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DEEP LEARNING


 Using Chess As A Tool for Learning

Chess Team 2021

While Foothills Chess has a long tradition of being among the strongest high school programs in the nation, it's not about conquering the competition. As student Pranav Iyer explains: “(It's) being able to react to unexpected situations quickly and being able to come up with solutions,” said Iyer. “I think that’s a really valuable skill to have.”
“It also teaches humility,” said CFHS chess coach, Robby Adamson. “You don’t get better without making a lot of mistakes.”

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Foothills Grad Leads UA Formula Racing Club



 

Carlton  

For the last 3 months, Foothills grad Carlton Louie '19 has served as the President of Wildcat Formula Racing. Wildcat Formula Racing (WFR) is a leading engineering club at the University of Arizona which designs, constructs, and competes a formula race car every year.

"I have been spearheading an effort to restructure the team and to promote a positive and inclusive work environment for all of our team members," says Carlton. "This year we are looking to dramatically overall the design of our car and to break into the top tear of FSAE teams in Michigan this coming summer."

Carlton2.jpgWe remember when Carlton built robots in CFSD FIRST Lego League. We're exhilarated to see his interest in mechanical engineering zooming forward.

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OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS

  CFHS Science Olympiad team wins state championship.

 

  Four CFHS students are National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars.

  Three CFHS students are National African American Recognition Program Scholars.

 CFHS swept both the AIA Division II high school boys and girls tennis state championships on May 8.

 All four of our middle school orchestras, representing both Esperero and Orange Grove, earned an Excellent rating or higher at the Arizona Music Education Association's all-state competition.

 CFHS Studio Art students won Gold and Silver at the Southwest Region of the National Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.

 CFHS senior has been selected for the Flinn Scholars Class of 2021.

 Nine (9) CFHS science students were accepted into the University of Arizona's S.T.A.R. Lab program.

 The CFHS boys basketball team captured the state title in their first season in the 5A division.

 Three CFHS graduates received college-sponsored National Merit Scholarships. 

  Math League students placed in the U.S. Top 25 in Division 5 at the virtual Math League National Championships.

 

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What is the District’s Open Enrollment Program?

Open enrollment is a state law that allows students to attend schools outside of their resident school if the receiving school has the capacity to accept them. CFSD residents who wish to attend a school other than their home area school must apply under the open enrollment program as well as non-resident families.

 

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