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The Center for Academic Success is pleased to announce many of its schools are starting the school year with A ratings for our performance last year! Congratulations to our many hard working teachers, staff, students, and parents for an outstanding year of growth! To read more about the individual school ratings, please visit the AZ Report Card site here.

Wednesday, August 6th marks the first day of school for the Sierra Vista campuses with the Douglas campuses starting Tuesday, August 5th. The school day begins at 8:00 am! We can’t wait to get the year off to a great start!

CAS Engineering & Cyber Security Programs Partner with Key Leaders

pltw_logo_finalWhat do nationally-recognized programs like Project Lead the Way, The Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation, The Science Foundation Arizona, and The US Air Force Association’s Cyber Patriot Program all have in common? CAS has partnered with all of them and is excited to provide the best in STEM education for Cochise County high school students. SFAZ

Visit our high school page here to learn more about our engineering and IT/cyber security programs for the 2014-15 school year.

CAS High School Graduation Celebrates 40+ Graduates

CAS, Center for Academic Success, Graduation, 2014 gradsCAS High School’s 2014 commencement ceremony took place Tuesday, May 20th, 2014, at 6:00PM at the Bisbee High School Auditorium. Over forty graduates from both Sierra Vista and Bisbee campuses participated in the event with class speakers proudly representing excellence in both personal and academic achievement. To view more pictures and read more about our commencement, please click here for Sierra Vista and here for Douglas.

May Edition of CAS Chronicle Now Available

CAS, Center for Academic Success, Sierra Vista AZThe May edition of the high school newspaper, The CAS Chronicle, is now available both at school and online. Click on the link here to read it or any of the other spring editions of the CAS newspaper. Thanks to the newspaper staff and advisor, Ms. Sarah Burton, for doing an excellent job with the paper this year.