Betty H. Fairfax High School

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Betty H. Fairfax High School
8225 South 59th Avenue
Laveen, Arizona 85339
Coordinates 33°22′16″N 112°10′55″W / 33.371132°N 112.182048°W / 33.371132; -112.182048Coordinates: 33°22′16″N 112°10′55″W / 33.371132°N 112.182048°W / 33.371132; -112.182048
Type Public secondary school
Established 2007
Principal Zachary Munoz
Faculty Approx. 170
Grades 9-12
Number of students 1,888 (October 1, 2012)[1]
Color(s)          Midnight Blue and Columbia Blue
Mascot Stampede

Betty H. Fairfax is a high school in the Phoenix Union High School District, Laveen, Arizona, USA.

The campus is located at 8225 South 59th Ave. in Laveen, Arizona. Fairfax’s enrollment is 1,888 students. The school predominantly serves students from partner elementary districts Laveen and Roosevelt.

The high school was designed by DLR Group and features a small learning community curriculum model.

The school's namesake, longtime (57-year) Phoenix Union educator Betty Harriet Fairfax, died in November 2010 at the age of 92.[2] It was the first time a school in the district was named after an employee.


  1. ^ AIA 2012 enrollment figures
  2. ^ AP (8 November 2010). "Longtime Phoenix Union District educator dies". Retrieved 17 May 2013. 

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