Kyrene School District comprises 26 schools (18 elementary, 6 middle, and two K-8). The District boundaries encompass all of Ahwatukee and parts of Chandler, Guadalupe, Tempe, and the Gila River Indian Reservation. Kyrene enrolls approximately 15,000 students in grades K-8 and offers preschool options on every single elementary school campus.
All families of a current, or previously enrolled, student in Kyrene have a parent account. If your account has not been activated, a code is required. Contact your school's front office to obtain an activation key. I logged in last year.
Through the school lunch program, eligible students may be offered free or reduced-price meals. Meal payments may be made online, as this program operates in all of the schools in the Kyrene School District. Get social with Brisas and Kyrene—Like, follow and share!
Kyrene de la Sierra, in the Kyrene School District, has just received the prestigious 2019 National Blue Ribbon Award from the United States Department of Education. Kyrene de la Sierra is among only five Arizona schools to receive this year’s coveted National Blue Ribbon recognition.
Is your child ready for preschool? Whether you are seeking a flexible schedule or signature program, Kyrene has options for every family. Mark your calendars, classes fill up fast!
Remember to clip Box Tops. Our school-wide classroom competition is still going on. We collect Box Tops at the end of every month. Thank you!
Through the school lunch program, eligible students may be offered free or reduced-price meals. Meal payments may be made online, as this program operates in all of the schools in the Kyrene School District.
Your tax credit donation helps students attend extracurricular* activities like athletics; art and music programs; character education; and field trips. These programs develop well-rounded students who in turn build strong communities. Arizona statute allows individuals/couples to donate $200/$400 for a dollar-to-dollar tax credit.
Have you ever seen a child without a backpack? Or with shoes a size too small? Maybe you’ve heard of a family who lost their home to a fire, and you didn’t know how to help. Our Kyrene students and families have needs far beyond the classroom, so we are reaching into our community to meet those needs, with a new tool called Purposity.
Kyrene School District is one of Arizona’s leading public school districts, providing excellence in education for more than a century. Kyrene is known for high academic achievement, with schools consistently outperforming peer districts, charter schools, and state averages on AzMERIT and other benchmarks.
Kyrene's Safe Return to School. It is with a hopeful heart that I announce Kyrene School District’s return to school, at the start of the 2020-21 school year, with both in-person and distance learning opportunities.
From biodegradable balloons to taco drones, students showed off their original inventions at the Kyrene School District Gifted Showcase. 5th grade students proudly displayed their projects and prototypes that outlined the conceptual process, creative design and final trials.
Recap of Collin Kartchner's presentations to Kyrene middle school students and the community on the dangers of social media and screen-time.
Kyrene Honor Band, Orchestra and Choir perform at Honor Music Festival. On Thursday, Kyrene School District students, parents and community members gathered to celebrate a long-standing tradition that recognizes the importance of the performing arts.
The top spellers from around Kyrene School District competed last night at the annual District Spelling Bee. The 25 participants ranged from students in grades 4 to 8 and were the winners of their individual school spelling bees.
Kyrene provides additional learning opportunities to match the unique talents and needs of our students. We encourage students to learn at their own pace and also provide advanced opportunities for those seeking one-of-a-kind programs.
Open Enrollment. Families who live outside the district or school boundaries are required to submit application to the District and be approved for Open Enrollment prior to finalizing registration at the school. When submitting application for enrollment through the online portal, records are automatically routed for District action by student ...
After a student’s application has been approved, families will be contacted and requested to provide the following items to complete registration.
Students are assigned to a home school according to their street address. To find which school your child will attend, enter your address into our eLink system. This system will identify your home school, and whether your child walks or rides a bus. A complete list of school locations and boundary maps are also available for your review.
Current/Returning families who have not activated their ParentVUE account must do so before registering. Call the school office to secure an individualized activation key to activate an account. School contact information is available on the Schools page.