• Welcome to Maryvale High School, home of the Panthers, Maryvale is proud to celebrate all of the students and staff as part of the “Panther Nation.” At Maryvale, we are focused on the development of all students to recognize their voice, continue to develop their leadership skills, and to look at how they can bring something positive to the space that they are in. We have much to look forward to: successes in our virtual classrooms, remodel, and construction of new facilities for GTA, JROTC, and Performing Arts. We are proud to offer access to an amazing Arts Program with offerings in the Performing and Visual Arts with courses like Technical Theater, Drama, Piano, Traveling Guitar, Mariachi, Photography, Ceramics, and Digital Design. We maintain a Premiere JROTC program and are home to the District Gifted and Talented Academy. We offer access to over 50 different clubs, activities, and athletics that students can participate in along with various Career and Technical offerings like Fashion Design, Culinary, and Marketing. There is also no shortage of AP course offerings. With all of that, Maryvale is proud to provide access to a wonderful support staff, counselors, and instructors who are all here to make sure all students are successful and supported. At Maryvale we take pride in our P.A.W.S.: Practicing Respect, Academic Excellence, Working Diligently, and a Success Mindset. 

    Please enjoy a virtual tour of our campus 




  • The Southwest Literary Society sponsors a creative writing opportunity for Maryvale Students. for college stipends.  Each year students write a short story based on a genre.  This year it was dystopian societies.  Twenty-one members of the organization read and judge the stories.  Here are the winners:

    First Place:   Change by Cynthia Pinon Perez  (3rd time she has won!)

     Second Place (3-way tie):         

    Forever Forbidden by Wendy Martinez

    Beyond the Dome by Luis Montes

    Acceptance by Noemi Rodrriguez

    Participation Award: 

    Void of Sins by Justin Gaysue                

    Lusonalor by Diana Lopez Lopez

    COVID by Judy Montes

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