Night Classes at Sweetwater

Flexible Schedules for Busy Students

Lighted Cityscape At Night - The Time To Study Is Now

Jobs and extracurricular activities can make it difficult for students to fit in all the classes they need to graduate. Sweetwater Community School makes it easy by offering evening high school classes.  

Students can enroll in an extra class, retake a class or attend a class at a time that is more convenient for them. All classes provide teacher-based instruction, which offers students more of a one-on-one opportunity for learning. New classes are offered each quarter, and students can earn a .5 credit for each class completed.  

Classes are held Monday through Thursday and students can enroll in one or two classes each quarter, depending on their need and schedule limitations. The schedule is as follows:

Block 1 – 5:00 - 6:17 p.m.

Block 2 – 6:23 - 7:40 p.m.

Students can come in Monday through Thursday for additional support or to complete make up work from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. Classes are free of charge to all actively enrolled PVSchools high school students. There is a class fee of $30 for the ceramics classes. Students not currently enrolled in or living outside of the PVSchools district are welcome and will need to pay a fee of $199 per course.

To enroll in a class or classes, please call 602-449-2302 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. – or 602-449-2300 after 4:30 p.m.  


"Both of my children have attended night school at Sweetwater Community School and have enjoyed their experience. At first they were resistant about going to school in the evening, especially after going to school all day, but once they got there and were welcomed by the caring staff, they began to appreciate night school and experience success. It is a great way to make up credits or get ahead with coursework. So appreciative to the staff and administrators at Sweetwater Community School for supporting my children in being successful."

Kristi Williams, parent of night school students

"Night School is very helpful for improving my grades. I'm more productive at night."

Kaitlynn, night school student