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Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center – South Mountain Campus Review

The Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center South Mountain Campus in Phoenix runs along the same criteria of other Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Centers that provide an exceptional education opportunities for students in 9th through 12th grades.

The school is known for its great educational opportunities, which includes the ability of students to receive college credit while still attending high school. This is a great incentive that encourages students to attain the highest goals possible.

Extracurricular activities offered at the South Mountain campus include photography and equine activities for both boys and girls.

As mentioned above students can receive college credit, however, to attend the school, all students will be required to be enrolled in the Community College, which is on the same campus. The school is known for its community involvement and has partnerships including Arizona State University and South Mountain Community College, to name a few.

Students enjoy the opportunity to actually receive an Associates Degree while attending high school and achieving their high school diploma. Teachers and staff are very helpful and supportive of every student and have the desire to ensure each one succeeds. The school offers a college atmosphere but within a safe nurturing environment.

As with all public schools in Arizona, 10th graders at Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center at the South Mountain Campus took the AIMS exam, which measures if students are meeting the standards set forth by the state. In reading, 90% of students met or exceeded the standards with state averages at 78%, in science 51% with the state average at 42%, in writing 85% with the state average at 68%, and in math 77% with the state average being 60%. Across all courses tested, more students at this school met or exceeded the standards when compared to students across the state of Arizona.

Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center – South Mountain Campus
2002 East Baseline
Phoenix, AZ 85042


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