Paradise Valley Unified School District

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Paradise Valley Unified School District #69 (PVSchools) is a school district serving northeast Phoenix, Arizona and Scottsdale, Arizona. The district serves students in kindergarten through grade 12 with 30 elementary schools (free, full-day kindergarten through grade six), seven middle schools (grades seven and eight), five high schools (grades nine through 12), two alternative schools and a K-12 online school, PVOnline.[1] The district offers a variety of education choice programs, including K-12 International Baccalaureate, Core Knowledge, S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), Digital Learning Center, fine arts, career & technical education, before- after-school programs, sports and extracurricular activities for all ages.

The district is located in 98-square miles of northeast Phoenix and a portion of north Scottsdale. This area extends from 7th Avenue to Pima Road and is generally bordered on the south by Northern Avenue and the north by Jomax Road. With 32,000 students,[2] it is the seventh-largest school district in Arizona.

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