The school reopening task force will continue to meet weekly into July, reviewing proposals for the instructional models and how to meet the social/emotional needs of students and staff for the start of school.
We serve approximately 1550 students. Our district covers more than 19 square miles and draws students from the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation as well as other students whose parents prefer they attend FHUSD.
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Here at the Fountain Hills Unified School District, our students become well-rounded, lifelong learners by engaging in outstanding academic and extracurricular programs. The level of support here among parents and community members is unparalleled, but you don't have to take our word for it. View the video to hear what parents just like you are saying about FHUSD as their school of choice.
U.S. News & World Report ranked FHHS number 19 (top 4%) in their 2016 Best High Schools report. Ranked in the top 8% nationally.
The Arizona Board of Regents ranks FHHS in the top 5% for graduates earning a 4-year degree. 142 graduates in the Class of 2016 earned over three million dollars in scholarship money.
2016 Division 3 State Champions in both girls soccer and track.