WELCOME TO FOOTHILLS ACADEMY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Foothills Academy College Preparatory is recognized as one of the premier charter schools in Arizona. Serving grades K–12, Foothills Academy is celebrating over 20 years and has attained 9 years of above average and/or “Excelling” years of performance designation by the Arizona Department of Education’s rating. As a charter school, Foothills Academy is TUITION FREE and over 95% of our graduates pursue college degrees.

Foothills Academy College Prep’s award-winning campus celebrates the desert environment in which we live through energy efficiency, xeriscaping, and architectural integration. One might say that going to school at Foothills Academy is going to school “in” a sustainable science experiment!

ADMISSIONS

Foothills Academy is an Arizona Department of Education designated “Excelling” school 8 years running, a No. 10 rated Great School, a US News and World Report “Bronze Medal” Award winner, and an Arizona Republic Top 10 Valley Charter School.

WHY CHOOSE FOOTHILLS ACADEMY

Amazing Teachers

Tuition Free

95% of Graduates Pursue College

ACADEMICS

New and veteran students alike feel at home at Foothills Academy College Preparatory. We take academics seriously, and our students appreciate a dedicated faculty and staff who strive to know each student along with their individual strengths and challenges.

VISIT US FOR A PERSONAL TOUR

Foothills Academy College Prep
7191 East Ashler Hills Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85266
Phone: 480-292-9819
Fax: 480-306-5380

STUDENT LIFE

Foothills Academy offers a wide range of programs for students of all ages, with varying interests. Whether you enjoy athletics, student council, or after school clubs, there’s plenty of opportunity to get involved.

FAMILY RESOURCES

Visit our Resources page to learn more about our campuses, parent teacher organization, the handbook, and other important information.

THE FOOTHILLS ACADEMY STEAM CHALLENGE

The National Math and Science initiative reports that the United States is losing its competitive edge in math and science while the rest of the world soars ahead. Our knowledge capital, which fuels innovation and economic growth, is at risk.  Twenty-five years ago, the U.S. led the world in high school and college graduation rates. READ MORE