With a strong commitment to serving our community, the Marana Unified School District dedicates their resources to providing programs that will nourish the hearts, bodies, minds, and souls of their students to prepare them for their futures.
A diverse educational experience for the 21st century, students benefit from Chromebooks and configurable furniture, comprehensive instruction, computer science schools, free full-day kindergarten, career tech, advanced placement, athletics, fine arts.
The Arizona Music Educators Association, Inc. awarded Sarah Ross, Choir Director at Marana High School, with the George C. Wilson Leadership and Service Award. Mrs. Ross was presented this award on February 3, 2017 in Mesa, Arizona for her exceptional amo...Read on...
The National Athletic Trainers’ Association recently announced Leah Oliver, Mountain View High School teacher, selection to receive the National Athletic Trainers’ Association 2017 Athletic Trainer Service Award! Ms. Oliver will be rec...Read on...
The public is invited to view the following high school textbook prior to possible adoption and use in the AP Human Geography course at Mountain View High School: Human Geography AP Edition by Jon C. Malinowski and David H. Kaplan.
Learn about the newest district initiatives including Chromebooks and furniture; school improvement projects, how community working together changes lives, celebrations and successes, and so much more!
Selected from a total of 45 outstanding candidates from across the state based on evidence of academic rigor, technical competence, employability skills and ingenuity/creativity/problem solving.
Thank you for your interest in Let’s Talk! We look forward to your feedback because strong communication with our families and the community is an important part of ensuring we provide the best possible education for all students.
Quail Run & Gladden Farms Elementary Schools will team with Code To The Future, the nation’s leading Computer Science program, to integrate computer science with comprehensive curriculum to create engaging, interactive, and fun learning environment.
Connect & Collaborate to Create! Aligned with our instructional model to promote 21st century skills, the District is incorporating student assigned mobile devices and new furniture in all classrooms!Made possible through 2014 School Improvement Bond.
View interactive daily menu, nutritional information, special diet information & more!
This dynamic video highlights the rigors of advanced placement curriculum. Over 400 students are enrolled in college-level AP courses. AP courses offer a college level course in a supportive environment with access to teachers on a daily basis.
Back-to-school information for 2016-2017