Betty Fairfax High

Located in Laveen, Arizona, Fairfax High is named after longtime (57-year) Phoenix Union educator Betty Harriet Fairfax, who died in November 2010 at the age of 92. It was the first time the district had named a school after an employee.

Their goal is to continue to provide their students with the best academic and social environment available to public education. They firmly believe that they have set the stage to prepare their students for success in college, career and life.

Go Stampede!

Number of Students:

1,900

Year Opened:

2007

Free/Reduced Lunch:

64%