Berg: Kingston-Scottsdale’s friendship grows thanks to student artists

It was exactly 25 years ago this spring that Kingston embarked on a new partnership and by doing so, extended the hand of cross-border friendship [...] Continue Reading →

Kurland: New Arizona bill could allow employers to pay working students less

The Republican majority in the Arizona House of Representatives, with all 31 votes, passed a bill to allow businesses to pay working students [...] Continue Reading →

Eskildson: Is Arizona pupil achievement improving?

Despite tripling inflation-adjusted per-pupil spending since 1972, overall 17-year-old pupil achievement in America is essentially unchanged, and [...] Continue Reading →

Eagle College Prep students give foster children Christmas presents

Two middle school students from Eagle College Prep South Mountain organized a fundraiser to help foster children at Devereux Advanced Behavioral [...] Continue Reading →

Chinese student delegation pays visit to Cave Creek schools

Forty Chinese middle and high school students recently completed their inaugural trip to the United States after attending Sonoran Trails Middle [...] Continue Reading →

School district initiative to teach students principles of Frank Lloyd Wright

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and the Paradise Valley Unified School District Community Education Department are partnering on a six-week [...] Continue Reading →

Special-needs students learning culinary arts at Cave Creek school district classes

Unified Culinary Arts 1, for 11th grade through age 22, was introduced this summer at Education and Community Services, a department of the Cave [...] Continue Reading →

Copper Ridge students named state winners in STEM Competition

For the second year in a row, Copper Ridge School students dominated Arizona’s annual statewide E-Cybermission competition with sixth graders [...] Continue Reading →

Over $1.5M in scholarships now available for local students

The Arizona Community Foundation’s online scholarship portal is now accepting applications, making scholarship funding opportunities available to [...] Continue Reading →

7 PVSchools students named National Merit semifinalists

A total of seven students from Horizon High School, Paradise Valley High School and Pinnacle High School have been named as semifinalists for the [...] Continue Reading →