Open enrollment means that any school, in any district, is open to any family — assuming there is space available and you’re willing to make the commute. And many districts offer specialized programming or “focus schools” that are attracting parents’ attention.
Dysart Unified School District
15802 N. Parkview Place, Surprise
623-876-7000 • dysart.org
Enrollment: Ongoing throughout the year. Tours are also available year-round. Dysart is a vibrant, growing school district focused on academics, arts and athletics. With 20 elementary schools and 4 high schools (each with a Signature Program), a preschool, alternative program, and online iSchool offerings, there’s something for everyone. Dysart is celebrating 100 years of providing extraordinary experiences and a wide variety of extracurricular activities and services to all students. We offer free full-day kindergarten, athletics beginning in middle school and arts at all levels. There is no shortage of opportunities to pique every student’s interests. Discover Dysart today!
Phoenix Union High School District
4502 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
602 764-1100 • phoenixunion.org
Phoenix Union is the largest high school district in Arizona, serving 28,000 students with a portfolio of 21 schools. Within the 220-square miles of central Phoenix, there are 10 comprehensive high schools, one college and career magnet school (Metro Tech), four small specialty schools (including nationally acclaimed Bioscience, National Blue Ribbon School – Franklin Police & Fire, Phoenix Coding Academy, and Wilson College Prep), two micro schools (Gifted and Talented Academy at Maryvale and the only public Montessori high school in Arizona) and four support schools (including the newly launched PXU Digital Academy). The district features 11 magnet programs and over 30 Career and Technical Education programs.
Queen Creek Unified School District
20217 East Chandler Heights Rd, Queen Creek, AZ 85142
480-987-9714 • qcusd.org
Queen Creek Unified School District is home to 9 elementary schools, two junior highs, and 3 high schools. Our goal is to provide a quality education with the belief that all children can learn. We are proud of the comprehensive pre-K through 12th-grade academic programs we offer to meet the needs for all of our students. We have quality programs that include regular education, gifted education, special education, and early childhood education as well as career and technical education and alternative high school services. Come and tour one of our schools today and learn more about how excellence can be achieved through leadership!
Avondale Elementary School District
295 W. Western Ave., Avondale
623-772-5000 • avondale.k12.az.us
Deer Valley Unified School District
20402 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix
623-445-5000 • dvusd.org
Glendale Union High School District
7650 N. 43rd Ave., Glendale
623-435-6000 • guhsdaz.org
Madison Elementary School District
5601 N. 16th St., Phoenix • 602-664-7900 • madisonaz.org
Grades: Elementary and middle school
Scottsdale Unified School District
8500 E. Jackrabbit Road, Scottsdale
480-484-6100 • susd.org
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