Tax Credit

  • Support HUSD and receive up to a $400 AZ Tax Credit. Your tax dollar donations fund extra-curricular activities and opportunities for students. If you wish to make a donation, please see our Tax Credit page for more information.

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  • New to Higley Unified School District?

    If you wish to register your child for the 2018-19 school year after June 1, please read the following information:

    Student registrations for elementary schools will be taken at the district office, 2935 S. Recker Road, Gilbert, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Thursday, June 4-July 6 (offices are closed July 4).

    Student registrations for middle school and high school will be taken on those campuses. Please see school websites for specific information about hours and closures.

    For more information: www.husd.org/enrollment


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  • Kids Club Registration 18/19 School Year Now Open

    Families planning to use the HUSD Kids Club before- and after-school program next school year (18/19) can now register. Remember: All students must have NEW emergency card and registration forms complete for the new school year. Students participating in 2018 Kids Club summer camp are using the 18/19 registration/emergency cards and will not need to complete those again, but will need to sign up for their Kids Club school year program. All families must pay the $50 school-year Kids Club registration fee per child.

    Registration information can be found online.


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  • Register today for summer programs!

    Join Higley Unified School District's Community Education Department this summer for fun-filled activities, including summer camp, enrichment classes, and sports camps. High school summer school available for credit recovery or acceleration (P.E.), as well as a pre-algebra boost course.

    For more information on our summer programs visit www.husd.org/summer


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  • Bridges named AZ STEM School of Community Practice
     
    Higley Unified School District’s newest elementary school has been named an AZ STEM School Community of Practice.

    Bridges Elementary School joins 56 schools from across the state to collaborate with Maricopa Education Service Agency, Arizona  SciTech, Intel and the Arizona Science Center.

    “This is an amazing opportunity for our school community to learn from other innovative schools within the state. Many collaborative opportunities are planned throughout this next school year that will certainly put us on the road to excellence in terms of STEM,” Bridges Principal Sherry Richards said.
     
    STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
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