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     Student Achievement


     

    The mission of the Humanities and Sciences High School is to prepare adult high school students, ages 16 to 21, academically for occupational education, postsecondary education, social responsibility, employability, and lifelong learning.

    The Mission of the International Commerce High School is to prepare adult high school students, ages 16 to 21, academically for occupational education, postsecondary education, social responsibility, employability, and lifelong learning.

    Graduates have been admitted to:

    American University Gateway Community College Scottsdale Community College
    Amherst College Glendale Community College Southwestern College
    Arizona College Harrison Middleton University Stanford University
    Arizona State University, Honors College Harvard College State University of New York at Plattsburgh
    Brigham Young University Hawaii Pacific University St. John's College
    Brigham Young University-Idaho High-Tech Institute Swarthmore College
    Brown University Jacksonville State University Tulane University
    California Institute of Technology Knox College United States Naval Academy
    Chandler/Gilbert Community College Luther College University of Arizona-Honors College
    Clark College Mesa Community College University of California-Berkeley
    Coconino Community College Navajo Technical College University of California-Los Angeles
    Collins College Northern Arizona University University of California-San Diego
    Columbia University-New York Occidental College University of Denver
    Conservatory of Recording Art and Sciences Pacific Northwest College of the Arts University of Hawaii at Manoa
    Cornell College Pan-Am International Flight Academy University of Montana
    DeVry Institute Paradise Valley Community College University of New Mexico
    Dinè College Phoenix College, Honors Program University of North Carolina-Asheville
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Pima Medical Institute University of Puget Sound
    Estrella Mountain Community College Pitzer College University of Southern California
    Evergreen State College Rio Salado Community College University of Texas-Austin
    Fort Lewis College San Juan College University of Virginia
    Furman University Sarah Lawrence College Williams College
    Grand Canyon University Saul Ross State University  

     

    Military Service

    Graduates are serving in the United States Army, the United States Navy, the United States Marine Corps, the United State Air Force, and United States Coast Guard.

     

    College Attendance:

    The high school pays all costs for tuition and books for students who concurrently enroll in college courses. Students are concurretnly enrolled in general  education requirements for transfer to universities and concurrently enrolled in courses for occupational programs that include:

    College Algebra General Biology Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
    English Composition Business Statistics Intermediate Algebra Accelerated
    Music Theory African-American History I Acting
    Introduction to Psychology American Sign Language V Finite Mathematics
    Introduction to Logic Arizona History Sociology
    General Chemistry Concert Music American Government
    Classical Piano Criminal Investigation I Introduction to Deafness
    Beginning Guitar Elementary Spanish Ideas and Values in the Humanities
    Fundamental/Organic Chemistry Developmental Psychology Computer Graphic Art
    Prehistoric through Gothic Art Finger Spelling Music Theory IB
    Drawing and Composition II General Physics Rules of Evidence
    Computer Information Systems Introduction to Literature Anthropology
    History of Western Civilization Modern Arranging II Accounting Principles II
    Electronic Music Plane Trigonometry Brief Calculus
    Classical Guitar Social Sciences Electronic Publishing
    Plants and Society History of World Civilization Macroeconomic Principles
    Financial Accounting Racial and Ethnic Minorities Introduction to Microcomputers
    Microsoft Windows Wild Land Firefighter Altitude Instruments and Navigation
    Aircraft Structure and Systems Mythology Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters
    Aviation Meteorology Introduction to Art Introduction to Logic
    Basic Airplane Systems Hazardous Materials United States History
    Intermediate Algebra History of Western Civilization Ethical Issues in Health Care
    World Religions Automotive Fuel Systems Human Anatomy and Physiology
    Introduction to Business Engine Overhaul Euclid, Archimedes, Nicomachus
    Automatic Transmissions Cultural Anthropology Philosophy and Religion
    Medical Terminology The Great Conversation American Jazz and Popular Music
    Business Communications Imaginative Literature Navajo Tribal Government
    Twentieth Century Imaginative Literature Natural Sciences Navajo Language

     

    Co-Curricular Lifetime Recreation

    In addition to their academic studies, students may participate in co-curricular lifetime recreation activities. Students participate after completion of American Red Cross Sports Safety Training and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Training. Activities are provided through city parks and recreation programs.