Seniors Kylie Jarufe, left, and Briauna Johnson relax on the football field after graduation practice for Catalina Foothills High School. The ceremony begins at 7:30 tonight.
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A Basis Tucson charter school is ranked second-highest in the nation and its Scottsdale campus is ranked fifth, according to U.S. News & World Report.
A Basis Tucson charter school is ranked second highest in the nation and its Scottsdale campus is ranked fifth, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Area High School art teacher gets 3-years
for sex with students, weeps at sentencing
Male students victimized by high school art teacher
receive high-fives, get wrong idea about women
Male students to receive counseling on feigning remorse,
lectures from parents, awesome stories to tell …
After a wild first week of state tournament basketball, five Southern Arizona teams remain in the hunt for titles.
PHOENIX — The federal government reports that Arizona’s graduation rate for the 2009-2010 was 74.7 percent. That’s below the national average of 78.2 percent.
Although this is the final week of the regular season for soccer teams, basketball will take the spotlight today.
Wrestling takes center stage this week with the Flowing Wells Invitational, but the two other winter sports can't be forgotten with state tournaments quickly approaching.
Wrestling takes center stage this week with the Flowing Wells Invitational, but the two other winter sports can’t be forgotten with state tournaments quickly approaching.
Mountain View senior Bailey Janis, who is undefeated this year and a defending state champion, practices with teammate Ty Waltz.
Mountain View High School's star wrestler Bailey Janis had just won his first state championship and was eating a victory dinner at a Prescott Valley-area steakhouse when his emotions caught up with him and tears started flowing.
Bailey Janis was supposed to be celebrating.
Winter break is over, the tamales and sweets are all gone and that only means one thing.
Flowing Wells' Selynna Felix-Terrazas gets a kiss from her dad, Ramon Felix, while sharing a smile with her mom, Dolores Terrazas, before signing with UA.
All smiles during signing day, Selynna Felix-Terrazas gets a hug from cousin Edna Gonzalez.
Seventeen schools wanted Flowing Wells senior Selynna Felix-Terrazas to compete in gymnastics for them.
Selynna Felix-Terrazas gets a congratulatory lift from her friends after signing her letter of intent to the UA. The Flowing Wells senior gymnast had offers from 16 other schools.
Old Pueblo Trolley received an $8,120 grant from the Collectors Foundation to establish a vehicle restoration training program that would enlist the help of high school students.
Salpointe Catholic senior Andy Trouard won eight state titles last year in swimming, soccer and track and field. This weekend he will try for one in cross country.