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Phoenix High School is a public high school in Phoenix, Oregon, United States.AcademicsIn 2009-2010, 94% of the school's seniors received their high school diploma.Notable students Rick Bolz, member of Neighb'rhood Childr'n Shawn Lathrop, actor in Lost Kelin Quinn, singer in punk band Sleeping with Sirens Robin Clark, author Eva Lake, artist Doug McGeary, City of Ashland Attorney, former Jackson County Deputy Prosecutor Rhonda Taylor Tesh, Resident Services Specialist, Rogue Valley Manor Becky Fuston Heart, Marketing, Revera Inc. Jeff Van Dyck, Creative Director, the Boeing Company
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Phoenix Union Bioscience High School is part of the Phoenix Union High School District. The campus is located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. Bioscience's enrollment is 289 students. The school's mission is to prepare tomorrow's scientists by providing the students of Phoenix Union with a science education through intensive collaboration with the academic and scientific communities in downtown Phoenix. The new building and renovation of the current building began in June, 2006, and opened in the fall of 2007.Mission statementBHS provides a rigorous, collaborative, and relevant academic program emphasizing an innovative, problem-based curriculum that develops literacy in the sciences, mathematics, and the arts, thus cultivating critical thinkers, creative problem-solvers, and compassionate citizens, who are able to thrive in our increasingly complex and technological communities.EnrollmentBioscience hosts approximately 180 freshmen through seniors. The first class of 43 students graduated from Bioscience in May 2010. 97 percent of its 10th graders met or excelled the AIMS Math exam(in 2009), the highest public (non-charter) school percentage in the Valley, and second-best in the state. Their science scores were third-best in the state among non-charter schools.In its first year of eligibility, Bioscience earned an "Excelling" Achievement Profile from the State, the highest a school can attain.CampusThe $10 million campus which opened in October 2007, is located in Phoenix's downtown Biotechnology Center and open to students throughout the District. The Bioscience High School campus, which was designed by The Orcutt-Winslow Partnership won the American School Board Journal's Learning By Design 2009 Grand Prize Award. The school received this award for its classrooms, collaborative learning spaces, and smooth circulation.
Cesar Chavez High School is part of the Phoenix Union High School District. The campus is located at 3921 West Baseline Road, south of Phoenix, in Laveen, Arizona. Cesar Chavez's enrollment is approximately 2,387 students, over 60 percent of whom are Hispanic. The school predominantly serves students from partner elementary districts Laveen and Roosevelt; however, students from across the district come to Cesar Chavez for its Phoenix Union Magnet Program in Agriscience, Agribusiness and Natural Resource Management.FactsCesar Chavez is a Performing school, according to the Arizona Department of Education.Chavez seniors earned $1.5 million in scholarships in 2008.The Academic Decathlon team is a rising star, qualifying for its first state championship in 2008.The school was the first new school built in the District in 27 years. Since then, five new schools have opened.The school's nickname, Champions, was inspired by its namesake, Cesar Chavez, a champion of human rights.Partner elementary districtsLaveenRoosevelt