Peoria Accelerated High School

(3.6/5)

(602) 953 - 2933

8885 West Peoria Avenue, Peoria, AZ 85345

City: Peoria
State:AZ
Zip code: 85345

Grades: 9-12

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 480 - 500

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 71%

Students per Class: 20

White: 67%, Black: 3%, Hispanic: 18%, Asian: 2%, Other: 10%

Peoria Accelerated High School

(3.6/5)

(602) 953 - 2933

8885 West Peoria Avenue, Peoria, AZ 85345

City: Peoria
State: AZ
Zip code: 85345

Grades: 9-12

Type: Public Charter School

Number of Students: 480 - 500

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 71%

Students per Class: 20

White: 67%, Black: 3%, Hispanic: 18%, Asian: 2%, Other: 10%

SCHOOL HOURS

Monday : 07:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Tuesday : 07:30 AM - 4:00 PM

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Friday : 07:30 AM - 4:00 PM

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Review List

Hannah P
2022-12-31T06:25:01Z
(1/5)
Hannah P
2022-12-31T06:25:01Z
(1/5)

I attend Peoria Accelerated and, overall, the school is quite good. My issue is with the bus driver, Pam. Not only does she have a very rude attitude towards us but she also believes she owns the place. The bus always gets crowded and when kids are looking for a place to sit and don’t find one immediately, she gives them barely two seconds before starting to drive off. There was an incident where a boy had just gotten on board when she shouted 'hurry up' and drove off even though he hadn’t been able to take his seat yet, almost causing him to fall due to her actions. On another occasion there was a girl who didn’t know that her stop was on the other side of the road; Pam told her that if she couldn't cross over in time then she would just drive away without her. Also I personally experienced something extremely embarrassing because of Pam; it was my time of the month and I needed urgent access to a restroom but they were all locked so I had no choice but to run towards the guest restroom in the office only for Pam come out asking what I wanted - even though it was an emergency - before informing me that those facilities weren't available for students like me so I'd have to wait another 13 minutes until they opened again resulting in me bleeding through my pants due to having no other option but wait until then. It's safe to say that none of us particularly like her so please consider our

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Eric Dages
2018-05-30T07:03:55Z
(5/5)
Eric Dages
2018-05-30T07:03:55Z
(5/5)

I graduated in 2018, and I owe it to the great school and wonderful teachers who were there for me during my time of need.

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Savannah Russell
2017-03-03T19:55:08Z
(2/5)
Savannah Russell
2017-03-03T19:55:08Z
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The staff's attitude towards their students is very negative; if a student requires counseling, the teachers dismiss it. In addition, they are not willing to take any steps to address bullying or those demonstrating signs of emotional distress. Students experience very low morale due to this poor treatment.

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Cameron Dueker
2017-02-02T21:50:16Z
(5/5)
Cameron Dueker
2017-02-02T21:50:16Z
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At Peoria Accelerated High School, the staff is extraordinary, the students are outstanding, and its culture is second to none. The success of its students (as demonstrated by their graduation rate) cannot be disputed. In my experience as a teacher on campus for eight years, I can confidently affirm that PAHS is an exemplary school. Ultimately, it doesn't matter if a school is public or charter; what matters most is whether it's good or not—and PAHS is GREAT!

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Sandra Holguin
2016-09-15T20:04:04Z
(5/5)
Sandra Holguin
2016-09-15T20:04:04Z
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I heard great things about this place and the teachers are extremely helpful.

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