City of St. Johns, Arizona
Schools
St. Johns Unified School District

The St. Johns Unified School District is comprised of an elementary school, middle school, and high school.

The Coronado Elementary School places an emphasis on developing study habits and a positive learning ethic as a foundation for future education.

St. Johns Middle School is recognized for its outstanding achievements in statewide math competitions and Stanford Nine tests, which emphasize the basics of math, language, and reading.

St. Johns High School has won both regional and state championships in the Academic Decathlon for the past 14 years. Combined with 26 athletic programs, 7 vocational education offerings, and numerous fine arts classes, the curriculum is one of the finest in the State.

Northland Pioneer College

A leader in the area’s economic development efforts, Northland Pioneer College is a trailblazer in providing customized and workforce development training throughout Northeastern Arizona.

NPC’s centers in Springerville/Eagar and St. Johns are part of an accredited, multi-campus, state-supported community college with four campuses and six centers serving over 21,000 square miles.

Northland provides courses for completion of degrees and certificates through three educational paths:

  • Occupational – providing career training in 25 areas
  • Transfer – preparing students to pursue a four-year bachelor’s degree
  • Lifelong Learning – enhancing the student knowledge and employment skills or personal interest
Northern Arizona Vocational Institute of Technology

The Northern Arizona Vocational Institute of Technology (NAVIT) allows high school students to participate with other high schools in northeastern Arizona that specialize in areas such as computers, agriculture, media arts, automotive technology, welding, cosmetology, and electronics.

In conjunction with their traditional studies, the Institute focuses on providing current and in-demand job skills and works closely with the communities to address workforce development needs.

 

City of St. Johns, Arizona
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