Vail Unified School District

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Founded in 1903, the Vail Unified School District (often shortened to simply Vail School District) is the school district in the town of Vail, Arizona. It also serves portions of nearby Tucson, Arizona.

It operates an inclusive preschool, ten elementary schools, six middle schools, and four high schools, plus the Vail Academy and High School, a K-12 school.

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Acacia Elementary (Tucson)
  • Civano Elementary (Tucson)
  • Cottonwood Elementary (Tucson)
  • Desert Willow Elementary (Tucson)
  • Esmond Station K-8 School (Tucson)
  • Mesquite Elementary (Tucson)
  • Ocotillo Ridge Elementary (unincorporated, non-census-designated Pima County)
  • Senita Valley Elementary (Tucson)
  • Sycamore Elementary (unincorporated, non-census-designated Pima County)
  • Copper Ridge Elementary (unincorporated, non-census-designated Pima County)

Middle schools[edit]

  • Civano Middle School (Tucson)
  • Corona Foothills Middle School (unincorporated, non-census-designated Pima County)
  • Desert Sky Middle School (Tucson)
  • Old Vail Middle School (unincorporated, non-census-designated Pima County)
  • Rincon Vista Middle School (Tucson)
  • Esmond Station K-8 School(Tucson)

High schools[edit]

K-12 schools[edit]

External links[edit]

Official website