April 1, 2019

Results-Based Funding: A breakdown by legislative district of where dollars are going

Results-Based Funding provides additional dollars to Arizona’s best schools, with an emphasis on the top schools serving high poverty students. The policy incentivizes public schools – traditional, charter, and magnet – to grow their impact and serve more schools. A proposed expansion of the program will now include all “A”-rated schools as well as high poverty “B”-rated schools.

Let’s start by answering some common questions about Results-Based Funding:


Q: Does Results Funding mainly go to rich schools?

A: NO. In fact, as the chart below shows, 64% of the funds go to schools that serve students in poverty – low income, the working poor, and high poverty communities; another 16% of schools don’t report poverty; only 20% of dollars go to schools that have a low or no poverty rating.

Q: DOES MARICOPA COUNTY GET ALL OF THE MONEY?

A: NO. The distribution of dollars is relative to the population distribution in Arizona’s 15 counties. This was not planned, but it shows that every community has a population of schools serving students at a very high level.

Q: HOW DID SCHOOLS USE RESULTS FUNDING IN THE FIRST TWO YEARS?

A: Some of our highest achieving low-income schools were the first to use Results Funding to offer more high-quality seats to more students. For example, we saw schools expand to serve more students in areas such as Tucson and Maryvale.


So, what schools will be getting Results-Based monies under the new model? See below to get a comprehensive breakdown of how much Results-Based money went into each Legislative District (LD), how many students were served in Fiscal Year 2019, and how many schools will be getting Results-Based dollars under the new proposed model:

Legislative District 1 / Legislative District 2 / Legislative District 3

Legislative District 4 / Legislative District 5 / Legislative District 6

Legislative District 7 / Legislative District 8 / Legislative District 9

Legislative District 10 / Legislative District 11 / Legislative District 12

Legislative District 13 / Legislative District 14 / Legislative District 15

Legislative District 16 / Legislative District 17 / Legislative District 18

Legislative District 19 / Legislative District 20 / Legislative District 21

Legislative District 22 / Legislative District 23 / Legislative District 24

Legislative District 25 / Legislative District 26 / Legislative District 27

Legislative District 28 / Legislative District 29 / Legislative District 30


Legislative District 1

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.29 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD1 schools serving 4,630 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 10,750 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, ** denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Acorn Montessori School*
  • Congress Elementary School*
  • Abia Judd Elementary School**
  • Anthem School**
  • Arizona Agribusiness & Equine Center – Prescott Valley
  • Ash Fork Elementary School**
  • Ash Fork Middle School
  • BASIS Prescott
  • Canyon Springs
  • Desert Mountain School**
  • Diamond Canyon Elementary
  • Gavilian Peak Elementary
  • Great Hearts Academies – Anthem Prep
  • Prescott Valley School*
  • Liberty Traditional School**
  • Ridgeline Academy – A Challenge
  • Foundation Academy, Inc.
  • Skyview School
  • Sonoran Foothills
  • Sunset Ridge Elementary
  • Tri-City College Prep High School
  • Willow Creek Charter School
  • Kirkland Elementary School*
  • Canon School*
  • Lake Valley Elementary School*
  • Mayer Elementary School*
  • Mountain View Elementary School*

Legislative District 2

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.03 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD2 schools serving 2,500 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 10,800 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, ** denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Francisco Vasquez De Coronado Elementary School*
  • Mexicayotl Charter School*
  • Lincoln Elementary*
  • San Cayetano Elementary School*
  • Anza Trail Elementary
  • Borman Elementary**
  • Continental Elementary**
  • Vail Academy & High School
  • Future Investment Middle School*
  • Rivera Elementary*
  • Patagonia High School*
  • Little Red Schoolhouse*
  • Robert Bracker Elementary*
  • Van Buskirk Elementary*
  • Children Reaching for the Sky Preparatory*
  • Coatimundi Middle School*
  • Desert Shadows Middle School*
  • Los Amigos Elementary*
  • Los Ninos Elementary*
  • Mary Welty Elementary*
  • Mountain View School*
  • Nogales High School*

