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Plan For Success

Calabasas students are at a critical time in their education. The experiences they have during these middle school years will help to determine the success they will experience in high school and beyond. Creating good habits is critical, and finding the right resources can sometimes be a daunting task. So please use the information on this page to help you succeed in school and achieve your goals.

Guidance Counselors and Staff

Our guidance counselor is available to help students move forward with their academic and personal goals. Feel free to discuss your questions or concerns, and let us help you plan for a very successful future.

Claudia Tolano, Counselor
(520) 375-8611


As required by state and federal law, each spring we administer the AIMS test to all students in the sixth through eighth grades. Arizona’s Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) is a standards-based assessment measuring student proficiency in writing, reading, mathematics, and science. Students will receive a report classifying them in one of four performance levels: exceeds the standard, meets the standard, approaches the standard, or falls far below the standard.

Scholarship Ops

There are numerous opportunities for young students to earn scholarships, beginning as early as kindergarten. We have provided a few links to information at the side of this page, but you can also search the web and find the perfect connection to your child’s strengths. Be sure to take advantage of less competition at this younger age. Just a few minutes on the internet may lead to thousands of dollars!

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High School and Beyond

It’s never too early to start preparing and planning for your child’s college education! Check out these sites for important timelines and checklists. Your child can also get a head start preparing for these very important college entrance exams.

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Governor Ducey and Superintendent Hoffman announced the extended closure of Arizona schools until the end of the 2019–2020 school year as a necessary step in stopping the spread of COVID-19.

Although all school sites and activities will remain closed through the end of the school year, the at-home learning opportunities which have been communicated by your student's school will continue as planned. 

Meal services for students will also continue throughout the remainder of the school year.