I don’t USUALLY do political stuff here, but I read a comment on a thread at azcentral.com that was just so blatently stupid that I had to say something.

The thread started from this article: Feds remind districts that all kids entitled to public education.

One smartass (charlespride) commented:

The U.S. Department of Education is reminding school districts that all students — legal or not — are entitled to a public education. …………….Oh really? Please show me in the U.S. Constitution where it says that. I’m waiting………………………………………..I’m waiting…………………………………….I’m waiting……

To which prompted the following:

(SilverKnight):

To charlespride: check out the 14th amendment. Read the first paragraph VERY carefully. Especially the last 14 words.

(azlefty):

Charlespride: Plyler v. Doe, 457 U.S.202 (1982)

(johnstone39):

The 14th amend of the Constitution has no education law within it. Also, it specifically states that those under US jurisdiction are covered, but illegal immigrants are not under US jurisdiction, they are under the jurisdiction of their own country. The federal government is clearly violating it’s own laws seeing that first and foremost, it is illegal to be in the US by not being properly admitted to this country.

Now, my issue is that johnstone39 must not have read the 14th amendment closely, like SilverKnight suggested. The 14th Amendment of the US Constitution states:

Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Section 2. Representatives shall be apportioned among the several States according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each State, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice President of the United States, Representatives in Congress, the Executive and Judicial officers of a State, or the members of the Legislature thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such State, being twenty-one years of age, and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion, or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age in such State.

Section 3. No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any State, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any State legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any State, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may, by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.

Section 4. The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. But neither the United States nor any State shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave; but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void.

Section 5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.

The first paragraph SilverKnight referred to is Section 1, and the last 14 words are: “nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Why is this important?

Citizenship is currently a hot-button issue in this country. Most of the Republican or conservation-leaning people I know tend to view Section 1 of the 14th Amendment to say mean “jurisdiction” is “subject to governance”. In other words, illegal immigrants are not covered under the 14th Amendment because they are not subject to US governance but rather the governance of their home country. Obviously the US Supreme Court has taken a different view again and again – “jurisdiction” being defined in this case by the US Supremes as the physical location/boundary. But in any case, johnstone39 missed the key words in the last part of Section 1… “any” and “within”. It does not say that “[no State can] deny to only US citizens subject to its governance the equal protection of the laws,” it says that no state can do that to ANY person WITHIN its jurisdiction. In other words, if you are standing on US soil, this applies to you.

(I guess that interpretation might make me seem liberal, but I tend to be more independent than either conservation or liberal anyway, so labels don’t fit me.)

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A look back – May 12, 2010, former UA recruit-slash-ASU freshman Victor Rudd becomes the fourth player to bolt from ASU along with Demitrius Walker, Brandon Thompson, and Taylor Rohde. Rudd eventually enrolls at the University of South Florida.

UA fan “sleepingGiant” posits:

Wow!!.. Nobody seems to want to play for Sendick and his 40 minutes of helI “watch paint dry” offense! ASU is easily looking like the worst basketball team in the Pac-10 right now for next season. Meanwhile UofA will be back to putting up the usual basketball scores they put up against ASU for a quarter of a century.

This quote sets off a huge firestorm, where many Tempe Normal faithful blast sleepingGiant as being uneducated and uninformed.

Some examples:

SeeingIsBelieving:

You said the same EXACT thing last year. Don’t you get tired of being wrong…EVERY…SINGLE…TIME???

UofAholes:

As for UofA – maybe you clowns will actually qualify for the NIT next year….

sundevilmike:

The same UA basketball team that didn’t even get an NIT bid? Yeah, ASU fans are terrified…

GoDevils1:

Somebody tell Sean Miller he’s not in the weak A-10 anymore….he couln’t even get his team into the NIT in the weakest year in the Pac-10′s history.

PCPMN:

With 5 good recruits coming in this is not surprising. Herb can handle it.