Legislative District 3


In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $839,500 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD3 schools serving 1,750 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 6,050 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Academy of Math and Science*
  • Carrillo Intermediate Magnet School*
  • Academy Adventures Primary School*
  • Highland Free School
  • Math and Success Academy**
  • Paulo Freire Freedom School – University
  • Elvira Elementary School*
  • John E. White Elementary School*
  • Flowing Wells High School*
  • Henry Hank Oyama*
  • Laura N. Banks Elementary*
  • Liberty Elementary School*
  • Mansfield Middle Magnet School*
  • Tolson Elementary School*

Legislative District 4

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $743,900 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD4 schools serving 2,470 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 12,800 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school): :

  • Desert View Elementary*
  • H.L. Suverkup Elementary School*
  • Wildflower Elementary*
  • Centerra Mirage STEM Academy*
  • Tierra Del Sol Elementary School*
  • BASIS Goodyear Primary
  • Desert Thunder**
  • Westar Elementary
  • Desert Sonora Elementary School*
  • Alice Byrne Elementary*
  • Arizona Desert Elementary School*
  • Cesar Chavez Elementary*
  • Ajo High School*
  • C.W. McGraw Elementary School*
  • Cibola High School*
  • Kiser Elementary School*
  • Orange Grove Elementary*
  • Pueblo Elementary*
  • Rainbow Valley Elementary School*
  • Valle Del Encanto Learning Center*
  • Palo Verde Elementary*

Legislative District 5

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.13 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD5 schools serving 940 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 12,800 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Cottonwood Elementary*
  • Havasupai Elementary School*
  • Manzanita Elementary*
  • Cedar Hills School*
  • Havasu Preparatory Academy**
  • Kingman Academy of Learning – Intermediate School
  • Kingman Academy of Learning – Middle School
  • Masada Charter School
  • Mohave Accelerated Elementary School East**
  • Starline Elementary School**
  • El Captain Public School*
  • Nautilus Elementary School*
  • Smoketree Elementary School*
  • Mt. Tipton Elementary School*
  • Yucca Elementary School*
  • Camp Mohave Elementary School*
  • Ehrenberg Elementary School*
  • Mohave Accelerated Elementary School*
  • Mohave Accelerated Learning Center*
  • Mohave Valley Junior High School*
  • Sunrise Elementary*
  • Wenden Elementary School*

Legislative District 6

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $286,000 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD6 schools serving 875 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 5,930 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Pine Strawberry Elementary School*
  • Tonto Basin Elementary School*
  • BASIS Flagstaff
  • Big Park Community School**
  • Capps Elementary School**
  • Charles W. Sechrist Elementary School
  • Grand Canyon High School**
  • Haven Montessori Charter School
  • Joseph City Elementary School**
  • Mountain School
  • Northland Preparatory Academy
  • Snowflake High School**
  • Snowflake Intermediate School**
  • Snowflake Junior High School**
  • Taylor Intermediate School**
  • American Heritage Academy – Camp Verde*
  • Grand Canyon Elementary*
  • Heritage Elementary – Williams*
  • Lura Kinsey Elementary School*
  • Maine Consolidated School*
  • Williams Elementary/Middle School*

Legislative District 7

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $12,400 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD2 schools serving 61 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 3,315 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • St. Johns Middle School*
  • Fredonia Elementary School*
  • Alpine Elementary School
  • Round Valley High School**
  • St. Johns High School**
  • Chinle Elementary School*
  • Vernon Elementary School*
  • Bonnie Brennan School*
  • Concho Elementary School*
  • Nikolaus Homestead Elementary School*
  • Red Mesa Junior High School*
  • Tsaile Elementary School*

Legislative District 8

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $166,535 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD8 schools serving 400 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 4,500 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Destiny School*
  • Mary C. O’Brien Elementary School*
  • American Leadership Academy San Tan
  • American Leadership Academy Anthem South Campus
  • Legacy Traditional School – Casa Grande
  • Desert Willow Elementary School*
  • John F. Kennedy School*
  • Mammoth Elementary School*
  • McCartney Ranch Elementary School*
  • San Tan Heights Elementary*

