The Altar Valley School District is located 20 miles southwest of downtown Tucson on Route 86, Ajo Way. The Altar Valley School District has excellently contributed to the community’s educational growth for many years. With exceptional teaching staff, devoted support staff, and committed administrators, the Altar Valley School District keeps the highest standards for the pupils.
Established in 1928 as a one-room ranch school, the Altar Valley School District has emerged into a quickly growing region. In 1930, Mrs. Mary E. Dill formed the Three Points School and taught at the school and it was designated after her name for more than two decades. In 2003 a brand-new school was built and renamed Robles Elementary class. In 1988, the district adopted the name of the expansive valley in which it is, Altar Valley, as well as for which the middle school is named.
Bordering the district to the west is the Indian Oasis District, the Marana School District to the north, the San Fernando district to the south, and the Tucson Unified School District to the east. The Altar Valley District covers just about 600 square miles of Sonoran desert and mountains.
A number of destinations are close to the District including the Sonora Desert Museum, Old Tucson, and the San Xavier del Bac Mission. The area is referred to as Three Points or Robles Junction. The internationally-known Kitt Peak National Observatory frames the background for the Altar Valley School District.
Starting its foundation from ranching and farming, the Altar Valley District incorporates a neighborhood full of heritage and western ideals. The socio-economic background of the community reflects a growing and diversified community.
The Alta Valley School District Governing Board is made up of five elected community members who volunteer their time and talents to help assure that the district can offer an in-depth and proper educational opportunity to the students.
As representatives of the people who own and support the schools, the governing board accepts the duty to assess community perspectives and viewpoints along with district requirements and also to require exceptional techniques that are receptive within the financial limits of the district.
Altar Valley School District Demographics
The rural elementary district serves a diverse populace. The Altar Valley School District. are made up of over 600 square miles, found twenty kilometers southwest of Tucson. The Altar Valley School District is composed of two different websites, containing three schools.
Altar Valley Schools
9875 South Sasabe Rd
Tucson, Arizona 85736
Preschool – Fourth Grade
16350 West Ajo Way
Tucson, Arizona 85736
Grades: 5th – 8th
The district transports students to Flowing Wells High School. For more information, please contact:
3725 North Flowing Wells Road
Tucson, Arizona 85705
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