It doesn’t look like Herb is handling it at all. As of February 6, 2011, Tempe Normal is 9-14, 1-10 in the Pac-10. With 7 conference games remaining, Tempe Normal will have to go 6-1 just to get to .500. Anything less and it assures Tempe Normal of a losing season unless they win the Pac-10 tournament.

Currently, Tempe Normal ranks near the bottom of the nation in three of four major statistical categories (points per game, rebounds per game, field goal percentage), and only two players average in double figures in points per game. Only two players have gotten to the free throw line more than 60 times (Abbott, Lockett), and as a team, Tempe Normal shoots free throws at a 64% clip.

Arizona, on the other hand, ranks in the top 100 in three categories (points per game, field goal percentage, assists per game), has a National Player of the Year candidate (Derrick Williams), plays 11 men with no real noticable dropoff outside of the center position, and has six players shooting three pointers at a 38% or better clip. They shoot free throws at a 74% rate, and get to the line almost twice as much as Tempe Normal (600 to 385), with five players having more than 60 attempts.

Yes, the next game is in Tempe, but really it’s more like McKale Center North. It doesn’t help that recently Tempe Normal cordoned off almost 3200 seats, ostensibly to give it a “home court feel”. Realistically, though, nobody’s buying that because even after that, Tempe Normal still can’t sell out games. No, it’s because they got tired of seeing all the empty seats… except when Arizona comes to play, in which case the Arena is mostly cardinal red and navy blue instead of maroon and gold.

Now, Tempe Normal’s Herb Sendek is 6-4 against Arizona since 2007-08 season. However, of those 6 wins, only one of them is against Sean Miller. Again, that’s ONE win against a non-interim Arizona coach.

That says volumes about Tempe Normal’s program – that it can jack it up against the interims but completely shuts down against the heavy guns. Oh, and by the way, Lute Olson’s record against ASU: 43-6. Miller’s career Arizona record against ASU: 2-1. So, that’s a 45-7 record by regular Arizona HC’s (not counting interims) against ASU HC’s in the last 28 years.

Yes, that’s exactly SEVEN wins over regular Arizona HC’s in 28 years. That five-game win streak between 2007-2009 was fool’s gold since it was over the interim HCs.

So, for Sunday’s game:

Frontcourt: Arizona. Tempe Normal has no answer for Williams who will go for another double-double (at least 20 points and 10 boards). Jamelle Horne will also get 10-and-5, and Perry will get 8-and-5. In otherwords, Arizona’s frontcourt will have a field day on the glass – and second chance points – against the woefully undersized Tempe squad. Tempe’s Kuksiks will get his 10 points, but that’s about it.

Backcourt: Arizona. Jones, Fogg, Mayes, Hill, and Parrom have come alive in the meat of the Pac-10 schedule. Tempe’s Abbott and Lockett can score in bunches (27 ppg combined), but after them, McMillan, Felix, King and now Creekmur offer a combined 16 ppg off the bench. And while Jones and Fogg combine for only 18 ppg, the Arizona bench of Mayes, Hill, Lavender and Parrom offer up another 25 ppg.

Coaching: Arizona. Normally, Sendek would have the edge if it were any other coach, but this isn’t any other coach. Miller has shown he can outcoach Sendek and already owns the career head-to-head coaching lead against Sendek, going 3-2 as Arizona’s and Xavier’s HC.

Intangibles: Arizona. The game is being played in Tempe, but both teams have a week off after a trip to the Bay Area schools. Tempe Normal, however, has given Arizona a lot of game film to find weaknesses – not that it’ll be hard to find them… see “frontcourt” – whereas Arizona has given Tempe Normal a lot to worry about after a 3OT win at Cal, where two nights earlier Tempe Normal could not close the door on the same Cal team.

Arizona by 10.

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So, the AIA released its sectional initial placements this week. I had a chance to review it and figure out how far off I was. Appeals are ongoing until January.