Legislative District 9

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $2.3 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD9 schools serving 8,950 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 13,100 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Montessori Schoolhouse
  • Presidio School*
  • BASIS Tucson North
  • Canyon View Elementary School
  • Catalina Foothills High School
  • Fruchthendler Elementary School**
  • Khalsa School
  • Lawrence W. Cross Middle School**
  • Mesa Verde Elementary School**
  • Orange Grove Middle School
  • Robert Richardson Elementary School**
  • Satori Charter School**
  • Sonoran Science Academy – Tucson**
  • Sunset Drive Elementary School
  • Ventana Vista Elementary School
  • Winifred Harelson Elementary School
  • J. Robert Hendricks Elementary School*
  • Homer Davis Elementary School*
  • Rio Vista Elementary School*
  • Centennial Elementary School*
  • Davidson Elementary School*
  • Flowing Wells Junior High School*
  • John B. Wright Elementary School*
  • Legacy Traditional School – Northwest Tucson

Legislative District 10

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $884,000 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD10 schools serving 3,650 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 9,300 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Academy of Tucson High School
  • Academy of Tucson Middle School
  • W. Arthur Sewell Elementary School*
  • Bloom Elementary*
  • BASIS Tucson Primary
  • Desert Springs Academy
  • Gale Elementary School**
  • Hermosa Montessori Charter
  • Rincon Vista Middle School**
  • Sabino High School
  • Sonoran Science Academy – Broadway
  • Sam Hughes Elementary**
  • Senita Valley Elementary School
  • Soleng Tom Elementary School**
  • Tanque Verde High School
  • University High School
  • Bonillas Elementary Magnet School*
  • La Paloma Academy*
  • La Paloma Academy (Lakeside)*
  • Marshall Elementary School*

Legislative District 11

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $377,600 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD11 schools serving 1,675 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 8,200 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Accelerated Learning Laboratory
  • Maricopa Elementary School*
  • Painted Sky Elementary School
  • BASIS Oro Valley
  • BASIS Oro Valley Primary
  • Butterfield Elementary School**
  • Coyote Trail Elementary School**
  • Pima Butte Elementary School**
  • Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary**
  • Richard B. Wilson Jr. School
  • The Innovation Academy
  • Twin Peaks Academy**
  • Legacy Traditional School – Maricopa
  • Gladden Farms Elementary**

Legislative District 12

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $2.9 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD12 schools serving 13,400 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 43,050 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • American Leadership Academy
  • ALA – Signal Butte
  • ALA – Higley
  • Bail Charter Schools (Val Vista)
  • Benjamin Franklin Charter – Gilbert
  • Benjamin Franklin Charter – Power
  • Benjamin Franklin High School
  • Learning Foundation and Performing Arts Warner
  • Challenger Basic School**
  • Chandler Traditional Academy – Freedom
  • Charlotte Patterson Elementary**
  • Dr. Gary and Annette Auxier Elementary School
  • Perry High School
  • Riggs Elementary**
  • Weinberg Elementary School
  • Willie & Coy Payne Jr. High
  • Eduprize School
  • Eduprize School – Gilbert
  • Ashland Elementary
  • Buck Elementary School
  • Campo Verde High School**
  • Carol Rae Ranch Elementary**
  • Gilbert Classical High School
  • Cambridge Academy East
  • Legacy Traditional School – Gilbert
  • Imagine West Gilbert Elementary
  • Gilbert Classical Academy Jr.
  • Greenfield Elementary School
  • Highland Park Elementary
  • Mesquite Elementary School
  • Neely Traditional School
  • Pioneer Elementary School
  • Quartz Hill Elementary**
  • Sonoma Ranch Elementary School**
  • South Valley Jr. High**
  • Spectrum Elementary**
  • Val Vista Lakes Elementary School**
  • Bridges Elementary School
  • Chaparral Elementary School**
  • Cortina Elementary
  • Gateway Pointe Elementary**
  • Higley High School**
  • Higley Traditional Academy
  • Power Ranch Elementary**
  • San Tan Elementary**
  • Williams Field High School
  • Gilbert Arts Academy**
  • Desert Mountain Elementary**
  • Frances Brandon-Pickett Elementary
  • Jack Barnes Elementary School**
  • Newell Barney Middle School**
  • Queen Creek Elementary School
  • Queen Creek High School
  • Great Hearts – Archway Arete

