Before the start of classes this year, Tempe Academy of International Studies received recognition from the International Baccalaureate World Organization that its curriculum has achieved a prestigious milestone—award of IB’s gold-standard recognition: accreditation status.
As homecoming season approaches, one man has taken the invite to return to his alma mater to another level. Cory Nenaber, a former football player at Corona del Sol High School, is once again the talk of the Aztecs.
Kyrene Traditional Academy/Sureño Campus has been recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2015, one of 335 such institutions selected nationwide.
The Kyrene School District is one of the most successful in the state, serving more than 17,000 students while maintaining a consistent “A” rating.
Students at Corona del Sol High School have earned an unprecedented 107 scholar awards in the Advanced Placement exams they took in May.
Kids live in a scary world today, says Scott Segerson, performing arts teacher at Kyrene Del Pueblo Middle School.
The Kyrene School District has a reputation for innovation and high academic outcomes. Now, it hopes to build on that status by being first in the state to also focus on educational equity.
At Tempe’s Corona del Sol High School, a sand volleyball court is being transformed into an outdoor art gallery.
It’s just the start of the school year, but enrollment figures always interest the Kyrene Governing Board, so officials supplied a report of student enrollment taken on the tenth day of classes, Aug. 14
Before the teachers and students arrive at Kyrene del Norte elementary school, Jim Flannery begins his day as the site support technician about 6:30 a.m.