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What school district is Maricopa Arizona?

What school district is Maricopa Arizona?

Maricopa Unified School District
Maricopa Unified School District #20 / Homepage.

What division is Maricopa High School?

School Information

Street Address 45012 West Honeycutt Avenue
School District Maricopa Unified #20
Conference 6A – Desert Southwest
School Colors Red, White, Black
Mascot Rams

How many students are in Maricopa Unified School District?


Total Students: 7,492
Classroom Teachers (FTE): 365.80
Student/Teacher Ratio: 20.48
Students with IEPs: 1,289

How many students attend Maricopa High?

2,287Maricopa High School / Number of students (2018–2019)

How many teachers are in Maricopa County?

Total Students: 139
Classroom Teachers (FTE): 18.00
Student/Teacher Ratio: 7.72
Students with IEPs: 28

What county is Maricopa AZ in?

Pinal CountyMaricopa / County

When was Maricopa High School built?

1955Maricopa High School / Founded

Is Cactus Shadows a good school?

Cactus Shadows High School is ranked #2,223 in the National Rankings….Ranking Factors.

Ranking Factors National State
College Curriculum Breadth Index Rank #3,008 #31
Math and Reading Proficiency Rank #2,481 (tie) #61
Math and Reading Performance Rank #6,861 #168
Graduation Rate Rank #7,503 #137

Are Arizona schools uniform?

Instead of providing “for the establishment and maintenance of a general and uniform public school system,” the state has steadily reduced its support of public schools by nearly eliminating all funding for school buildings and capital needs. …

Is Maricopa AZ a good place to live?

Maricopa is also one of the safest cities in Arizona. Safewise consistently votes Maricopa one of the safest cities in the state thanks to its low crime numbers. The small-community feel contributes to a neighborly vibe and a lower crime rate. Active neighborhood watch associations also help to keep crime rates low.

What is Maricopa AZ known for?

It was known as an oasis in the desert thanks to the convergence of four water supplies: the Gila, Vekol, Santa Cruz, and Santa Rosa rivers. Around the end of the 19th century, the community moved eight miles south and became known as just Maricopa.

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