Largest Arizona Public Elementary Schools

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(1228)
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(1228)
 
High
(409)
High
(409)
 
Middle
(603)
Middle
(603)
 
Elementary
(890)
Elementary
(890)
 
Pre-K
(336)
Pre-K
(336)
 
  • The average public elementary school in Arizona has approximately 490 students (2018-19).
  • The public elementary schools with the largest student enrollments are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The largest public elementary school in Arizona (by enrollment) is Arizona Virtual Academy with 3,635 students.

Largest Arizona Public Elementary Schools (2018-19)

  • School # Students Grades Location
  • PhoenixArizona Virtual AcademyCharter School
    Students: 3,635
    Grades: K-1299 E. Virginia Ave.
    PhoenixAZ 85004
    (602)476-1320

  • ChandlerPrimavera - OnlineCharter School
    Students: 3,299
    Grades: 6-122471 N. Arizona Ave., Unit 226
    ChandlerAZ 85225
    (480)456-6678

  • ChandlerBasha High School
    Students: 2,544
    Grades: 6-125990 S. Val Vista Drive
    ChandlerAZ 85249
    (480)224-2100

  • MaricopaMaricopa High School
    Students: 1,927
    Grades: 6-1245012 W. Honeycutt Ave.
    MaricopaAZ 85139
    (520)568-8100

  • MesaArizona Connections AcademyCharter School
    Students: 1,920
    Grades: K-121017 South Gilbert Road Suite,
    MesaAZ 85204
    (480)782-5842

  • Queen CreekEduprize SchoolCharter School
    Students: 1,847
    Grades: K-84567 W. Roberts
    Queen CreekAZ 85242
    (480)888-1610

  • GilbertEduprize School GilbertCharter School
    Students: 1,837
    Grades: K-11580 W. Melody Ave.
    GilbertAZ 85233
    (480)813-9537

  • PhoenixMountain View Elementary School
    Students: 1,463
    Grades: PK-8801 W. Peoria Avenue
    PhoenixAZ 85029
    (602)347-4100

  • PhoenixMontebello School
    Students: 1,340
    Grades: K-85725 N 27th Avenue
    PhoenixAZ 85017
    (602)336-2000

  • GilbertAmerican Leadership Academy - Queen CreekCharter School
    Students: 1,298
    Grades: 6-1222721 S. Ellsworth Rd.
    GilbertAZ 85295
    (480)988-3204

  • SurpriseLegacy Traditional School - SurpriseCharter School
    Students: 1,259
    Grades: K-814506 W. Sweetwater Ave.
    SurpriseAZ 85379
    (623)299-9820

  • ChandlerLegacy Traditional School - Northwest TucsonCharter School
    Students: 1,231
    Grades: K-83500 West Cortaro Farms Road
    ChandlerAZ 85286
    (520)505-3640

  • PhoenixWestwind Elementary School
    Students: 1,224
    Grades: PK-89040 W. Campbell Ave. B
    PhoenixAZ 85037
    (623)772-2700

  • ChandlerLegacy Traditional School - MaricopaCharter School
    Students: 1,202
    Grades: K-1017760 N. Regent Drive
    ChandlerAZ 85286
    (520)413-9720

  • PhoenixCharles W. Harris School
    Students: 1,196
    Grades: K-82252 North 55th Avenue
    PhoenixAZ 85035
    (623)691-4800

  • ChandlerLegacy Traditional School - ChandlerCharter School
    Students: 1,186
    Grades: K-83201 S Gilbert Road
    ChandlerAZ 85286
    (520)423-9999

  • PhoenixSevilla West School
    Students: 1,157
    Grades: 4-83851 W. Missouri Ave.
    PhoenixAZ 85019
    (602)347-0232

  • TollesonArts Academy At Estrella MountainCharter School
    Students: 1,149
    Grades: K-82504 South 91st Ave., Suite 10
    TollesonAZ 85353
    (623)474-2120

  • PhoenixCatalina Ventura School
    Students: 1,137
    Grades: K-86331 W. 39th Ave.
    PhoenixAZ 85019
    (602)841-7445

  • PhoenixPueblo Del Sol Middle School
    Students: 1,129
    Grades: K-83449 N. 39th Ave.
    PhoenixAZ 85009
    (602)455-6900

  • PhoenixAndalucia Middle School
    Students: 1,128
    Grades: 4-84730 W. Campbell
    PhoenixAZ 85031
    (623)848-8646

  • SurpriseSunset Hills Elementary School
    Students: 1,118
    Grades: PK-817825 W. Sierra Montana Loop
    SurpriseAZ 85379
    (623)523-8700

  • PhoenixGranada East School
    Students: 1,110
    Grades: 4-83022 W Campbell
    PhoenixAZ 85017
    (602)589-0110

  • PeoriaCountry Meadows Elementary School
    Students: 1,100
    Grades: PK-88409 N. 111th Ave.
    PeoriaAZ 85345
    (623)412-5200

  • BuckeyeOdyssey Institute For Advanced And International StudiesCharter School
    Students: 1,087
    Grades: 6-121495 S Airport Rd
    BuckeyeAZ 85326
    (623)327-1757

  • PhoenixKyrene Altadena Middle School
    Students: 1,086
    Grades: 6-814620 S. Desert Foothills Blvd
    PhoenixAZ 85048
    (480)541-6000

  • PhoenixKyrene Akimel A-al Middle School
    Students: 1,074
    Grades: 6-82720 East Liberty Lane
    PhoenixAZ 85048
    (481)541-5800

  • MesaNoah Webster Schools- Mesa Elementary SchoolCharter School
    Students: 1,070
    Grades: K-67301 E. Baseline Road
    MesaAZ 85209
    (480)986-2335

  • ChandlerSummit Academy
    Students: 1,067
    Grades: K-81560 W Summit Place
    ChandlerAZ 85224
    (480)472-3300

  • ChandlerLegacy Traditional Charter School - GilbertCharter School
    Students: 1,059
    Grades: K-82747 S. Recker Rd
    ChandlerAZ 85286
    (480)374-5390

  • LaveenTrailside Point Elementary School
    Students: 1,054
    Grades: K-87275 W. Vineyard Road
    LaveenAZ 85339
    (602)605-8540

  • PhoenixDesert Sands Middle School
    Students: 1,051
    Grades: 6-86308 W Campbell Avenue
    PhoenixAZ 85033
    (623)691-4000

  • TempeKyrene Middle School
    Students: 1,036
    Grades: 6-81050 East Carver Road
    TempeAZ 85284
    (480)541-6600

  • PhoenixKyrene Centennial Middle School
    Students: 1,030
    Grades: 6-813808 S. 36th Street
    PhoenixAZ 85044
    (480)541-6450

  • El MirageDysart Elementary School
    Students: 1,023
    Grades: PK-812950 W. Varney Road
    El MirageAZ 85335
    (623)876-7100

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