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Paradise Valley High School Prepares Students for STEM Careers

Wednesday , October 09 , 2019

Paradise Valley High School is helping students achieve academic success in and out of high school through its unique Center for Research, Engineering, Science and Technology (CREST) program. 

Paradise Valley High School (PVHS) is ranked 44th out of 276 in the best college prep program at a public high school in Arizona, according to Niche.com.

Founded in the 2008-2009 school year, CREST offers students three programs in bioscience, engineering and computer science. All three programs are four years long, have a map for graduation and are held in a separate building.

To be a part of CREST, students have to apply online and have a variety of qualities including an interest in STEM; strong math, writing and communication skills; motivation to perform at a high level in rigorous academic environments; a creative and enthusiastic approach to problem solving and the ability to work in collaborative groups.

Read the full article on Chamber Business News. You can learn more about the CREST program if you visit Paradise Valley High School's website.