The result? Not too bad.

First off – the AIA decided not to name any of the sections and just number them. Nice.

Division 1 – there were mistakes in every section, but you can see what happened. The AIA placed Desert Ridge and Skyline (the far East Valley schools) in Section 2 instead of the Ahwatukee schools Desert Vista and Mountain Pointe. Then the 5A Metro schools (Carl Hayden, Central, North) along with St. Mary’s were placed in Section 1 instead of the 5A Northwest schools (Mountain Ridge, Boulder Creek, O’Connor) plus North Canyon. Tally so far = 27 out of 35 correct (77.1%).

I believe that all 12 of these schools will appeal. Desert Ridge and Skyline are being placed in the Section grouped with the three Southern Arizona schools (Buena, Sunnyside, Tucson), along with the Southeastern Valley schools like Hamilton, Chandler, and Basha, instead of being grouped with their natural Mesa-area schools (Mesa, Red Mountain, Westwood, etc.). Also, the 5A Northwest schools will now have to travel to the far East Valley instead of staying on the West side of I-17. The 5A Metro schools are caught in the middle – it’s a shorter drive to the West Valley than to the East Valley, yes, but the difference is negligible. St. Mary’s in particular will appeal to be in the same section as Brophy anyway.

Division 2 – 40 out of 42 schools placed correctly. (95.2%) Swap McClintock with Kingman in Sections 1 and 3 and that’s it. This was the division where I had originally gotten only 29 teams correctly placed in the division, so I’m pretty happy about the sectional placement now. I’m reasonably sure that Kingman will NOT appeal since they would be placed with a lot of Northwest Valley schools, including Prescott, but McClintock will definitely appeal since now they will not be in the same section as Marcos de Niza.

Division 3 – Again, mistakes in every section here, but it was not as bad as D1. Swap Apache Junction for Maricopa for Sections 1 and 3, and then it’s just a matter of the far West Valley schools versus the North Phoenix schools. Tally was 29 out of 39 (74.4%). I don’t think you’ll see any appeals here in D3. Most everyone I think will be happy even with this placement. This is the division I fully expected to have mistakes with sectional placing.

Division 4 – Surprises here. Payson is booted out of the Rim Country and along with Fountain Hills are apparently now members of the West Valley. South Pointe is actually taken literally and placed in the Southern Arizona Section along with Scottsdale Coronado. And Page gets its wish as the step-child and is placed in the Rim Country Section. Payson will appeal but lose because Page’s drive time issues will outweigh Payson’s. Tally was 30 out of 35 (85.7%)

Division 5 – Only two misses here. Scottsdale Christian is in the same Section as the Phoenix-area and Yuma-area schools, while Santa Cruz is placed with the Southern Arizona schools like Pusch Ridge, Tombstone, and Bisbee. Tally was 36 out of 38 (94.7%)

Division 6 – What a cluster*@$+. Almost everything was wrong in Section 3 and the other two sections only had 6 right in each. To make matters worse, the divisional alignment specified four schools that were not in the sectional placement!! (Shonto Prep, Rancho Solano Prep, Phoenix Day School for the Deaf, South Ridge), while the sectional alignment ADDED three schools (El Capitan, Seligman, Phoenix Country Day School). Mind you, I welcome Seligman and PCD back into the fold after a multi-year absence, but it’s distressing that these three are showing up now after not being there before. Tally here is 14 out of 36 (38.9%), but apparently the total number of teams in D6 is a moving target.

Total count: 162 out of 193 (discounting Division 6). That’s 83.9%. Ugh. I was shooting for 95%. Of course, if the appeals go the way I think they will, I’ll probably hit 90%.

So, right now, the new sectional alignment is below. In Division 6, where it says “not listed”, those are the schools that were in the divisional placement but not in the sectional placement (thus showing that the AIA needs a fact-checker on staff…)

Division 1
teams = 39
 
Division 2
teams = 42
 
Division 3
teams = 39
 
Division 4
teams = 35
 
Division 5
teams = 38
 
Division 6
teams = 36?
 
