• OPEN ENROLLMENT is Available! Our high schools have it all – more classes, more specialized programs, more support and more opportunities than any other school district.  Make new friends and hang with your old friends; create memories; EXPAND your horizons; EXPLORE your future; EXPRESS yourself and EXCEED your expectations.  This is an exciting time for you.  Our job is to prepare every student for success in college, career and life.  Your job is to take advantage of all Phoenix Union has to offer.  ENROLL with us and you’ll have the EXPERIENCE of a Lifetime.To apply online or download the form, please visit www.PhoenixUnion.org/Enroll. Apply Today!
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  • Request Transcripts Online 
    You can now request transcripts and student records online. Go to www.PhoenixUnion.org/records to learn how.
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  • Cox Connect2Compete  
    Cox Communications is offering high speed internet for $9.95 per month for qualifying Phoenix Union Families. To see if you qualify, visit www.connect2compete.org/cox.
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Today is Saturday, October 10, 2015.

District News


Phoenix Union High School District is one of the largest high school districts in the country, with 16 schools, over 27,000 students, and nearly 3,000 employees.  Phoenix Union covers 220-square miles of Arizona’s capital city.


  • Possible Bus Strike

    This message is for students who take the city bus to school.

    There is a possibility of a Phoenix Public Transit Department bus strike that may affect student transportation to and from school, beginning Monday, October 12.  A strike vote is pending as of Friday afternoon, October 9. We urge students and parents to arrange for alternative transportation in the event of a strike. You can get updates on the strike and if bus service will be affected at Valley Metro’s website, www.valleymetro.org, or by calling Valley Metro Customer Service at 602-253-5000.

    Light rail will not be affected.  The following bus routes would be impacted in the event of a strike: 

    0-Central Ave.; 1-Washington/Jefferson; 7-7th Street; 8-7th Ave.; 10-Roosevelt/32nd Street; 12-12th Street; 15-15th Ave.; 16-16th Street; 19-19th Ave.; 27-27th Ave.; 28-Lower Buckeye; 35-35th Ave.; 39-40th Street North Phoenix; 44-44th St/Tatum; 50-Camelback; 52-Roeser; 60-Bethany Home; 70-Glendale/24th Street; 80-Northern/Shea; 90-Dunlap/Cave Creek; 106-Peoria; 122-Cactus; 138-Thunderbird; 154-Greenway; 170-Bell; 186-Union Hills/Mayo, the SMART (Sunnyslope) and DASH (downtown) circulators and all RAPID commuter routes: Central South Mountain East; Central South Mountain West; I-10 East, I-10 West, I-17 and SR-51.


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  • Volunteers Needed For 2015 PUHSD Academic Decathlon

    This year’s scrimmage  will be hosted at Maryvale High School on Friday, November 13th and Saturday, November 14th. 200 volunteers needed for this event and we hope you will help out this year. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Certificates will be available once again for those who can volunteer!

    For more info and to sign up to volunteer visit: http://phoenixunion.schoolwires.net/Page/15293


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  • PUHSD Governing Board Calls for November District Additional Assistance Override Election 

    In June, the Phoenix Union High School District Governing Board unanimously approved a resolution to call for a District Additional Assistance (DAA) Budget Override Election, November 3.  The DAA Budget Override, formerly called a Capital Outlay Override,  allows a school district to levy a tax to pay for capital needs that cannot be met by the District’s regular capital budget. The election was called in response to the State Legislature’s 85% reduction in the District’s capital funding in recent years.
    Link to Press Release 
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Did You Know? 
Bioscience, Franklin Police and Fire and Metro Tech High Schools were designated as Bronze schools in the U.S. News and World Report’s Best High Schools rankings.
4502 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
602.764.1100 Phone
602.764.1240 Fax
Superintendent: Dr. Chad E. Gestson
Established: 1895
Schools: 16
Students: 27,031
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