Student Spotlights

Lindsay Encinas
December 1, 2013

Lindsay Encinas is a junior at Phoenix Christian Preparatory School, where she has attended school since she was a freshman. Lindsay chose Phoenix Christian because she likes the positive values the school promotes and its strong belief system. Phoenix Christian’s longer class periods and smaller class sizes are very beneficial for learning, Lindsay feels. “We […]


Hayden Clawson
November 1, 2013

This month we have the privilege of sharing Hayden Clawson’s story. He is a 7th grader at New Way Academy in Phoenix.  “New Way Academy has helped me academically with my grades and my reading ability. I feel like I can keep up with my homework and my friends.   I have made friends and […]


Mireya Iglesias-Ayala
October 1, 2013

All my life I had attended south side public schools, but I always searched for change. As I was graduating from middle school long after high school registration was over I stumbled upon San Miguel, or how I called it “the school next to the church we attend mass at.” My mom, while I was […]


Frankie Castaneda
September 1, 2013

Frankie Castaneda transferred to Salpointe high school his freshman year and was glad to participate in the strong curriculum, values and athletic programs offered. During Frankie’s sophomore year, his life took a drastic turn when he was diagnosed with cancer and brain tumors. When Frankie found himself in the emergency room twice, then airvaced to […]



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