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Pima Unified School District The Pima Unified School District is located in Pima, Arizona serving the communities of Pima, Bryce, and Eden in southeastern Arizona. It operates an elementary school, junior high school, and Pima High School, as well as the small Gila Valley Learning Center.  References [ edit] ^ "Pima Unified District (4220)".
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List of school districts in Arizona This is a list of school districts in Arizona. It is divided by county. Contents 1 Apache County 2 Cochise County 3 Coconino County 4 Gila County 5 Graham County 6 Greenlee County 7 La Paz County 8 Maricopa County 9 Mohave County 10 Navajo County 11 Pima County 12 Pinal County 13 Santa Cruz County
Opened in 1974, Downtown Campus is situated between Speedway Blvd. and Drachman Street on Stone Avenue, close to downtown Tucson and east of Interstate 10. It has traditional academic, occupational, technical, and trade programs. In 2018 the historic Tucson Inn was purchased by the district and added to the campus.  East campus[ edit]
Redington School District 44 is a public school district based in Pima County, Arizona . External links [ edit] "District Schools". Office of the Pima County School Superintendent. This Arizona school-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.
Vista Grande High School is a high school in Casa Grande, Arizona started in 2009. It is part of the Casa Grande Union High School District.. It was opened to relieve continuing enrollment growth at Casa Grande Union High School, which had swelled to over 3,300 students and become Arizona's largest single-campus high school during the mid-2000s as the town it served exploded in population.
Pima Medical Institute was founded in Tucson, Arizona, in January 1972 by Richard Luebke, Sr. and his wife, JoAnn. The first program offered was nursing assistant. Based on job demands in the community, Pima grew their programs and campuses to fill those needs,  including the launch of online programs in 2006.