Legislative District 13

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.29 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD13 schools serving 3,580 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 13,670 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Dreaming Summit Elementary**
  • Desert Mesa Elementary School*
  • Gary A. Knox Elementary School*
  • Festival Foothills Elementary School**
  • Great Hearts Academies – Archway Trivium East
  • Great Hearts Academies – Archway Trivium West
  • Great Hearts Academies – Trivium Prep
  • Litchfield Elementary School**
  • Mable Padgett Elementary School**
  • Palm Valley Elementary**
  • Tonopah Valley High School*
  • Ruth Fisher Elementary School*
  • Rancho Santa Fe Elementary School**
  • Scott Libby Elementary School**
  • Sunrise Elementary School**
  • The Odyssey Preparatory Academy Goodyear
  • Verrado Heritage Elementary School**
  • Dateland Elementary School
  • James B. Rolle School*
  • Aguila Elementary School*
  • Hassayampa Elementary School*
  • Mohawk Valley School*
  • Morristown Elementary School
  • Nadaburg Elementary School*
  • Mesquite Elementary**

Legislative District 14

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.88 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD14 schools serving 5,965 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 14,450 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Douglas High School*
  • Acacia Elementary School**
  • Andrada Polytechnic High School**
  • Benson High School**
  • Benson Middle School**
  • Copper Ridge Elementary
  • Corona Foothills Middle School**
  • Clawson School*
  • Cottonwood Elementary School**
  • Desert Willow Elementary**
  • Empire High School
  • Esmond Station School
  • General Myer Elementary School**
  • Huachuca Mountain Elementary**
  • Pomerene Elementary School**
  • Pueblo Del Sol Elementary**
  • Ruth Powell Elementary School**
  • St. David High School**
  • Sycamore Elementary School**
  • Thatcher High School**
  • Willcox Elementary School*
  • Solomon Elementary School*
  • Elfrida Elementary School*
  • Joe Carlson*
  • Pearce Elementary School*
  • San Simon School*
  • Stevenson Elementary School*
  • Old Vail Middle School**
  • Ocotillo Ridge Elementary
  • Mesquite Elementary School**

Legislative District 15

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $2.4 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD15 schools serving 11,370 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 18,900 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Adams Traditional Academy
  • Benchmark School
  • Boulder Creek Elementary School
  • Copper Canyon Elementary
  • Desert Sage Elementary School**
  • Desert Shadows Middle School
  • Desert Trails Elementary School
  • Desert Willow Elementary School
  • Explorer Middle School
  • Horizon High School
  • Horseshoe Trails Elementary School
  • Las Brisas Elementary School
  • Fireside Elementary School
  • Lone Mountain Elementary School
  • North Ranch Elementary School
  • Park Meadows Elementary School**
  • Paseo Hills Elementary**
  • Reid Traditional Schools Valley Academy
  • Sonoran Trails Middle School
  • Stetson Hills Elementary
  • Whispering Wind Academy**
  • Wildfire Elementary School
  • Quail Run Elementary School
  • Sandpiper Elementary School
  • Desert Springs Preparatory Elementary School

Legislative District 16

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $970,000 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD16 schools serving 3,400 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 6,500 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Taft Elementary School*
  • ALA Mesa
  • ASU Prep-Polytechnic Elementary
  • BASIS Mesa
  • Brinton Elementary**
  • Legacy Traditional School – Queen Creek
  • ASU Prep – Polytechnic High School
  • Canyon Rim Elementary**
  • Mesa Academy for Advanced Studies
  • Ranch Elementary School**
  • Avalon Elementary *
  • Jefferson Elementary School*
  • Liberty Arts Academy*

