Academic Information

Renee Ibarra (Dept. Chair)  
Counselor - Students with last names of L-Z
Contact Ms. Ibarra by Email

Kristine Mateos 
Counselor - Students with last names of A-K
Contact Ms. Mateos by Email

Bruce Williams
In School Intervention Teacher, also:
Family Engagement and Community Outreach Representative
Contact Mr. Williams by Email

We are now taking AP test payments of $96 per test in the Bookstore.
If you would prefer to pay online, go here:
User Name: Student Matric Number
Password:  Last Name (Case Sensitive) 1st letter in (each) last name is capitalized.

Deposits of $40 are due no later than November 8.  Balance is due no later than December 17.  
Students MUST add the AP section for the test they sign up for & complete this FORM in addition to making the payment so we can order the test: 

Please contact Ms. Ibarra in the Counseling Office with any questions at (520) 584-7743. 

Please do not submit a schedule request before completing registration
Once you have completed Online Registration in ParentVue, please review the documents below that are specific to this school. If you registered at a different school you will need to go to that school's Registration page to review the correct documents.
Resources and Forms
Free ZOOM Tutoring with the University of Arizona: OR CALL 520-621-6866

StuCo application
Course Description Handbook
4 Year Plan
Course Selection 2021
Course Offerings
Registration PowerPoint
AP Form
Credit Check
Graduation with Honors Endorsement
Math Recommendation Form 
No Class Form
Parchment Information

Please Review the following School Specific Documents:
Parent/Guardian Registration Letter
2020/2021 Course Offerings
2020/2021 Freshman Schedule Request Form
2020/2021 Course Descriptions and Handbook
2020/2021 10th-12th Grade Schedule Request Form
2020/2021 Calendar
Course Request Forms:
Senior Course Request
Junior Course Request
Sophomore Course Request
Freshman Course Request

Resources for Students with Disabilities:
Project Focus Application for Admission - Project FOCUS (Focusing Opportunities with Community and University Support) is a two-year transition program designed to support accessibility to the University of Arizona’s academic courses, work internships and collegiate social events to increase every student’s independence, self-determination, community engagement and employability. The University of Arizona’s College of Education provides a unique dual-enrollment transition option for Pima County students (ages 18 to 22), who have an intellectual and/or developmental disability.

Advanced Community Training Application for Admission - The mission of Tucson Unified School District’s Community Transition Programs is to develop partnerships with parents and the greater Tucson community to provide students with disabilities, ages 18 to 21, a meaningful and rigorous transition to post-high school environments.

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