Education in Flagstaff
Primary & Secondary Schools
The Flagstaff community prides itself in offering top-notch accredited educational programs from pre-school in addition to several private and parochial schools in the city.
The Flagstaff Unified School District (FUSD) provides traditional and vocational education to approximately 12,000 students who are enrolled in 12 elementary schools (K-6), three middle schools (7-8), and three high schools (9-12).
Charter schools offer educational courses from the elementary through high school level. These schools emphasize an alternative setting of education with small cluster classes focussing on the arts, academics, and computer based learning.
Coconino Community College
The fastest growing community college in the state, Coconino Community College offers a variety of two-year associate degree programs. The College has 5 campuses – 2 in Flagstaff and 1 in Page, Williams and Grand Canyon.
Northern Arizona University
Home to nearly 20,000 enrolled students, the mountain campus of Northern Arizona University, located in the heart of Flagstaff, is ranked in the top ten percent in the nation in terms of size. Theuniversity offers over 120 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs in the arts & science, business, forestry, physical therapy, nursing, and hotel & restaurant management. The athletic program is part of the Big Sky Conference.
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