Cheyenne Traditional School is located in the Scottsdale Unified School District at 13636 N. 100th street. This K-8 school was established in response to the community desire to have a “back to basics” school. Principal Grace Stombres says that at Cheyenne, “learning and maximum class time go hand in hand. Each class is teacher directed, yet student focused. Cheyenne is a school of choice. Priority is given to the fundamental tools of learning in the core academic areas of phonics, reading, grammar, spelling and writing, math, history, geography and science. Students will be given the opportunities to apply those skills in meaningful, reinforcing ways.” Cheyenne Traditional is an A rated school and receives a 10/10 on greatschools.org.
Cheyenne utilizes the Spaulding Method for reading/phonics and Saxon Math. In addition, Cheyenne offers band/strings, music, choir, art, physical education, and technology. There are many offerings for children to get involved after school as well. Cross Country, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Flag Football and Track and Field.
Cheyenne Traditional School has a very active Parent Teacher Organization. Through their fundraising efforts, they have supported such programs and events as 5th and 6th grade Colonial and Greek days, field days, Not My Kid Program, Odyssey of the Mind, Harvest Festival, Golf Tournament, Campus Beautification, Green Committee, Smart Boards and much more.
Check out the Scottsdale Unified School District Boundary Map to find other schools in the area.
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