Desiderata Program

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Desiderata Program
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Established 1977
Type Public secondary school
Faculty Approx. 31
Students Approx. 21
Grades 9-12
Location 2920 North 34th Drive,
Phoenix, Arizona 85017,
Coordinates 33°28′54″N 112°07′57″W / 33.481612°N 112.132559°W / 33.481612; -112.132559Coordinates: 33°28′54″N 112°07′57″W / 33.481612°N 112.132559°W / 33.481612; -112.132559
Colors          Purple and Gray
Mascot Shark
Website www.DesiderataProgram.org
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Desiderata Program is part of the Phoenix Union High School District. The campus is located at 2920 North 34th Drive, in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. Desiderata's enrollment is 105 students. Desiderata serves the needs of students with severe behavior problems & emotional disabilities. The goal of the program is to provide a highly structured academic and behavioral environment to facilitate students' transition back to a comprehensive campus with the supports in place.[1]

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  • Desiderata opened a new 30,000-square-foot (2,800 m2) facility in August 2006.
  • The school name comes from a Max Ehrmann poem.

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