Scottsdale Schools completes racial discrimination investigation at Arcadia

Scottsdale Unified School District completed its investigation into alleged racial discrimination from Arcadia High School basketball coaches, [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale high schools to see security upgrades over summer break

Four Scottsdale Unified School District high schools will soon be receiving administration and lobby security upgrades, after the local school [...] Continue Reading →

Rally cry: Arcadia football community expresses overwhelming support for fired coach

Emotions ran high as a passionate Arcadia High School football community vented its frustrations with the firing of first-year head football [...] Continue Reading →

Zigler is a Charro Future Teacher Scholarship 2019 winner

While it takes most people several years — perhaps even a whole lifetime — to find their passion in life, Zoe Zigler found her [...] Continue Reading →

Artificial turf ensures grass is always greener at Scottsdale schools

One might think the only things growing in Arizona are the temperatures and cacti. Within the Scottsdale Unified School District, however, [...] Continue Reading →

Arcadia softball survives scare to stay alive

More than any high school sport, momentum in softball can stop on a dime and careen violently in the other direction. Arcadia, the top seed in [...] Continue Reading →

Arcadia girls dominate en route to state semifinal showdown with Chaparral

Pace and space and positionless basketball have become the buzzwords at all levels of hoops in the last five years. More teams than ever attempt [...] Continue Reading →

Arcadia Titans trounce Ironwood Ridge to start 5A girls basketball playoffs

The No. 5 Arcadia High School girls basketball team got its 2018 5A state playoffs off to a solid start with a 56-26 win over No. 12 Ironwood [...] Continue Reading →

In the classroom: Arcadia High School’s Jennifer Dukelow

Name: Jennifer Dukelow School: Arcadia High School Why you chose to work in the district: I graduated from Arcadia in 2001, and I loved it so [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale welcomes 33 foreign exchange high school students

This school year, over 40 high school students from foreign countries are in the Scottsdale-area for a year of study. While experiencing America, [...] Continue Reading →