Welcome

Bostrom’s mission is to offer a non-traditional student-centered experience.  This experience, built upon high expectations, will provide a supportive and collaborative atmosphere in which students learn the skills to succeed in college, career and life.  

Message from Mr. Watson

Reminder: Bostrom will be closed for Winter Break from December 22 – January 2.
 
Just a few points of interest-
 
Transportation and Lunch Assistance- Free Breakfast is provided for every student that arrives on campus prior to the first bell. However, parents must resubmit an application each year for lunch and transportation assistance. Lunch costs $1.50 every day. Parents should plan on providing lunch money and transportation for their child for the first week of classes.  Applications can be completed on-line. Look for the link on our homepage.
 
Student ID’s-Every student must wear an ID on an approved lanyard when entering campus and attending classes. Student ID’s will be taken starting the first day of classes at no charge to the student. Should your child arrive on campus without their ID after the first day for any reason they will be required to either purchase a temporary ID for $1.00 or a replacement ID will cost the student $5.00.
              
Update your telephone numbers: Emergencies do occur at school or we may need to contact you to inform you of your student’s personal needs, upcoming campus events, your students’ academic progress and their attendance patterns.  Help us to help you! Please contact the registration office at (602)764-1703 if your contact information has changed.
 
Goal-Our goal for the forthcoming year is to increase the number of students who apply for and attend college.  We are making progress and more students each year are accepting the challenge.  We look forward to assisting your student with achieving their goal of being ready to enter adulthood once he/she has graduated.  Call us if you have questions.  We are happy to assist.
 
 
Alvin Watson, Principal

 

School News

District News

  • Tax Credit
    Do you know that when you contribute to our schools, you’ll receive a DOLLAR-FOR-DOLLAR TAX CREDIT?
       You can provide needed funding for extracurricular activities, athletics, clubs, and field trips through the Arizona Education Tax Credit.  And you’ll get a credit for any amount up to $400* on your State Income Taxes.  You can give a little, or take all the credit.
       We can use your contribution for such things as student activity fees, costumes, uniforms, equipment, funding for competition, camps, awards and travel.  And you can use it to reduce your taxes.
    Visit www.PhoenixUnion.org/TaxCredit to donate or for more information.
    ___________________________________________________________________
    Comments (-1)
  • OPEN ENROLLMENT is Available! Our high schools have it all – more classes, more specialized programs, more support and more opportunities than any other school district.  Make new friends and hang with your old friends; create memories; EXPAND your horizons; EXPLORE your future; EXPRESS yourself and EXCEED your expectations.  This is an exciting time for you.  Our job is to prepare every student for success in college, career and life.  Your job is to take advantage of all Phoenix Union has to offer.  ENROLL with us and you’ll have the EXPERIENCE of a Lifetime.To apply online or download the form, please visit www.PhoenixUnion.org/Enroll. Apply Today!
    ___________________________________________________________________
    Comments (-1)
  • AzMERIT to Replace AIMS Exams for 2017 Graduates
    Arizona Dept. of Education Logo
    The State Board of Education has adopted a new assessment to replace the AIMS Reading, Writing and Mathematics exams. AzMERIT, Arizona’s Measurement of Educational Readiness to Inform Teaching, will be administered statewide in the spring of 2015 for the first time. The tests will measure proficiency of the Arizona College and Career Ready Standards in the areas of Math and English Language Arts in grades 9, 10 and 11.

    Currently, students will not be required to pass the end-of-course tests for graduation, but must still earn the minimum number of English and Mathematics credits in order to graduate. The actual test dates have not been determined yet, but will be across multiple days in April.

    High school students graduating after December 31, 2016 will no longer be required to pass the AIMS tests to graduate high school. AIMS Science will still be administered, tied to school accountability, but not graduation.

    Parent Letter (English)

    For more information visit  www.azed.gov/AzMERIT

    ____________________________________________________________________
    Comments (-1)
  • Tutoring Available for all PUHSD Students
    Supplemental Educational Services are free tutoring services for all students of Phoenix Union High School District schools. Visit www.PhoenixUnion.org/SES for more information and to apply.
    ____________________________________________________________________
    Comments (-1)
  • Connect2Compete
     
    Cox Communications is offering high speed internet for $9.95 per month for qualifying Phoenix Union Families. To see if you qualify, visit www.connect2compete.org/cox.
     
    ___________________________________________________________________
    Comments (-1)

Bulldog  
3535 N. 27th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85017 
602.764.1700
602.764.1703 Attendance Hotline
602.271.2923 FAX
602.452.5824 FAX School Records
 
Principal: Alvin Watson
Mascot: Bulldogs
School Colors: Red and Black
Year School Opened: 1976