Betty H. Fairfax High School is Phoenix Union’s newest comprehensive high school, having opened in 2007, and graduating its first senior class in spring 2011. Named after a Phoenix teacher, guidance counselor and civil rights activist, who inspired and motivated students over a 57-year career. The school has followed in Betty's footsteps, building a foundation of excellence.
We inspire students to show compassion to others through service.
We challenge students to pursue academic rigor and excellence.
We prepare students for college, career and life.
We educate students for a better world.
Through real-life experiences, challenging academic rigor and compassion for others, every Betty H. Fairfax High School student will be prepared for college entrance or a career path, advancing their economic autonomy and social responsibility.
Inquirers, Knowledgeable, Thinkers, Communicators, Principled, Open-Minded, Caring, Risk-Takers, Balanced, Reflective
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