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  • AHS’s Mission: AHS will provide an interconnected, 21st Century education that celebrates diversity, fosters innovation, and cultivates excellence.

    Welcome to Alhambra High School! We are a diverse campus that celebrates the many characteristics that our students and staff contribute to make AHS an amazing high school community. Our mission is to prepare every student for college, career, and life. To achieve this we offer a wide range of academic, career pathways, and extra-curricular opportunities. One of the many highlights of our programs is our Medical Arts Program, where students can earn college credit and receive an industry certification to prepare them for whatever path they may choose in life. Students have many additional opportunities through our numerous dual enrollment courses, Advanced Placement courses, CTE programs, and Arts courses, along with our strong JROTC program. Our sports programs offer a competitive extension to our academic opportunities, while our clubs and activities help in creating a well-rounded educational environment for our students.

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    3839 W. Camelback Road
    Phoenix, AZ 85019
    602.764.6000
    602.764.6040 Attendance Hotline
    Email mtrujillo@phoenixunion.org for records 
     
    Principal: Deana Williams
    Mascot: Lions
    School Colors: Green and Red
    Year School Opened: 1961
     
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    To request assistance or report a problem related to website accessibility, please contact pxumarketing@phoenixunion.org or 602-764-1528. If applicable, please include the web address or URL and the specific problems you have encountered.

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