Section 1Section 1Section 1Section 1Section 1Section 1
St. Mary's602Betty H. Fairfax1814Amphitheater1323Ganado597Rough Rock166Seligman59
Tolleson2195Apollo1842Douglas1379Alchesay608Williams237Fredonia83
Carl Hayden2255Raymond S. Kellis1843Catalina1382Holbrook689Red Mesa320Ash Fork91
Kofa2263La Joya1860Williams Field1382Tuba City708Sanders Valley338El Capitan113
Valley Vista2286Gila Ridge1867Higley1441Window Rock728St. Johns342Orme114
Central2301South Mountain1873Campo Verde1500Snowflake739Greyhills Academy375Rock Point126
North2416McClintock1908Sahuarita1502Show Low777Many Farms409Bagdad138
Westview2514Independence1937Maricopa1612Winslow792Pinon423Beaver Dam144
Cibola2515Lake Havasu1956Casa Grande1650Blue Ridge876Round Valley445Mogollon150
Maryvale2581Ironwood1989Vista Grande1655Monument Valley912Camp Verde446Joseph City154
San Luis2616Centennial2118Nogales1704Page1012Hopi455Mayer163
Alhambra2690Willow Canyon2159Queen Creek1711Chinle1099Sedona Red Rock489Shonto Prep (F)142Not listed
Trevor Browne2808Cesar Chavez2169Poston Butte1725
Millennium2184
Section 2Section 2Section 2Section 2Section 2Section 2
Buena2222Santa Rita1115Cactus1429Seton Catholic542Arizona Lutheran187ASDB (F)52
Sunnyside2313Salpointe Catholic1150Verrado1454Globe555Phoenix Christian223Patagonia73
Basha2320Cholla1734Shadow Ridge1500South Pointe586Tempe Prep232Cibecue75
Corona del Sol2390Catalina Foothills1736Coconino1537Safford804Westwind Prep257Hayden125
Mesquite2452Canyon del Oro1746Mohave1551Florence833Yuma Catholic264Ft. Thomas132
Desert Ridge2517Sahuaro1771Greenway1600Coolidge844Canyon State Academy304Superior138
Skyline2649Flowing Wells1775Sunrise Mountain1611Empire1042Antelope305St. David143
Gilbert2763Pueblo1855Glendale1639Combs1140Valley Christian329Valley Union154
Highland2957Ironwood Ridge1879Flagstaff1641Rio Rico1236Scottsdale Christian342Duncan161
Tucson3021Marana1953Dysart1651Sabino1253Northwest Christian364Ray171
Dobson3081Marana Mt. View1964Liberty1660Palo Verde1255Tonopah Valley370Pima207
Chandler3191Cienega2048Peoria1682Coronado1295Bourgade Catholic406Phoenix Country Day (F?)239
Hamilton3431Rincon/University2072Copper Canyon1708San Tan Foothills475
Desert View2119
Section 3Section 3Section 3Section 3Section 3Section 3
Desert Mountain2352Notre Dame Prep919Youngker1434North Pointe Prep490Baboquivari275PDSD (F)59Not listed
Mountain Ridge2355Bradshaw Mountain1731Saguaro1437Parker530Pusch Ridge279Rancho Solano Prep (F)80Not listed
Boulder Creek2374Shadow Mountain1749Tempe1443Wickenburg720Miami314Joy Christian114
North Canyon2397Sunnyslope1807Desert Edge1496Fountain Hills753San Manuel350Ajo134
Sandra Day O'Connor2413Cactus Shadows1827Sierra Linda1535Payson788Tanque Verde355Salome135
Pinnacle2438Prescott1858Moon Valley1548Chino Valley812Morenci368Gila Bend148
Brophy2532Barry Goldwater1879Thunderbird1561River Valley878Benson380Gilbert Christian155
Mountain Pointe2648Marcos de Niza1897Paradise Valley1603Estrella Foothills1060Tombstone380San Pasqual155
Westwood2923Camelback1937Apache Junction1614Buckeye1206Thatcher400Salt River164
Desert Vista2929Deer Valley1956Yuma1650Cortez1225Bisbee407Valley Lutheran190
Mesa3334Kingman2059Agua Fria1654Mingus1260Willcox422South Ridge (F)200Not listed
Mesa Mt. View3369Perry2114Arcadia1680San Carlos433Veritas Prep228
Red Mountain3442Chaparral2127Washington1702Santa Cruz439
Horizon2160