Legislative District 17

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $2.86 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD17 schools serving 12,300 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 28,300 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Anna Marie Jacobson Elementary
  • Arizona College Prep Erie
  • Arizona College Prep Oakland
  • Audrey & Robert Ryan Elementary
  • Basha Elementary
  • Basha High School
  • BASIS Chandler
  • BASIS Chandler Primary – North
  • BASIS Chandler Primary – South
  • Bright Beginnings School #1
  • Dobson Academy**
  • Haley Elementary
  • Chandler Traditional Academy – Independence
  • Chandler Traditional Academy – Humphrey**
  • Great Hearts Academies – Archway Chandler
  • Great Hearts Academies- Archway Lincoln
  • Great Hearts Academies – Chandler Prep
  • Great Hearts Academies – Lincoln Prep
  • Hamilton High School
  • Ira A Fulton Elementary
  • Islands Elementary School**
  • John & Carol Carlson Elementary
  • Knox Gifted Academy
  • Legacy Traditional School – Chandler
  • Legacy Traditional School – North Chandler
  • Montessori Day Schools – Tempe
  • Navarrete Elementary
  • Playa del Rey Elementary School**
  • Robert and Danell Tarwater Elementary
  • Santan Elementary
  • T. Dale Hancock Elementary**
  • Hartford Sylvia Encinas Elementary*
  • Rudy G Bologna Elementary*
  • Willis Junior High School*
  • Chandler Traditional Academy – Liberty Campus

Legislative District 18

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $2.5 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD18 schools serving 11,200 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 22,700 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Kyrene de la Paloma School
  • BASIS Ahwatukee
  • C I Waggoner School**
  • Center for Educational Excellence
  • Chandler Traditional Academy – Goodman
  • Corona Del Sol High School
  • Desert Vista High School
  • Fuller Elementary School**
  • Horizon Honors Elementary
  • Horizon Honors Secondary School
  • Keystone Montessori Charter School
  • Kyrene Altadena Middle School
  • Kyrene Aprende Middle School**
  • Kyrene de los Ninos School*
  • Kyrene de la Colina School**
  • Kyrene de la Estrella Elementary School
  • Kyrene de la Mirada School**
  • Kyrene de la Sierra School
  • Kyrene de las Brisas School**
  • Kyrene de los Cerritos School
  • Kyrene De Los Lagos School**
  • Kyrene del Cielo School
  • Kyrene del Pueblo Middle School**
  • Kyrene Monte Vista School
  • Summit Academy**
  • Paragon Science Academy**
  • Ward Traditional Academy**
  • Washington Elementary School*
  • Aguilar School*

Legislative District 19

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.19 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD19 schools serving 3,100 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 7,050 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Maricopa Institute of Technology (MIT)*
  • AAEC – Estrella High School
  • University High School (Tolleson)
  • South Ridge High School*
  • Arizona Desert Elementary School*
  • Imagine Avondale Elementary*
  • Maricopa Institute of Technology (MIT)*
  • Jack L Kuban Elementary School*
  • Michael Anderson Elementary*
  • Quentin Elementary School*
  • Rio Vista Elementary*
  • Sunridge Elementary School*
  • Western Valley Elementary School*

Legislative District 20

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.57 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD20 schools serving 5,100 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 20,900 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Constitution Elementary School*
  • Village Meadows Elementary*
  • Acacia Elementary School*
  • Ethos Academy – A Challenge Foundation Academy*
  • Tumbleweed Elementary School*
  • Abraham Lincoln Traditional School**
  • Copperwood School**
  • Greenway High School**
  • Hearn Academy Charter School**
  • Ironwood High School**
  • Legacy Traditional School – Glendale
  • Lookout Mountain School**
  • Reid Traditional Schools Painted Rock Academy
  • Ironwood Elementary School*
  • Lakeview Elementary School*
  • Mountain Sky Middle School*
  • Thunderbird High School**
  • Kachina Elementary School*
  • Sunburst School*
  • Arizona Conservation for Arts and Academics Middle School*
  • Sahuaro School*
  • Imagine Bell Canyon*
  • Sweetwater School*
  • Aire Libre Elementary School*
  • Arizona Conservatory for Arts and Academics Elementary School*
  • Arroyo Elementary School*
  • Cactus View Elementary School*
  • Cactus Wren Elementary School*
  • Cholla Middle School*
  • Desert Foothills Middle School*
  • Horizon School*
  • Pioneer Elementary School*

