Happy Valley School

"Character…..Leadership…..Academic Success"
  • Safe & Secure Environment

  • Excelling School Since 2007 & "A" Rated Since 2011

  • Enriched & Supported Classes To Meet Student Needs

  • Curriculum Meets and Exceeds State & Federal Standards

  • Technology/Computer, Music, P.E. and Spanish All Grade Levels

  • Departmentalized 5th & 6th Grade

  • Classroom Aides

  • Strong Day Care Program (before & after), Summer Camp

  • After School Activities

  • Free Bus Transportation

  • Full Time Nurse On Staff

Eagle HVS LOGO SMALL We are currently enrolling for the 2014-2015 school year! We offer tuition-free all day Kindergarten through 6th Grade. 

Give Your Child the Quality Education of a Private School - Tuition Free!

Happy Valley is an Arizona “Excelling” school with an “A” rating, the highest designation that schools can achieve. We owe a debt of gratitude to our hard-working students, parents and staff for achieving and maintaining this goal. Scores for our students are compared to other schools in Arizona on the Arizona Department of Education website. We are a “Back-to-Basics” public, tuition-free, charter school in Peoria, Arizona, serving approximately 750 students in Kindergarten through 6th Grade. We opened our doors in August of 2000 to welcome our first students. If you are interested in seeing our campus and all that we have to offer, we invite you to sign up for a tour.

Testimonials

Mr. Dave has been our bus driver since last year. Please extend our appreciation for him for the wonderful job he does in driving safely and making sure everyone is following the rules. I truly appreciate his passion for safety. He knows he has precious cargo on board. I love that our school feels safe! Thank you.

“ The discipline and respect.  I like the character training and I feel like my child is safe – that someone is really taking care of him all day.”

“ I feel like the school truly cares about my son learning.”

“ That my daughter is being challenged and loves it.  I cannot believe how much she has learned this school year.”