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On 11/8/10 I received an email entitled “COUPON & Picks for You!” which detailed a special offer: buy Josh Groban’s “Hidden Away” single for $1.33 with coupon and get a coupon for Josh Groban’s upcoming “Illuminations” at $9.99. My wife likes Groban so I planned on getting this for her.

Today 11/10/10 I went into the Borders store at Superstition Springs today and this single was not in store. I walked around the store to see if it was misplaced but it wasn’t in store at all. I asked the cashier (Peg) about it and she had never heard of this offer, nor could she be of any more assistance than just pointing out the two places where CDs were being displayed. This was very disappointing as I made a special trip over there just to purchase this.

The online Borders.com customer commitment regarding the “In-Stock Promise” is useless as a search for the single on the site yielded no results either. Why send out offers if they don’t plan on allowing customers to purchase the items?

So, I sent a note to their customer service explaining the above (verbatim). The form I filled out also included my address. This is what I got back just a few minutes ago:

Thank you for contacting Borders.

I apologize for the inconvenience this have [sic] caused you. I highly suggest that please try other Borders stores nearest your place, please be reminded that the offer is not valid at Borders Express and Waldenbooks stores.

For an online listing of all U.S. locations please view our store locator at:

http://www.borders.com/online/store/LocatorView

Thank you for shopping in Borders. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at customercare@borders.com or 1.800.770.7811.

Sincerely,

[name redacted]
Borders Customer Care

And below the email was my original note along with my name, address, the store I tried going to and the words “Contact Customer: Yes”.

When I read that email, I was sorely disappointed. One, I was disappointed with the fact that “Customer Service” was just blowing me off. Two, I was disappointed with the fact that “Customer Service” apparently does not have English as its first language (“…this have caused you…”, “…highly suggest that please try…”, “…please be reminded…”) Three, I was disappointed with the fact that, sadly, Borders apparently cannot keep up with its peer (Barnes and Noble).

So I responded:

[name redacted] (and anyone else that may be reading), I understand that you are probably very busy and so could not take the time to determine that the Borders I went to _IS_ the nearest to my location – which already is 13 miles from my house. Your suggestion, which may make sense if you don’t take the time to look at Google maps, would force me to drive over to West Mesa (Arizona), which is another 11 miles from the previous Borders; or, I should instead drive to South Chandler, which is “only” 23.5 miles away from my house, thus saving that extra half-mile. I filled out the form that included my address and zip code – it’s even at the bottom of this email!!! – so you had the opportunity to definitely do some checking; your website stated that you would respond in the next 48 hours, so you had time to research. As a customer service representative, you’re supposed to be listening to the customer’s needs and determining what’s best for the customer.

Instead, you’re telling me “too bad, go to another store and hope they have it.” And if they don’t have it, well, golly, I’m out of luck or else I have to drive even farther.

No thanks.

Your whole “In-Stock” promise is apparently nothing but smoke and mirrors. I have a Barnes and Noble closer to Borders, but I had stuck with Borders out of loyalty to the brand dating back to when it was just Waldenbooks in my hometown. I was one of the first to sign up for the Rewards program when it was first offered over five years ago – I still have the old silver and red striped card. Apparently, that loyalty is misguided. You’re sending me coupons and offers I can do nothing with – look at my Rewards account activity over the last six months (1 time, and that was today) and you’ll see what I’m saying is very much true. When you finally send me something that I actually WANT, I can’t use it because not only is it not in stock, but the online store doesn’t carry it either and the customer service tells me to “go to another store”.

