The Glendale Union High School District provides support services for students with disabilities at all nine high schools. Services provided are established through the student's Individual Educational Program or IEP and must be in compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act or IDEA. Services range from tutorial assistance for one hour per day to full day self-contained settings. Related services are also provided.
If you would like more information regarding special education in the Glendale Union High School District, please contact your local school office.
Arizona Department of Education Academic State Standards
Glendale Union High School District #205
7650 N. 43rd Avenue
Glendale, Arizona, 85301
Pursuant to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 2004, each school district is responsible for identifying, evaluating, and providing service for all public, private or home-schooled children with disabilities. If your child attends a private school or is home-schooled and you feel that your child may need to be screened for a possible disability, you should contact the GUHSD Office of Special Education at 623-435-6089. You may also refer your child for screening by contacting the school psychologist at the public school your child would attend if he/she attended public school. All public school students are screened within 6 weeks of the date of enrollment in the public school. The Arizona Department of Education website also gives further information regarding the identification of children with disabilities at ade.az.gov/ESS/ChildFind.