BLOOD DRIVE MARCH 5!

  We need you! There is a huge blood shortage right now due to all the cold weather and the American Red Cross needs up to step up and give. So City High School is hosting a blood drive at 37 E. Pennington St., on March 5, 2019 from 9:00am- 1:00pm. Please sign up for […]

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Rodeo Break Feb. 21 and 22

  Next week is a short one! City High School takes Rodeo Break on Thursday and Friday, February 21 and 22. We will resume school on Monday, February 25. The next Spring Semester school days off will be Spring Break in March.

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Important Update from CITY Center for Collaborative Learning Board Chair & Executive Director

Dear Students, Staff, Parents, Alumni, Supporters & Community Partners, I write you today with an important announcement. Late last week, I received news from Carrie Brennan, our longtime organizational leader and one of our co-founders, that she will be stepping down from her current post in June 2019. I want to share important information about our […]

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Somos Familia: February 16 at Las Milpitas Community Farm

City High School’s Family Association invites the Tucson community to come celebrate the importance of community and family love. Somos Familia is a community event that seeks to refocus the energy of St. Valentine’s Day back to the importance of family and community solidarity. This event highlights and embraces all forms of family and community […]

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Student Voice Committee Attend the Teen Leadership Summit!

The Pima Association of Governments hosted the Teen Leadership Summit at the University of Arizona and Andie Sweetman, our new Student Voice Committee Advisor, made sure her leaders did not miss out. Sophomore Teddy Providence, Junior Trinity Ferguson and Senior Sam Zazueta came back fired up and full of excitement from the day. Trinity was excited […]

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Internship Spotlight: Eddie Holm

  Eddie Holm is interning with Professor Betsy Arnold at the University of Arizona in the Arnold Microbiology Lab. He is helping them try to figure out the relationship between fungus and plants. On a typical day, Eddie works to parafilm fungus. This means there are several vials filled with samples from Petri dishes that […]

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Open Enrollment for 2019-2020 ends Feb 1st

Choosing a high school is a big decision for 8th graders and their families to make, and we encourage everyone to get out and visit the schools they are considering as part of their research! The enrollment deadline is February 1 for new students for the upcoming school year. Applications for 2019-2020 received on or before February 1, […]

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College and Career Family Workshops

College and Career Family Workshops Navigating high school and making sure that you have the right information in the time you need it can be very challenging. Here is the list of workshops for this semester that will help support parents and guardians in making the most informed decisions to help their students. All the […]

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TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

CITY High School Drama presents Christopher Sergel’s stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, on January 25th & 26th in the 37 Commons performance space on our campus. Showtimes are 7pm nightly, with a 2pm Saturday matinee. Runtime is approximately 2 hours with a brief intermission. Tickets to all shows are available […]

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Internship Spotlight: Zoe DiSanto

Zoe DiSanto is interning with Angel Brophy, the EON Project Coordinator. “What I love about interning at SAAF is that I’m given an opportunity to give back to a community that has done so much for me. I started going to EON and SAAF some number of years ago, when I was still mostly closeted, […]

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