City High School's MISSION
City High School strives to be a community of learners in which all members use their minds well and care about one another. We engage with challenging academics and the unique resources of our city and region in order to become active citizens and responsible stewards of our world.
CITY CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE LEARNING's Mission
CITY Center designs, implements, and advances exemplary practices in teaching and learning that transform the lives of young people and their educators.
City High School students have access to an incredible amount of college counseling, application support, essay instruction, and financial aid assistance. Our personalized approach provides targeted engagement with students and families to help every student realize their dreams after they graduate from City High.
Margo Alves is City HIgh’s Internship and College and Career Pathways Coordinator. Margo books individual meetings with every senior early in the year and sets a schedule for supporting each student throughout their senior year and setting them up for success on their unique post-secondary journey. Last year, 72% of all students gained admission to a four-year college, including two students gaining admission into an ivy league university. Already this year, six City HIgh seniors have earned full-ride scholarships to four year universities. Particular attention and support is given to our first generation college applicants.
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“The world we know is changing at an incredibly fast pace. With the advent of AI, we want our students to not just be end users of technology but makers and creators.”
JD Morales teaches upper level math and computer science at City High School. This year he and Misa co-created a new digital maker space where students can learn 3D printing, computer repair, computer programming, coding, and explore the possibilities of AI.
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Our three schools are recruiting qualified and passionate substitute teachers to join our team. Our subs earn $25/hour, which is significantly more money than other districts.
A valid Arizona IVP FCC is required. Please complete the substitute application form if you are interested. We will follow up with a phone call to discuss next steps.