The Paradise Valley Unified School District No. 69 is in the northern suburban area of Phoenix, Arizona, in a picturesque desert mountain setting. The district was organized as an elementary district in 1919 and the high school district was established in 1956. The two districts became unified in July 1976. The strategic position in the northern geographical area of Phoenix and Scottsdale creates continued student growth, making it the state's third largest. Most of the schools have been built within the last 16 years.
Approximately 32,250 students attend the 27 elementary schools, five middle schools and four comprehensive high schools. An alternative elementary/middle school and one alternative high school are provided for students needing that educational atmosphere.
A professional certificated staff of more than 1,900 teachers and administrators is dedicated to the development of individual excellence. An additional 1,300 employees support and encourage the teachers and students by providing a safe learning environment.
Since 1970, the community has voted with confidence the passage of all bond and budget override elections. In March 1994, voters approved a bond election totaling $135 million for the construction of five new elementary schools, one new middle school and one new high school which will be built and opened by the year 2000.
Paradise Valley Unified School District is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 48
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