Our schools and offices will be closed March 10th-14th in observance of Spring Break. Schools and offices will reopen on March 17th. Have a safe holiday.
Guest forms available in bookstore.
Future Testing Dates:
April 8 - AIMS Math – grades 10 - 12
April 8 - Stanford 10 – grade 9 only
April 9 - AIMS Science (Biology students only) – grades 9 - 10
If you have any questions please call Melissa Murray @ 484-6506
Matthew Adler, Connor Jennison, Leah Kaplan, Evelyn Karis, Natalie Mionis, Aatikah Mouti, Eric Peshkin, Olivia Struckman, Kyle Sun, Scott Viteri, Justin Wang and Rianna Williams
Tess Balentine, Hannah Cardall, Ryan Hebel, Maria Iglesias, Ruchi Kirtikar, Rebecca Martin, Karthik Nambiar, Alyssa Neidhart, Jordan Patterson, Talia Pearl, Aditi Poduval, Rajiv Reddy and Rebecca Seifert
*Registration: Future Freshman/Sophomores/Juniors/Seniors: Students and parents check in at the Main Office at 12:45 pm. The counselor presentation on high school requirements and course selection will begin at 1:00 pm. Students will sign up for their classes, you must bring a report card.
*Enrollment needs to be finalized at the Centralized Enrollment Office before signing up for classes.
Course selection for the 2014-15 school year will begin in January.
View the detailed registration schedule here along with incoming Freshman information.
The Chaparral link to Naviance provides students and parents a means to plan for students career, college and academic goals.
The username is a student's ID number and password is their 8 digit birthdate.
click on the word Naviance to go directly to the site
(FREE WITH SCHOOL ID- Just show up)
- Students: take benchmarks & common formative assessments, receive intervention or enrichment,track assessment performance progress throughout the year
- Parents: track student performance and progress on benchmarks,common formative assessments,and state-wide assessments
For further information on Galileo, and directions on accessing your students scores and what they mean, please visit this link.
Arizona's Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) is a Criterion Referenced Test (CRT) designed to measure each student's progress in learning the Arizona Academic Standards. The Arizona Academic Standards define what students should know and be able to demonstrate at various stages of K-12 education. Information on interpreting your AIMS scores can be found at this link.
If you would like to like to donate your old laptops, computer towers or monitors to the TekLink program, please drop the item off at any school or the Education Center, 3811 N. 44th St., Phoenix 85018. TekLink can accept monitors, keyboards, mice and computers 2004 or newer. Older items will be ethically recycled. Donations are tax deductible.