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Mohave Accelerated Learning Center Review

Mohave Accelerated Learning Center opened in 2001 for students in 6th to 12th grades. The school stresses life long learners with mastery of the English as a major focus. The school does not list any extra curricular activities however, we can assume they offer the same as the elementary school which include chorus, drawing, computer arts, film production, band, baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, softball, volleyball, wrestling, physical education classes, debate, multimedia, yearbook, student government, and newspaper.

Parents are just as thrilled about the higher grades in this school as they are the elementary school. The school has the same principles in place and do not tolerate bullying of any kind. Teachers as well as staff work hard to ensure each student feels at home and is receiving a quality education. The school is there for all students and ensures that those that need the extra help to succeed are given the attention they need while ensuring they provide challenges to those that are gifted. The school does an amazing job of providing exactly what each child needs to reach their goals.

The percentage of students that passed the AIMS series of tests in sixth in reading and writing was above state average, math was 1% below average. Seventh graders were higher than state average in reading, but below average in writing and math. Eighth and tenth graders were below average in all core subjects. Since 10th graders are required by the state to pass the AIMS exams before they can graduate high school, it would be in your best interest to learn why the percentages of student passing the exam are below state averages. It seems like parents really like the school, but I would talk to parents personally before I made the decision to enroll my child.

Mohave Accelerated Learning Center
625 Marina Blvd.
Bullhead City, AZ 86442-5414


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