The Fort Huachuca Accommodation Schools are operated under the laws of the State of Arizona. The school district is under the direction and authority of the Cochise County School Superintendent, Trudy Berry, and is directly administered by a District Superintendent. Financial support for FHA Schools comes from taxes of the State of Arizona, County of Cochise, and the U.S. Department of Education. Funding received from the State of Arizona and U.S. Department of Education is based upon the average daily membership of students for the year.Dr. Ronda Frueauff, Superintendent and Mrs. Diane Chinen, Superintendent's Secretary (520-458-5082), are located in the Superintendent's Office, 21111 Hines Road.
The School Liaison Officer works in conjunction with the Child and Youth Services Division and local school community to address educational issues involving military children. Through partnering with the local and military community, the School Liaison Officer acts as a communication link between the installation and surrounding school districts.
Sierra Vista Unified School District is located in the high desert of beautiful southeastern Arizona and is home to 6213 students in 436 classrooms for pre-schoolers through grade 12. It encompasses 108.04 square miles and employs 362 Certified, 374 Classified and 16 Administrative staff.
Palominas Elementary School District No. 49 is comprised of three school sites serving 1075 students with a K-8 organizational plan. Palominas Elementary District is located in a rural area situated 90 miles southeast of Tucson, Arizona. The District encompasses 192 square miles and serves a rapidly growing area of Sierra Vista. During recent Parent/Teacher Conferences over 95% of parents met with teachers. The most recent Achievement profile for Coronado School is Highly Performing, Palominas School is Highly Performing and Valley View School is Highly Performing.
Our district includes three schools, Walter J. Meyer Elementary (PreK-8th), Huachuca City Elementary (PreK-8th), Tombstone High School (9th-12th). Our district covers a large geographical area of more than 510 square miles including the communities of Coronado, Fairbank, Gleeson, Huachuca City, Presidential Estates, Whetstone, Woody Hills, and Tombstone, Arizona. Our district was organized and the main building was constructed in 1922. We currently educate more than 920 students with 65 certified teachers, which translates to a very low student/teacher ratio of 14:1. In addition to our belief that all students can achieve academically, we also help them find and develop talents in a wide variety of areas, including athletics, art, vocational, and more.
First Baptist Christian Academy offers education with excellence to students from age three through eighth grade. Because of our excellent faculty and staff, the A Beka curriculum, and our central focus on Christ, the Academy offers the finest education available for our students. According to our mission statement, our purpose is "to provide a Christian learning environment in which the spiritual, academic, social, emotional, physical, and mental needs of each student are recognized and fulfilled."
We are an academic school for kindergarten through 12th grade, operating for 175 days per year from mid- August through mid-May. We are a fellowship of families from several different churches in the Sierra Vista area. A 5-member appointed school board of parents, under the oversight of Shiloh Christian Ministries Board of Directors, assists the school administration. We have a staff of teachers committed to the relevance of the Bible to every academic discipline, and the development of the whole person -- body, soul and spirit. We are a member of Oral Roberts University Educational Fellowship and are fully accredited through the International Christian Accrediting Association.
All Center for Academic Success (CAS) school sites place an emphasis on the acquisition of the basic skills required for a successful and productive life after high school, whether it be post secondary education or the workplace. Without a strong basic skills foundation, further learning will be seriously impeded.
The Sierra Summit Academy's mission is to reflect the individual strengths and characteristics of its participants. The teachers, administrators, staff, parents, and most importantly, the students. Our ultimate goal of preparing students to be active and informed citizens, hard workers and life-long learners is directed to prepare our students for productive and satisfying lives working toward their goals and realizing their dreams.
CHECC is a group of parents who love their children enough to educate them at home, and want to share ideas and collaborate on events with other home school families. We all recognize that, by ourselves, we are not able to provide for all of our children's educational needs, but through the help of others we can. We share our experience with each other and we share our specific talents and abilities. We host group events such as field trips, spelling bees, enrichment classes, history, science fairs and sports teams. We help coordinate classes for people to share specific knowledge and talents such as gardening, cooking, art, and science. We teach and encourage each other through our monthly parent meetings. If you would like to be a part of this group, we would love to have you join. There is also a desired to serve God through teaching his children and a willingness to share those gifts He has given you with others.