Deer Valley Academy is a non-profit charter school. It was created as an evening high school through the auspices of the Deer Valley School District in the fall of 2001 to help support the educational needs of the community. Growing consistently over the years, it has become independent and self-governing serving over 500 full and part-time students.
Deer Valley Academy’s academic program has been specifically designed to provide choices for students who are in need of a small, caring, learning environment. The school offers a comprehensive course selection that meets state standards and college entrance requirements. Students need 22 credits to graduate.
With year-round sessions, a four-day week and block classes, Deer Valley Academy offers a unique school calendar. It also offers a variety of elective programs including art, psychology, humanities and computer science.
Paradise Valley Community College (PVCC) is one of 10 colleges, two skill centers, a corporate college and multiple satellite centers of the Maricopa County Community College District, an organization dedicated to educational excellence and to meeting the needs of businesses and the community of citizens in Maricopa County, Arizona. PVCC serves a predominately residential area in northeast Phoenix and northern Maricopa County. The college offers traditional programs in general education and transfer degrees as well as certificates and degrees in a number of occupational fields.
Driver Training: Classroom and behind the wheel training for beginning drivers.
Traffic Survival School (TSS): This class is designed for individuals who have received a "Corrective Action Notice" to take this class in order to
retain or to reinstate their driver license.
Paradise Valley Unified School District Dr. Jim Lee Ed. D.