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Who can attend PHHS? Are there district boundaries? Any student that is a resident of Arizona can attend PHHS, we do not have district boundaries. An Arizona Residency Documentation Form with appropriate documentation is required to enroll.
Can my student and I tour the school? Yes! You can contact the counseling office to schedule a school tour here - https://phhs.paradiseschools.org/apps/form/form.PARS-PAHHS.taRPlA2.2w7
Where can I submit an enrollment application? You can learn about the enrollment process and submit an application on our website here - https://www.paradiseschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=2202532&type=d&pREC_ID=2192484
Do students have to re-enroll every year? Yes, re-enrollment forms for current students are sent out via email in December of each school year. Current students must indicate if they are or are not returning for the next school year.
What are class sizes like at PHHS? There are 25 students per class at PHHS.
What are the graduation requirements? PHHS students are required to earn 26 credits to graduate. You can learn more about our graduation requirements here - https://phhs.paradiseschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=2194177&type=d&pREC_ID=2271459
Does PHHS offer services for students with an IEP or 504 plan? Yes, we offer services for students with an IEP or 504 plan. You may reach out to Mrs. Boten at [email protected] for more information about how we can support your student with an IEP. You may reach out to our counseling office at 623-455-7422 for more information about 504 plan support.
Does PHHS offer AP and Dual enrollment classes? Yes, we offer AP and Dual enrollment classes for our students.
Does PHHS work with West-Mec? Yes, eligible students are able to attend West-Mec while enrolled at PHHS. For more information, please contact our counseling office at 623-455-7422.
Do PHHS students have to pay tuition? Students do not have to pay tutition at PHHS. There are some fees due throughout the year such as certain course supply fees and club/athletic fees. You can view the PHHS School Fee list here - https://phhs.paradiseschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=2193996&type=d&pREC_ID=2189831
Are students required to wear PHHS Student IDs? What do they do if they lose their ID? Yes, PHHS students are required to wear their school issued ID at all times while on campus. If they lose their ID, they can go to the front office to purchase a new one.
Does PHHS require uniforms? Students are not required to wear uniforms at PHHS. We do have a strict dress code that students must follow. This can be found in our Student Handbook here - https://phhs.paradiseschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=2193996&type=d&pREC_ID=2189831
Does PHHS offer a hybrid learning option? No, PHHS does not offer a hybrid learning option. Our students attend full time, in person instruction.
Are students allowed to drive to school? Student parking passes are $50 for the school year. For more information about student parking, please contact Mrs. de Vlieger at [email protected]
Does PHHS have bus transportation for students? Paradise Schools offers inter-school bus transportation between PHES, PHMS, and PHHS. We do not offer bus transporation that goes to any homes. For more information about inter-school bus transportation, please contact Mrs. de Vlieger at [email protected]
Are there sports and clubs that students can participate in? Yes! PHHS offers a variety of sports and clubs for our students. You can visit the athletic website to learn more the sports we offer - https://paradisehonorsathletics.org/. You can also visit our "PHHS Clubs" page to find a club that your student would be interested in - https://phhs.paradiseschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=2194264&type=d&pREC_ID=2202048.
Does PHHS have a Statement of Non-Discrimination? Paradise Schools is a non-profit, non-sectarian, public charter school, and does not discriminate in any of its practices on the basis of gender, race, religion, national origin, or disability. We have an open enrollment policy and treat all applications equally as long as the applicant has passed the previous grade of instruction and is an Arizona state resident. We do not use the content of the applications to make enrollment decisions. Furthermore, acts of discrimination, retaliation, or harassment based upon gender, race, religion, national origin, or disability are strictly forbidden by the policies of Paradise Schools. Discipline up to expulsion of a student or dismissal of an employee may be applied for any violation of this policy. Active participation, volunteerism, and support from our families are expected and vital to our success. Parent engagement allows our families and students to gain the full benefit of Paradise Schools.