Peoria Unified School District

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Peoria Unified, Arizona’s 4th largest unified school district, began its 120th year educating more than 37,000 students: 25,000 in pre-k through 8th grade in 31 elementary schools and 12,000 freshmen through seniors in 8 high schools. With an annual maintenance and operating budget of $190 million, Peoria Unified puts more money into classrooms and spends less on administration than peer districts. View the PUSD boundary map for locating your Peoria school.

For 11 consecutive years, Peoria Unified School District has lowered the combined tax rate and remains fiscally responsible when spending tax payer dollars. Planning for a career now begins as early as kindergarten. MyLife, the Peoria Unified career development planning process, offers students age-appropriate opportunities within each grade level for exploration of many career options. From academics to the arts, the Peoria Unified Signature Programs provide specialized learning opportunities that would not otherwise be available to west valley families. Also known as Magnet Programs, Signature Programs are offered on several of the elementary and high school campuses. You can view a complete list of Signature Programs at Peoria Unified School District.

Key features for Peoria Unified Schools:
Open enrollment applications year-round
94% high school graduation rate
High school graduates awarded $43 million in scholarships
Full-day kindergarten option offers enhanced curriculum
High AIMS and ACT scores

Full Day Preschool:
Arts integration
Project search
Science inquiry
2nd language immersion

Elementary:
Accelerated academy
Arts leading learning
Fine arts academy
Leadership academy
Gifted academy
STEM academy
Traditional academy
2nd language immersion

High School:
International baccalaureate
Dual enrollment
Online courses
Advanced placement
Career & technical education
Math, enginerering, science academy (MESA)
Air force JROTC

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