Most excellent in Scottsdale. Call me know if you have any questions. High schools and college preps.
Jeffrey Masich, Realtor, GRI, MBA
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Teresa R. Fahl, Realtor ~ Fine Homes Specialist
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The school options in Scottsdale are excellent, including public, private and charter schools. I would be happy to discuss specific school options for your family as part of your home search process. As a native of Scottsdale with children in Scottsdale area schools, I am very familiar with the options available to you. Please contact me at you convenience to discuss.
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The good news is that you have a lot of quality options in this area. Public schools of Scottsdale are considered great, then you have the Charters that specialize in a certain curriculum (like Montessori) but are still funded by the state, and lastly you have private schools with high tuition but options for scholarships. You also have a good chance of getting into the school you want...no endless waiting lists.
Mission Montessori is a charter school with 4 campuses in Scottsdale. It offers affordable quality education as an alternative to mainstream. Redfield is considered the flagship school of the Scottsdale Unified School District. They have programs for gifted children and offer lots of extras like technology and music.
From my own experience the best thing to do is talk to other Moms, not look up ratings on websites..... I'll be glad to chat and answer questions anytime 480-236-6069
You can find detailed school information at my website.
You may enjoy the http://www.greatschools.org website to search school "grade" reports. While top rated schools are important for property values it is also important to place your children where they will excel and as a mother of 3 who have been through Pinnacle High School (one still there) its important to know what your child needs and whether the school serves that need and your expecations as a parent. take the top ranked and then call the administration to answer questions and provide a tour of the school.
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-- Pinnacle High School, which serves northeast Phoenix and north Scottsdale
-- Cactus Shadows High School, which serves the town of Cave Creek (north of Scottsdale)
-- Chaparral High School, which serves north central Scottsdale (and is my own alma mater)
Notre Dame Prep and Scottsdale Prep also serve the northeast Valley but are not public schools.
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Ranking high schools
A look at how Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report ranked the Valley's public, non-charter schools for 2010.
421: Pinnacle High School; Paradise Valley Unified.
1064: Hamilton High School; Chandler Unified.
1212: Horizon High School; Paradise Valley Unified.
1248: Basha High School; Chandler Unified.
1294: Cactus Shadows High School; Cave Creek Unified.
1311: Desert Mountain High School; Scottsdale Unified.
1491: Chandler High School; Chandler Unified.
1494: Chaparral High School; Scottsdale Unified.
1651: Mountain View High School; Mesa Public Schools.
1716: North Canyon High School; Paradise Valley Unified.
U.S. News & World Report
Silver Medal Award
Chaparral High School; Scottsdale Unified.
Desert Mountain High School; Scottsdale Unified.
Mountain View High School; Scottsdale Unified.
Washington High School; Glendale Union High.
Bronze Medal Award
Cortez High School; Glendale Union High.
Desert Vista High School; Tempe Union High.
Dobson High School; Mesa Public Schools.
Greenway High School; Glendale Union High.
Moon Valley High School; Glendale Union High.
Red Mountain High School; Mesa Public Schools.
Skyline High School; Mesa Public Schools.
Sunnyslope High School; Glendale Union High.
Thunderbird High School; Glendale Union High.
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