Food Science Gets Real

Ming-Min Lee (lab manager) and students prep for hands-on lab work at the University of Arizona Microbiology lab. This year City High School has a new Food Science class and students have been getting out of the classroom and into labs all over Tucson to get their hands dirty and see the concepts move from […]

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Volunteering Toward the Future

  Samantha Zazueta is a senior this year with big dreams of going to college to become a doctor or a nurse. While many students choose to take it easy their senior year, falling for the trap of “senioritis”, Sam is dedicating her extra time to volunteering at Banner Health in the Children’s Wing. Sam […]

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Lathes in the MakerSpace, Thanks to Community Support!

The MakerSpace afterschool program is now learning how to spin and shape wood on their brand new lathes that were donated by some community members. Dan and Candy Davis of the Pueblo Optimist Club donated a lathe. Dana Mahan donated all the way from South Africa stating, “I spent the first 5 years of my […]

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Internship Spotlight: Tala McKenna-Johnson

Tala McKenna-Johnson is at their dream internship with Lisa Marie at Straight to the Point, whose mission it is to “… serve and accentuate the beauty of individuality and self-love through professional body piercing.” Tala has been learning a ton about how to run a business, how to take care of piercings and jewelry, and how […]

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Veterans Day- School Closed Monday, Nov. 12

A reminder to our students and parents: School will be closed on Monday, November 12 for Veterans Day. Keep up to date with all school events on our 2018-2019 school calendar.

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5th Annual Chili Cook Off, Thursday 11/1

The Chili Cook-Off is one of City High’s most fun and successful events and it’s COMING UP NOVEMBER 1st at 5:30 pm. Staff, students, families, EVERYONE can enter! FILL OUT THIS FORM  if you want to wow us with your best chili creation! We will have medals for best meat, best veggie/vegan, best overall, and people’s choice! Contestants eat FREE! […]

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You’re Invited: Day of the Dead Celebration

  Leslie’s Spanish classes have been teamed up with Barrio Viejo Elderly Housing and MOCA to dive into the rich culture of Dia de Los Muertos. Students have been making decorations and shrines for the event. This is a beautiful example of what place-based learning looks like. We invite all families to join us on November […]

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Internship Spotlight: Christian LaVigne

Christian LaVigne is interning with Clayton Clark,  the Property Manager of the Historic Y. “The Historic Y is a center for the arts, education, human rights and social and environmental justice and full-service professional office building offering long-term office leases; short-term space rentals for classes, meetings, recording and events; and dance and theatre classes and […]

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Halloween at City High!

            City High School’s Annual Student Halloween Costume Contest will be held on Wednesday, 10/31, from 11:40-12:30. Students are invited to wear their costumes to school on Halloween, as long as their faces are visible during classes, and no weapons are included in the costume. Our schedule will be as follows: […]

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Internship Spotlight: Paloma Martinez

Senior year can be stressful and daunting, but at City High School our internship program makes it exciting and relevant! We will be running a series of internship spotlights so we can share with the community the amazing experiences our Seniors are having.   Paloma Martinez is interning with Dr. PennElys Droz at Sustainable Nations.  […]

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