At front, Catalina Foothills senior Meira Abidov, 18, looks into the stands while sitting with fellow students during the graduation ceremonies. The ceremony was May 21, and almost 380 students got diplomas.
Students Ryan Kiss, 18, and Alex Yotter, 17, congratulate each other for making it to graduation. The high school is at 4300 E. Sunrise Drive. See more photos of area high school commencement ceremonies at live.azstarnet.com online.
Friends since middle school and a couple since their sophomore year, seniors Galaxia Mayagoitia and Joshua Hernandez, both 18, spend time together before the event. Mayagoitia will study at the University of Arizona, and Hernandez is heading to school in Mexico on a basketball scholarship.
Students' fruit, veggie wash honored
Lily Martinez, applying makeup before her curtain call, was among45 actors in Catalina Foothills High's production of the Cole Porter musical-comedy, "Anything Goes." Playing to a sold-out, 400-seat house Friday, it was the school's 100th production. Fifteen student technicians and six adult…
Choir director Addie Akin plays the piano as she works with the cast during a vocal warmup.
Ben Nichols, left, gets his collar adjusted by Nowell Kral before the opening night of "Anything Goes."
The Catalina Foothills High orchestra performed during the school's presentation of the musical-comedy.
Sara Fallahi and Drake Sherman perform during the Catalina Foothills High School production of "Anything Goes." The action takes place aboard an ocean liner sailing from New York to England.
Families get in free to Saturday SCIFest
Concert kicks off inaugural Tucson Desert Song Festival.
Several girls who attend Catalina Foothills High School and one Northern Arizona University student helped obtain proclamations commemorating Oct. 11 as the Day of the Girl from the city of Tucson, Pima County, and the city of Flagstaff.
A Catalina Foothills High School football player was seriously injured Monday night on the drive home from practice with teammates.
If anyone has a question about giant pandas, Ashley Jaeger probably knows the answer.
Thirteen Tucson-area students have been named National Merit Scholarship winners.
Five Southern Arizona high schoolers won overall grand and special awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Director Kellen Avender, left, and scenic designer John Millerd work out where to put a desk onstage during a rehearsal of the Catalina Foothills High School Department of the Theatre Arts' production of "The Good Doctor."
Alex Muscat waits for his cue to begin as the character Peter.