Legislative District 21

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $944,500 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD21 schools serving 2,500 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 20,900 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Arizona Charter Academy*
  • Apache Elementary School**
  • Centennial High School**
  • Desert Harbor Elementary School**
  • Imagine Rosefield Elementary**
  • Legacy Traditional School – Surprise
  • Oakwood Elementary School**
  • Rancho Gabriela Elementary**
  • Dysart Elementary School*
  • Santa Fe Elementary School*
  • El Mirage Prep*
  • Alta Loma Elementary School*
  • Cheyenne Elementary School*
  • Copper Canyon Academy*
  • Cotton Boll Elementary School*
  • Country Meadows Elementary School*
  • Dysart High School*
  • Ira A Murphy Elementary*
  • Peoria High School*
  • Oasis Elementary School**
  • Sundance Elementary School*

Legislative District 22

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $2.35 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD22 schools serving 10,350 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 28,200 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Arrowhead Elementary School**
  • BASIS Peoria
  • BASIS Peoria Primary
  • Candeo Peoria
  • Canyon Ridge School**
  • Challenge Charter School**
  • Cimarron Springs Elementary**
  • Copper Creek Elementary
  • Coyote Hills Elementary
  • Frontier Elementary School
  • Great Hearts Academies – Archway Glendale
  • Great Hearts Academies – Glendale Prep
  • Greenbrier Elementary School**
  • Highland Lakes School**
  • Vistancia Elementary
  • West Wing Elementary
  • Highland Prep**
  • Highland Prep
  • Hillcrest Middle School
  • Kingswood Elementary School*
  • Lake Pleasant Elementary
  • Legacy Traditional School – Peoria
  • Legend Springs Elementary
  • Liberty High School
  • Mountain Ridge High School
  • Paradise Honors High School
  • Paradise Education Center
  • Parkridge Elementary**
  • Peoria Traditional School
  • Sierra Verde Elementary
  • Sunrise Mountain High School
  • Sunset Heights Elementary School
  • Terramar Elementary
  • Happy Valley School

Legislative District 23

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $2.3 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD23 schools serving 10,000 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 20,700 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Anasazi Elementary
  • BASIS Scottsdale
  • Cactus Shadows High School
  • Chaparral High School
  • Cheyenne Traditional School
  • Cochise Elementary School
  • Cocopah Middle School
  • Copper Ridge School
  • Desert Canyon Elementary
  • Desert Mountain High School
  • Foothills Academy
  • Fountain Hills High School
  • Saquoya Elementary School
  • Hopi Elementary School
  • Grayhawk Elementary School
  • Great Hearts Academies – Archway Scottsdale
  • Great Hearts Academies – Scottsdale Prep
  • Laguna Elementary School
  • Mission Montessori Academy
  • Mountainside Middle School
  • Pima Elementary School**
  • Pinnacle Peak Preparatory
  • Pueblo Elementary School
  • Redfield Elementary School
  • Saguaro High School**
  • Sonoran Sky Elementary

Legislative District 24

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.4 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD24 schools serving 4,650 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 7,200 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Franklin Police and Fire High School*
  • Phoenix Union Bioscience High School*
  • Arizona School for the Arts
  • ASU Preparatory Academy – Phoenix High School**
  • BASIS Phoenix Central Primary
  • Khalsa Montessori Elementary School
  • Madison Highland Prep**
  • Hohokam Traditional School*
  • Phoenix Coding Academy*
  • ASU Prep – Phoenix Elementary*
  • Clarendon School*
  • Longview Elementary School*
  • Madison Park School*
  • Osborn Middle School*
  • Solano School*
  • Whittier Elementary School*

Legislative District 25

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.45 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD25 schools serving 6,130 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 14,400 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Wilson Elementary School*
  • AAEC-Red Mountain
  • Entz Elementary School
  • Franklin at Brimhall Elementary**
  • Franklin Junior High School**
  • Hale Elementary School**
  • Hermosa Vista Elementary School**
  • Ishikawa Elementary School**
  • Las Sendas Elementary School
  • MacArthur Elementary School**
  • Mendoza Elementary School**
  • Montessori Education Center Charter – Mesa
  • Entz Elementary School**
  • Montessori Education Centre Charter – North Campus
  • Red Mountain Ranch Elementary**
  • Self Development Charter School
  • Zaharis Elementary
  • Irving Elementary School*
  • Pathfinder Academy*
  • Eisenhower Center for Innovation*
  • Emerson Elementary School*
  • Field Elementary School*
  • Harris Elementary School*
  • Learning Foundation*
  • Madison Elementary School*
  • Robson Elementary School*
  • Pathfinder Academy**

