Humboldt Unified

Best Kept Secret in Quad-City Area

by Kelly Lee, Family and Community Engagement Coordinator, Humboldt Unified School District

In Arizona, parents choose their neighborhood public school over 88% of the time. The Humboldt Unified School District (HUSD) is the largest school district in Yavapai County. Located in Prescott Valley, Arizona, HUSD provides a comprehensive, world-class education to over 5,700 students. HUSD encompasses more than 300 square miles and serves the Prescott Valley and Dewey/Humboldt communities.

HUSD offers a preK-12 educational program with many opportunities and experiences available to students throughout their educational journey.

iChoose Academy at Glassford Hill Middle School

  • for seventh- and eighth-grade students
  • located within the Glassford Hill Middle School campus; focused on personalized learning
  • competency-based curriculum delivered with a blended, flipped and online learning strategy
  • 1:1 computing environment that transforms the learning environment beyond the walls of a traditional classroom

Coyote Springs Elementary

  • 21st century teaching and learning
  • embedded 5 C’s into our teaching and learning
  • problem-/project-based learning
  • co-teaching
  • PBIS school (Positive Behavior System)
  • physical education, music, coding, gardening, media, accelerated math and gifted students recently presented at a conference to a national audience of educators

Bradshaw Mountain High School AP Academy

  • BMHS offers 19 AP courses, the most in Yavapai County
  • Advance Placement tests are paid for; $93 savings to our families
  • eligible for AP Capstone diploma
  • AP Map class for student support; only AP Academy school to offer this
  • one of few schools nationwide to offer AP seminar and research

Bright Futures Preschool

  • 3- and 4-year-old classrooms
  • certified teacher and two paraprofessionals for each class
  • TELL curriculum offered in partnership with ASU, Eureka Math
  • full-time PT and OT staff
  • early childhood hands-on science curriculum in partnership with the Arizona Science Center
  • two outdoor playground areas with equipment, play structures
  • half and full-day programs