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Dear Tolleson Union High School parents/guardians: for information regarding transcript requests, enrollments, or withdrawals, please contact our school registrar, Kathryn Torres. Thank you. 

For notification letters regarding meal benefits, please contact Kimberly Luvisi.

Welcome to the online home of Tolleson Union High School. We’re happy you’re here. Located in Tolleson, Arizona, we’re a part of the Tolleson Union School District. Our school delivers top-notch education and with the help of our supportive community, highly qualified teachers, and exceptional students, we have a school we’re proud of. 

We hope you take a moment to browse our site and learn more about us. We think you’ll like what you see. If you have any questions or would like to tour our campus, please let us know. We are always happy to serve you!

2022–2023 Freshman Enrollment

Information regarding freshman enrollment for the 2022–2023 school year is now available. Please see the freshman enrollment flyer for more information.

A Message from Superintendent Nora Gutierrez

April 2023 Superintendent Message:

Dear Tolleson Union High School District Community,

April is the second to last month of the 2022–2023 school year. The second month of spring leads us towards the culmination of the school year next month… graduation! Our own high school spring sports teams are providing great experiences for our student athletes to compete.

Academically, there is a lot happening. The month of April brings testing and assessments, which means that our students have the opportunity to show all that they have learned. We ask parents to support their students by ensuring they get plenty of rest, have a healthy breakfast, are prepared, and do their very best.

It’s been quite a year so far. The dedication of our teaching staff to encourage and support our students to do the best they possibly can in school. Our coaches, who always seem to motivate our student athletes to achieve more than they thought they possibly could. Our support staff, paraprofessionals, security, cafeteria workers, bus drivers and custodians, who all have a hand in the success of our student body. It takes all of us working together with a united focus on student academic achievement to keep all of the schools in the Tolleson Union High School District functioning at a high level. As superintendent, I can assure you that I am extremely proud of everything we have accomplished together at TUHSD.

With that said, I would like the community to know that I tendered my resignation recently. I will be leaving the district that I have grown to know and love over the last seven years. As I embark on my retirement, I can honestly say that it has been an incredible journey. I have talked about the hidden gems that were always in our community and just needed to be polished off so that they could shine, and shine they did! From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank this amazingly supportive community for supporting me and the district. From bonds and overrides to brand new performing arts centers and new campus facilities, and through the dark days of the pandemic, we worked together in the best interests of our students, staff, and community. We are so proud of the important role we have in educating your children, and we appreciate your trust in us. It has been my pleasure and honor to serve you in the capacity of superintendent. I will always have a special place in my heart for the Tolleson Union High School District!

And with that, I want to share with you just a couple of the hidden gems that we uncovered this month.  

Members of the West Point High School baseball and softball teams, along with their coaches, were recently the special guests of the Chicago White Sox at their spring training facility. White Sox personnel gave the West Point students a behind-the-scenes look at what encompasses a major league sports team. Students met many of the employees throughout the day, including media, marketing, and videography personnel. The White Sox staff shared their educational journey of what it is like working for a major league baseball team. The students got an up-close look at practice and warm-ups prior to a game, including on-the-field access to meet many of the players. What a great experience for our students at West Point!

Recently, Dick’s Sporting Goods presented Copper Canyon High School with a check for $10,000 to purchase sports supplies to supplement their athletic programs. This marks the second year in a row that Dick’s Sporting Goods has made this check presentation to Copper Canyon High. The school has previously used the funds to assist with athletic programs such as boys/girls tennis, track and field, softball, baseball, cross country, and boys/girls golf. Congratulations Copper Canyon!

Important dates to note for the month of April:

  • Cesar Chavez Holiday (Observed): Friday, April 7 (No School)
  • Spring Recess: Monday, April 10 (No School)

Just a reminder to check out our district website, our Facebook page and Twitter feed for the latest TUHSD information.


Nora Gutierrez

Nora Gutierrez