Since 1976, Bostrom Alternative Center for Education has provided learning opportunities for students to find success in a small school environment that focuses on student-centered learning while simultaneously supporting the whole student. We have outstanding staff members who care, and who hold each student accountable for his/her education. Bostrom’s flexible learning options are available to 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th graders who reside in the Phoenix Union High School District. Instruction is delivered in four nine-week sessions in which students concentrate on three block classes at a time. Students are selected for admission based on an application and interview process and parents must attend a mandatory orientation.
Wednesday, May 19, 1:00 PM
Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Please take advantage of the summer school opportunities this year to catch up and maintain pacing for graduation. Summer school will not be offered at Bostrom; however, you may attend at any school in the district.
Click Here to sign up: Bostrom Summer School Registration
4th Quarter Bell Schedule
Period 0: 7:23-8:50
Period 1: 9:00 -10:27
Period 2: 10:37-12:04
Period 4: 12:54-2:21
Check & Connect 2:21-2:30
Clubs and tutoring: 2:30-3:00
Moving on up!Bostrom Alternative Center has earned a"B" ratingaccording to the Arizona Department of Education'scomprehensive school report card system!Moving on up!
Bostrom's mission is to offer a non-traditional student-centered experience. This experience, built upon high expectations, will provide a supportive and collaborative atmosphere in which students learn the skills to succeed in college, career, and life.
3535 N. 27th AvenuePhoenix, AZ 85017602.764.1700602.764.1703 Attendance Hotline602.271.2923 FAX602.452.5824 FAX School RecordsPrincipal: Robert GrantMascot: BulldogsSchool Colors: Red and BlackYear School Opened: 1976
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