A crowd estimated at more than 400 attended Tempe Union High School District’s free special presentation “The Minds of Boy and Girls,” delivered by Dr. Michael Gurian. The event was held Feb. 8 in the auditorium of McClintock High School.
In its final concert of the school year, the Marcos de Niza Chamber Orchestra is excited to be joined by a special guest - world-renowned violinist and Concertmaster of the Phoenix Symphony, Steven Moeckel. The show is free and open to the public.
Dr. Cliff Moon considers his first nine months in Tempe Union’s newly created role of Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator part of what he calls "a building year." He’s spent his time having conversations, discussions and perhaps more importantly listening and building relationships within the school community and among its stakeholders.
Join the the Botany Club and Environmental Club in the Corona del Sol Garden on Earth Day, Saturday April 22, for hands-on activitiesfrom 9am-noon. Have fun while learning sustainable gardening tips.
For the second time, Desert Vista High School has earned the A+ School of Excellence™ Award from the Arizona Educational Foundation*.
Mountain Pointe High School Engineering teacher Mel Wendell has been named 2017 Arizona Regional Robotics Teacher of the Year by FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC). Ms. Wendell was nominated by her students and was presented with the award at the FRC 2017 Arizona West Regional which was held April 5-8 at Grand Canyon University.
A partnership between the Tempe Union High School District, ASU Preparatory Academy and Arizona State University aims to provide a new, innovative option for moving more students to graduation and college success.
This fall, ASU Prep will provide expanded college going opportunities at Tempe Union’s Compadre Academy as the two schools begin operating their respective programs collaboratively on the Compadre campus.
The Tempe Diablos announced the winners for the 28th Annual Excellence in Education Awards. More than 300 teachers, administrators and staff from the tri-district, Tempe Union, Tempe Elementary and Kyrene were nominated for their outstanding contributions.
The Marcos de Niza Best Buddies chapter was recently named Most Amazing Chapter in Arizona, which recognizes the Padres as the best chapter out of 48 across the state.
The non-profit Tempe Dollars for Scholars will hold its 11th annual awards event on Monday, April 24, 2017, in support of the academic success of Tempe Union High School District students.
Students and staff at Mountain Pointe High School wore pink on April 7, 2017 to show their support for teacher Ms. Leah Gilbert, who is fighting cancer.
Guadalupe Teen Court recently celebrated its two year anniversary with an event to recognize its accomplishments.
Corona del Sol Percussion students won the Percussion Scholastic Concert division at the WGAZ State Championships on Saturday, April 1, 2017 and are ranked No. 1 in the nation.
The Best Buddies clubs of Mountain Pointe and Desert Vista teamed up to host a prom on April 8 with a fiesta theme. Students from Tempe High School's Mariachi de Tempe performed.
The physical education program at Mountain Pointe High School was featured recently at a research meeting in Boston. The research showed that 20 years after graduation, students who took Mountain Pointe’s Fitness for Life class were more active than they were in high school and much more active than typical American adults.
The Tempe High Key Club recently competed at the Southwest District Convention in El Paso, Texas. Club members have logged 4,600 service hours this year and raised more than $4,000 for charity, were honored for numerous achievements.
Corona del Sol Percussion won the WGI Percussion Regional Champinship in San Bernardino, California. The group received 1st place in Open Class prelim and finals competitions and received the highest score.
Students from Tempe High, McClintock, Marcos de Niza, Corona del Sol and Mountain Pointe high schools spent the day on the campus of Mesa Community College to get a taste of what the school has to offer.