Link to Annual Parent Survey

Help us achieve 100% return rate on this important annual survey for parents and guardians. The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to provide us with essential feedback on our educational program. Parents, please follow this LINK to the survey.    

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Eve Rifkin Earns a Doctoral Degree from Vanderbilt University

There’s a doctor in the house! City High School just got a whole lot smarter as, last weekend, City High School co-founder, Eve Rifkin graduated with a doctoral degree in Education Leadership and Policy from Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College of Education and Human Development. Eve successfully completed the three-year EdD program at Vanderbilt while serving […]

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Last Chance To Sign Up For Gateways!

Parents: If you haven’t already done so, please sign up for your child’s Gateway as soon as possible. At the end of every school year, City High School students create a gateway presentation to demonstrate their academic progress and personal development as it pertains to the school’s mission and our Habits of Heart and Mind. […]

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Graduation 2017: May 26 @ 7:00

Graduation will take place Friday, May 26, at 7:00pm. The location for this year’s ceremony is Jácome Plaza, located at 101 North Stone Avenue, next to the Joel Valdez Main Library. Graduating seniors will need to be at City High School no later than 6:00pm that evening to prepare for the event. For other details about the event, […]

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Summer School Registration Now Open

City High School is offering two 2-week summer school sessions in 2017. Students have the opportunity to earn .5 credit (equivalent to 1 semester) each session. Session A is June 5 – 16. Session B is June 19 – June 30. Classes will meet Monday – Friday, from 9am until 3:30pm, with a 30-minute lunch […]

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The Breakfast Club Tickets Going Fast, Get Yours Now!

City High School’s Drama Production class is in the final stretch of bringing our own adaptation of this John Hughes 80s classic to ZUZI Theater on Friday & Saturday, May 19th & 20th. Expect plenty of laughs, maybe a some tears, plenty of great music, and a few surprises. There are 4 shows over the […]

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Will it float? Join us at the YMCA for Boat Day Thursday, May 11.

Why do boats float? The freshmen have been working on answering this question by designing and building their own life-size boats out of only cardboard and packing tape. Will they sink? Will they float? Join us Thursday, May 11, at 9:45 a.m. at the downtown YMCA to find out!

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Demo Day this Saturday, May 6 — Watch It Live!

Students in Krista Gypton‘s Social Entrepreneurship class will pitch their innovative business ideas on solutions to social and environmental problems to a panel of judges in Phoenix this Saturday, May 6 at the Seed Spot Next Demo Day. Each team in class has three minutes to deliver their pitch! Oliver Dewey and Angelique Montano will compete in […]

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A Big Week for Seniors!

As the school year enters its final stretch, seniors have one last milestone to reach before crossing the stage as high school graduates: The Senior Gateway. Each year, during the first week of May, Seniors deliver their final presentation of learning, reflecting on their growth and accomplishments during their time at City HS. Senior Gateways are […]

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Krista Gypton Receives UA Wildcat Writers Award

Congratulations to City High School English Teacher, Krista Gypton, who will be honored with a Wildcat Writers‘ Service Learning Award. Krista will receive the award at the University of Arizona Writing Program’s annual awards ceremony on Thursday, April 27 at 5:00 p.m. at the Arizona History Museum. The Wildcat Writers’ program connects high school and college writing teachers and […]

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