Start Planning for SUMMER 2022!

Ignite your child’s imagination at JGS where exciting summer adventures await! We offer thematic, engaging camp experiences that appeal to a wide range of interests. → One-week camps ($350 per camper, per week) offered through the month of June → Ope [...]

Tips on raising confident teens!

Raising Independent, Confident Teens Written by Dana Herzberg, JGS Head of School, and Samantha DePalo, JGS Director of Curriculum and Instruction    Parents: we are empowering you to help your child become a mindful, independent, problem-solvin [...]

2021-09-11T12:58:18-07:00September 2021|Featured, High School, Middle School, Parents|

SAT® Prep, Fall 2021: Gain 200+ Points!

SAT ® Success Academy Study smarter, increase your SAT scores!   More personalized and affordable than other approaches, our small group course, held on the JGS campus (Tatum & Doubletree Ranch Rd, 1 mile south of Shea Blvd), ensures that st [...]

NEW College Credit & Honors Programs

The Jones-Gordon School is pleased to announce new High School Dual Enrollment and Honors Programs beginning with the 2021-22 school year.   Dual Enrollment for College Credit In partnership with Rio Salado Community College, eligible high schoo [...]

Benefits of a Small, Private High School

Small Size = JGHS Student Success! At first glance, the structure of The Jones-Gordon High School (JGHS) may seem… unusual. That’s because it is! The most obvious difference is Jones-Gordon's size: Arizona public high schools’ average enrollment is 5 [...]

2021-07-05T20:54:47-07:00March 2021|Featured, High School, School News|

Calendar Updates for 2020-21

Calendar Updates for the New School Year In accordance with Governor Ducey’s order to have Arizona schools begin on August 17th, JGS has made the decision to move our start date back one week. Our first day of virtual learning is August 18th. School [...]

Virtual HS Current Events Summer Class

Download a flyer! Using current events, this virtual High School elective course focuses on world and local issues that affect students’ everyday lives, such as economics, government, and conflict. This course uses newspapers, online media, and newsc [...]

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