Amy Zhou of Scottsdale Prep earns Presidential Scholar award

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recently named Amy Zhou, a senior at Scottsdale Preparatory Academy, as a 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholar. [...] Continue Reading →

Newly certified teachers graduate from Scottsdale program

The teacher shortage in Arizona shrank a little this week. Twenty-three new certified teachers graduated from the Scottsdale Teacher Education [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD taps SPS+ for architectural services at Hohokam Elementary

Hohokam Elementary School will have architectural services for its upcoming project after the Scottsdale Unified School approved the selection of [...] Continue Reading →

Gateway Academy graduates to perform rock concert at commencement

When graduating senior Owen Wilson started at Gateway Academy, a school serving twice exceptional students on the Autism spectrum, he was in [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s Cochrane receives place on Fulbright Summer Institute

Scottsdale native Kylie Cochrane has received a place on a Fulbright Summer Institute to study at the University of Bristol. Considered among the [...] Continue Reading →

Chaparral student earns full scholarship from Ottawa University Arizona

Ottawa University Arizona (OUAZ) has awarded two full-tuition and four partial-tuition scholarships to six high school graduates, one of which [...] Continue Reading →

Chaparral, Paradise Valley students earn Desert Financial scholarships

Desert Financial Credit Union marked 15 years of its Community Service Scholarship this week by awarding nearly $50,000 to 15 Arizona high school [...] Continue Reading →

Cactus Shadows senior named National Merit Scholarship Finalist

Cactus Shadows High School has announced Sarah Weiss has been named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist. Miss Weiss will receive the New [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD Governing Board approves CMAR contract for Cherokee rebuild

Cherokee Elementary School took the next step in its rebuild process as the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board unanimously [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools M&O status, declining enrollment holds future of district in balance

As the Scottsdale Unified School District faces a decision on whether or not to ask its voters for a maintenance and operations override [...] Continue Reading →