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Dr. Quintin Boyce

Dr. Quintin Boyce served as principal of Camelback High School during the academic years 2014-16. In the spring of 2016, during the second year of his tenure, Dr. Boyce was selected to serve as the new Executive Director for Teaching and Learning for the Phoenix Union High School District. As a result of Boyce’s selection […]

Update from Support My Club

Here are additional school year updates from Amy Armstrong, Founder & CEO of Support My Club. I am so proud of what the SVP Affinity group has accomplished! What a remarkable story of years of hard work and dedication. I thought you might find the following additional information a valuable and interesting addition to the story, seeing […]

Highlights from SVPAZ Education Affinity Group

A message from John E. DeWulf from Social Venture Partners AZ about their success this school year. While school is out for summer, I wanted to take the time to brief you on the SVPAZ Education Affinity Group’s amazing work this school year. Highlights include: Partners worked closely with Phoenix Union High School District (PUHSD) administrators providing […]

CBHS Code Club Wins Top Overall

posted by Bruce Hilby, Communicator, Camelback High School Community Network Maria Abrams, Camelback’s Marketing teacher, Code Club Advisor and DECA Co-Advisor, reports that “against 247 skilled competitors in coding apps, websites, and video games, CBHS code club wins Top Overall for their game “Brain Train” at the 2016 AZ 24 Hours of Code — so […]

Phoenix Coding Academy

Download the Coding Academy flyer here (.pdf) A unique high school is coming for the 2016-17 school year – The Phoenix Coding Academy is Phoenix Union’s newest specialty small school, focusing on computer coding and technological skills. Developed by tech-savvy educators and industry experts and housed in a brand-new high-tech facility, students will prepare for college and […]

Camelback High School Gap Scholarship Awards

posted by Bruce Hilby, Communicator, Camelback High School Community Network Several months ago, up to 44 Camelback graduating seniors started their online applications at the Arizona Community Foundation (“ACF”) which provides a “common application”  for students to use to apply for all the many scholarships available through ACF and the funds it manages. Of these, 24 […]

Camelback DECA Takes the Biggest Win Ever

This post is submitted by Maria Abrams and Julia Bourdo. On Monday, March 2 & Tuesday, March 3 our 46  Camelback Marketing and Entrepreneurship students competed with over 2000 students throughout the state at DECA State Career Development Conference. Nineteen of our amazing  students came home with a big win and are heading to Orlando, Florida on April  24-29 to the […]

Camelback Ranks 41st in AZ for Safety

Niche ranked Camelback High School 41st in AZ for Safest Public High Schools! CBHS has come a LONG way in 6 years from the unsafe, “gang-infested” school it was years ago.  Now it ranks in the top 50 in the state, ahead of schools like Arcadia and Saguaro and other “reputationally” safer schools. Go to https://k12.niche.com/rankings/public-high-schools/safest/s/arizona/ for […]