Well, I will, thank you very much. From now on, I’ll be shopping at Barnes and Noble. At least when they don’t have something in store, their customer service offers to find it or order it and ship it to me free and doesn’t tell me to drive around the Phoenix suburbs until I find a store that has it. I’ll also make sure my friends and family see this on Facebook; maybe it’ll cause Borders to change how they approach their Rewards program members. Too bad that I had to be the “test case”.

So, for all those reading this (all ten of you), don’t shop at Borders any more. It’s just not worth it. Go join the B&N rewards program instead and save your hard-earned money.

—- FOLLOWUP 11/11/10:

Received a final email from Customer Service:

Thank you for taking the time to contact Borders with your comments.

I apologize that our site did not meet your expectations. We do not want to lose you as a customer and hope that you will give us another try.

We want to thank you for taking the time to give us detailed feedback regarding our website. We value and rely on feedback so that we can evaluate our programs and services and make changes to best meet our customers’ needs.

We do not want to lose you as a customer and hope that you will give the Borders Rewards Program a try. Please feel free to contact us with any other questions or comments.

My expectation (singular) is that if you advertise something, you’ll have it in stock. Pretty simple. If you can’t do that, then I’ll go elsewhere with my money.

My expectation for your Customer Service is much higher. Even though I’ve referenced the touted “In Stock Promise”, Customer Service is showing that it really is just meaningless promotional drivel. NO attempt has been made to follow through and find the items. NO attempt has been made to show me that Borders actually cares about making it right – they’ve got the systems in place to look up other stores and find the items and then have the items sent to the closest store. And absolutely NO attempt has been made to apologize for the previous Customer Service person’s misguided and unhelpful comments.

Like I said, no way am I ever shopping there again.

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The AIA released today the teams that appealed their division placements. Surprisingly there were only four for football. Unsurprisingly, three of them were Notre Dame, Salpointe, and St. Mary’s.

However, the fourth one was odd – Tucson Santa Rita decided to appeal up to D2 from D4.

To me, this makes no sense. A D4 Southern sectional that includes Tucson-area schools Sabino (who didn’t appeal), Palo Verde, Empire, and Rio Rico would seem to be a good fit for Santa Rita – for sure an easier path to the playoffs.

Instead, Santa Rita opted for the massive D2 Sonoran sectional which now will include Salpointe, CDO, Cienega, and Ironwood Ridge.

If it’s travel times they’re doing it for, maybe that makes sense. The D4 sectional would have also included trips to Safford, Florence, Globe, and Fountain Hills. The Safford trip is probably the most daunting of them all since Safford is the only D4 school in Southeastern Arizona (Douglas is D3).

In any case, given that information, I’ve updated the sectional projections now to include the new appeals. I’m 99% confident that this will end up being the final version the AIA comes out with, and 100% confident that if any changes are made, it will involve less than 8 teams switching sectionals.

Teams with a * next to their enrollment numbers indicate the school appealed to the listed division.

