University President and CEO Brian Mueller and counselor Patricia Short were honored at the Phoenix Union Foundation for Education Scholarship Dinner.
Mona Toncheff, the District’s Mathematics Content Curriculum Specialist has authored a book, released in November..
Linda Abril is the third-longest serving board member in the 120-year history of Phoenix Union, serving her sixth term.
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