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High School Academics

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The following information provides an overview of the requirements and opportunities for high school students on academic opportunities available.  For further information, please contact your school or counselor and schedule a time to have specific questions answered.    

Course Selection Guide 2020-2021 

The high school course selection guide provides detailed information on all courses offered at all four high schools.

Archive: 2019-20202018-2019, 2017-2018, 2016-2017 


Career & College Resources >>

Learn more about pertinent information designed to help you be successful in career and college, including scholarships, FAFSA, military information, AZCIS, and becoming a college athlete. 


Testing & Assessments >>

View testing information and explanations for the Dysart Unified School District, as well as assessments for college and military admissions.  Additionally, a calendar of assessments is available.


Career & Technical Education >>

Learn more about CTE programs at each high school including Culinary Arts, Architecture, Film & TV, Automotive Technology and more! 


iSchool >>

iSchool provides students with expanded academic options by offering online classes.  Students from all areas of our state have access to classes and highly qualified teachers in subjects that they may not have available at their local school.


Summer School >>

The Dysart Unified School District conducts Summer School to assist those students who need credits to graduate on time, seek to manage their high school schedule, remediate grades, or wish to graduate as soon as possible.  


Grading Guidelines >>

Review the grading guidelines to understand how your student can be successful in the Dysart District.