Division 1
teams = 39
 
Division 2
teams = 42
 
Division 3
teams = 39
 
Division 4
teams = 35
 
Division 5
teams = 39
 
Division 6
teams = 32
 
East ValleySonoranKinoNortheastSoutheastEast
St. Mary's602 *Santa Rita1115 *Amphitheater1323Ganado597Baboquivari275Cibecue75
Carl Hayden2255Salpointe Catholic1150 *Douglas1379Alchesay608Pusch Ridge279Rock Point126
Central2301Cholla1734Catalina1382Holbrook689Miami314Ft. Thomas132
Desert Mountain2352Catalina Foothills1736Williams Field1382Tuba City708San Manuel350Superior138
North2416Canyon del Oro1746Higley1441Window Rock728Tanque Verde355Mogollon150
Pinnacle2438Sahuaro1771Campo Verde1500Snowflake739Morenci368Joseph City154
Desert Ridge2517Flowing Wells1775Sahuarita1502Show Low777Tombstone380Duncan161
Brophy2532Pueblo1855Apache Junction1614Payson788Benson380Salt River164
Skyline2649Ironwood Ridge1879Casa Grande1650Winslow792Thatcher400Pima207
Westwood2923Marana1953Vista Grande1655Blue Ridge876Bisbee407Veritas Prep228
Mesa3334Marana Mt. View1964Nogales1704Monument Valley912Willcox422Shonto Prep (F)142
Mesa Mt. View3369Cienega2048Queen Creek1711Chinle1099San Carlos433
Red Mountain3442Rincon/University2072Poston Butte1725
Desert View2119
West ValleyCentralSkylineWestern CanyonWestern SkySouth
Tolleson2195Notre Dame Prep919 *Cactus1429North Pointe Prep490Arizona Lutheran187Patagonia73
Kofa2263Bradshaw Mountain1731Youngker1434Parker530Phoenix Christian223Rancho Solano Prep80
Valley Vista2286Shadow Mountain1749Verrado1454South Pointe586Tempe Prep232Ajo134
Mountain Ridge2355Sunnyslope1807Desert Edge1496Wickenburg720Westwind Prep257St. David143
Boulder Creek2374Cactus Shadows1827Shadow Ridge1500Chino Valley812Yuma Catholic264Gila Bend148
North Canyon2397Prescott1858Sunrise Mountain1611River Valley878Canyon State Academy304Valley Union154
Sandra Day O'Connor2413Barry Goldwater1879Glendale1639Page1012Antelope305Gilbert Christian155
Westview2514Marcos de Niza1897Yuma1650Estrella Foothills1060Valley Christian329San Pasqual155
Cibola2515McClintock1908Dysart1651Buckeye1206Northwest Christian364Ray171
Maryvale2581Camelback1937Agua Fria1654Cortez1225Tonopah Valley370Valley Lutheran190
San Luis2616Deer Valley1956Liberty1660Mingus1260Bourgade Catholic406ASDB (F)52
Alhambra2690Perry2114Peoria1682Coronado1295Santa Cruz439Hayden125
Trevor Browne2808Chaparral2127Copper Canyon1708San Tan Foothills475
Horizon2160
SoutheastDesert WestNorthernDesert SkyNortheastern SkyWest
Buena2222Betty H. Fairfax1814Saguaro1437Seton Catholic542Rough Rock166Fredonia84
Sunnyside2313Apollo1842Tempe1443Globe555Williams237Ash Fork91
Basha2320Raymond S. Kellis1843Sierra Linda1535Fountain Hills753Red Mesa320Orme114
Corona del Sol2390La Joya1860Coconino1537Safford804Sanders Valley338Joy Christian114
Mesquite2452Gila Ridge1867Moon Valley1548Florence833Scottsdale Christian342Salome135
Mountain Pointe2648South Mountain1873Mohave1551Coolidge844St. Johns342Bagdad138
Gilbert2763Independence1937Thunderbird1561Empire1042Greyhills Academy375Beaver Dam144
Desert Vista2929Lake Havasu1956Greenway1600Combs1140Many Farms409Mayer163
Highland2957Ironwood1989Paradise Valley1603Rio Rico1236Pinon423PDSD (F)59
Tucson3021Kingman2059Maricopa1612Sabino1253Round Valley445South Ridge~180
Dobson3081Centennial2118Flagstaff1641Palo Verde1255Camp Verde446
Chandler3191Willow Canyon2159Arcadia1680Hopi455
Hamilton3431Cesar Chavez2169Washington1702Sedona Red Rock489
Millennium2184

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