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Advanced Placement Classes: What Are They, and Who Should Take Them?

Chances are you have at least a passing familiarity with Advanced Placement (AP) classes in Phoenix, AZ—they’re a special type of class that can boost your chances of getting into the college of your dreams and even reduce your total workload when you get to the university. Here’s an overview of what these classes can […]

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Important Update

Dear Pointe Schools Family, As of 4:00 PM on Sunday March 15, 2020, Governor Doug Ducey and State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman jointly announced** the closure of all Arizona schools from Monday, March 16 through Friday, March 27. Therefore, all 3 of Pointe’s schools, including the school offices, will be closed from March 16th through March […]

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The Advantages of Smaller Schools in Phoenix, AZ

Your children deserve the best education possible, which is why you should consider the advantages of attending a small school in Phoenix, AZ. Education research consistently indicates that student safety and academic achievement is better in smaller schools. In Arizona, the typical elementary school size is over 500 students (2009-2010 National Center for Education Statistics). […]

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How Does Arizona’s Public School Tax Credit Work?

The Arizona public school tax credit is a useful tool that allows Arizona taxpayers to choose exactly where some of their tax dollars are spent. Rather than sending a check to the state, you can redirect your tax dollars to directly benefit public school students and their schools. The tax credits are deducted dollar-for-dollar from […]

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