Student Resources

Hello Students!

Looking for information just for you? Well you’ve come to the right place.

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Here’s a letter from the Arizona Superintendent of Education, Kathy Hoffman and Arizona university leaders. For those of you who are university ready, Arizona State University (ASU), Northern Arizona University (NAU) and the University of Arizona (UA) are ready for you!

For the English version, click here.

For the Spanish version, click here.

How High School Students Can Get Work Experience During Coronavirus

Summer is coming, and the search for summer jobs has definitely changed this year!  If you would like some tips on how to find jobs online, gain skills, and do well, click here.

Current Students

Find information about the Senior Exit Project.

Learn more about dress code, grading policies, and more in our Student Information Packet.

Life After High School

We have gathered resources to help you plan your life after college. Look at the links below to find more information about choosing (and applying for) colleges, joining the military, and finding scholarships.

Find information about College and Scholarship Information

Find information about Military Careers.

Scholarship Information

Here are some resources to help you find scholarships and financial aid for college and technical education programs. For current scholarship opportunities click here.

Help for students with Intellectual Disabilities

Support for Students with Intellectual Disabilities: College programs, funding and other key resources to ensure success. Click here.

Help searching for college scholarships and grants

Click here if you have questions like:

  • How early should I start looking for scholarships?
  • What paperwork do I need when I start my application?
  • What is work study and how does it differ from a scholarship?