Legislative District 26

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $694,000 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD26 schools serving 2,360 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 9,200 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Burke Basic School*
  • Concordia Charter School*
  • Broadmor Elementary School**
  • Franklin East Elementary School**
  • Franklin West Elementary School**
  • Great Hearts Academies – Archway Cicero
  • Great Hearts Academies – Cicero Prep
  • Tempe High School*
  • Heritage Academy
  • Tempe Preparatory Academy
  • Arredondo Elementary School*
  • Carminati School*
  • Curry Elementary School*
  • Laird Elementary School*
  • Lincoln Elementary School*
  • Lowell Elementary School*
  • Mesa Arts Academy

Legislative District 27

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $307,000 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD27 schools serving 1,060 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 6,100 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Vista College Preparatory*
  • Reyes Maria Ruiz Leadership Academy*
  • Vista del Sur Accelerated Elementary**
  • AIM Higher College Prep Academy*
  • David Crockett Elementary School*
  • Desert Meadows Elementary*
  • Sun Valley Charter School
  • Frank Elementary School*
  • Laveen Elementary School*
  • Mary McLeod Bethune School*
  • Phoenix Collegiate Academy Charter School*
  • Rogers Ranch School*
  • Trailside Point Performing Arts Academy*

Legislative District 28

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $1.63 million additional Results-Based dollars went into LD28 schools serving 6,550 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 12,300 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Tavan Elementary School*
  • BASIS Phoenix
  • Cherokee Elementary School
  • Great Hearts Academies – Archway Veritas
  • Great Hearts Academies – North Phoenix Prep
  • Great Hearts Academies – Veritas Prep
  • Hidden Hills Elementary School**
  • Kiva Elementary School
  • Madison Heights Elementary School**
  • Madison Meadows School**
  • Madison Richard Simis School
  • Madison Traditional Academy
  • Montessori Academy
  • Scottsdale Country School
  • Sunnyslope High School**
  • Mission Montessori Academy
  • Villa Montessori – Phoenix Campus
  • Franklin Phonetic Primary School – Sunnyslope*
  • Sage Academy*
  • New World Educational Center*
  • Moon Mountain School*
  • AAEC – Paradise Valley
  • Freedom Academy North

Legislative District 29

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $324,200 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD29 schools serving 960 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 15,550 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Independence High School*
  • Barbara B Robey Elementary School**
  • Crown Charter School
  • Heritage Elementary School**
  • Glendale High School*
  • Pensar Academy*
  • EAGLE College Prep Maryvale*
  • Heatherbrae Elementary School*
  • Sunset Elementary School*
  • Westwind Elementary School*
  • Sunset School*
  • Sunset Vista Elementary*
  • ACCLAIM Academy*
  • Camelback Academy*
  • Coyote Ridge Academy*
  • Desert Spirit Elementary*
  • Discovery School*
  • Glenview College Preparatory High School*
  • Holiday Park Elementary School*
  • Luke Elementary School*
  • Tomahawk Elementary School*

Legislative District 30

In Fiscal Year 2019, a total of $260,900 additional Results-Based dollars went into LD30 schools serving 940 students. Under the proposed expansion, the following “A”-rated and high-poverty “B”-rated schools serving 12,100 students would receive Results-Based Funding in Fiscal Year 2020 (*denotes a high poverty school, **denotes mid-poverty school):

  • Washington High School*
  • Alhambra High School*
  • Apollo High School*
  • Magnet Traditional School*
  • Cortez High School*
  • All Aboard Charter School*
  • Capitol Elementary School*
  • Academy of Mathematics and Science South*
  • Metro Tech High School*
  • Catalina Ventura School*
  • Empower Collegiate Academy*
  • Esperanza Elementary School*
  • Glendale Landmark School*
  • Glenn F Burton School*
  • Imagine Cortez Park*
  • Manzanita Elementary*