Thunderbird High School

(3.4/5)

(623) 435 - 6000

1750 West Thunderbird Road, Phoenix, AZ 85023

City: Phoenix
State:AZ
Zip code: 85023

Grades: 9-12

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 47%

Students per Class: 20

White: 45%, Black: 3%, Hispanic: 42%, Asian: 2%, Other: 8%

Thunderbird High School

(3.4/5)

(623) 435 - 6000

1750 West Thunderbird Road, Phoenix, AZ 85023

City: Phoenix
State: AZ
Zip code: 85023

Grades: 9-12

Type: Public School

Female: 50% - Male: 50%

Low Income Students: 47%

Students per Class: 20

White: 45%, Black: 3%, Hispanic: 42%, Asian: 2%, Other: 8%

SCHOOL HOURS

Monday : 07:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Tuesday : 07:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Wednesday : 07:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Friday : 07:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Saturday : Closed

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Review List

MR
2023-01-18T05:25:02Z
(1/5)
MR
2023-01-18T05:25:02Z
(1/5)

The classes at this school are great, but unfortunately the attendance office staff is rude to students and parents. I have heard them say "what do you want" with an eye-rolling gesture and a dirty look. This does not show respect for others or make students respect them. As a parent, these disrespectful attitudes make all interactions unpleasant. The staff should be taught to treat students and parents with respect - having an attitude for no reason is not acceptable behavior for adults, and it does not set a good example for the students.

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Alex Fowler
2018-05-16T19:28:37Z
(5/5)
Alex Fowler
2018-05-16T19:28:37Z
(5/5)

Amazing school. Best AP classes around!

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Yordy Mendoza
2018-02-01T02:01:13Z
(4/5)
Yordy Mendoza
2018-02-01T02:01:13Z
(4/5)

I had chronic fibromyalgia during my freshman year of school, making it hard for me to concentrate, sleep, and remember. Walking was also painful; thus, I often missed classes. Despite handing in numerous doctor's notes, I was still expelled. They wouldn't even attempt to help me since my illness made it difficult for me to learn without additional support.

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Dean Saxton
2017-06-04T14:26:29Z
(5/5)
Dean Saxton
2017-06-04T14:26:29Z
(5/5)

I preach to the incarcerated youth about Jesus, in order that when they leave prison, they can live according to His teachings.

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J K
2017-05-16T07:27:03Z
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J K
2017-05-16T07:27:03Z
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The woman we spoke with initially was friendly, however the people at the attendance office were very impolite and gave off a lot of attitude. One individual even rolled her eyes. We were very courteous and inquired if they could fetch a student to sign a document. All they had to do was politely explain that they are unable to pull students and that we should return later, even though it is something they hear often, their response was caustic.

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