About Us

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Tucson High is the oldest high school in Arizona.

Established in 1867, Tucson Unified School District is the oldest district in the state, formed when Arizona was still a territory.

Tucson Unified is also one of the largest districts in the state, encompassing 229.5 square miles in southeast Arizona, Pima County. We have a diverse student population of over 52,000 students in grades pre-K-12.

We feature more than 85 schools, including magnet schools which offer a wide range of special programs.

Our services include full-day kindergarten, school meals, health services, interscholastic activities, fine and performing arts, counseling, special education, and much more.