Horizon’s 56th Street Comedy Club wins championship

Horizon High School’s 56th Street Comedy Club won the National Comedy Theatre High School League State Championship that was at the National [...] Continue Reading →

PVSchools expands early childhood learning programs

The Paradise Valley Unified School District is expanding its early childhood learning programs with the opening of the Little Cubs at the [...] Continue Reading →

PVSchools purchases new student artwork

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story had a misspelling in Julie Bacon’s name. We apologize for any confusion this may have [...] Continue Reading →

Desert Shadows, Sonoran Sky earn A+ recognition

Desert Shadows Elementary School and Sonoran Sky Elementary School each earned the A+ School of Excellence Award from the Arizona Educational [...] Continue Reading →

PVSchools students take first in InvestWrite essay contest

The Paradise Valley Unified School District had two students win first place in the Arizona InvestWrite essay contest: Riya Bhakta, a 5th-grade [...] Continue Reading →

Horizon, Paradise Valley seniors named U.S. Presidential Scholars candidates

Tania Domenzain-Vera, a senior at Horizon High School, and Mac McGraw, a senior at Paradise Valley High School, have been selected as candidates [...] Continue Reading →

Horizon senior among PVSchools’ National Merit finalists

The Paradise Valley Unified School District announced four high school seniors were named National Merit finalists. The finalists included Alyssa [...] Continue Reading →

PVSchools Governing Board selects Jesse Welsh as next superintendent

The PVSchools Governing Board has selected Jesse Welsh, Ed.D., assistant superintendent of Clark County School District, to serve as [...] Continue Reading →

4 PV students named as 2019 National Merit semifinalists

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has released the names of the 2019 National Merit Semifinalist, four of which are from Paradise Valley [...] Continue Reading →

PVSchools superintendent announces retirement

Paradise Valley Unified School District Superintendent James P. Lee, Ed.D. has announced his plans to retire at the conclusion of the 2018-19 [...] Continue Reading →