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home of the Caballeros!

Welcome to the website of the Caballeros. Please browse through this site to find information about our staff and programs. We’re proud of our school’s athletic programs and the clubs we offer. Look through our Helpful Links page to find some educational websites for parents, teachers, and students. 

Enjoy your visit, and feel free to contact us whenever you’d like.

Arizona Education FoundationIn celebration of our many successes and outstanding performance, Flowing Wells High School received the 2012-2013 A+ School of Excellence Award by the Arizona Educational Foundation.

US News Best High Schools Silver Award logoU.S. News and World Report recently ranked Flowing Wells High School as a Silver Award Winner in their 2013 Best Schools in America report. This award is based on advanced placement test scores along with AIMS scores. For additional information, please read the full article.

AdvantageEd Accreditation LogoAdvancED, an international accreditation agency accredited Flowing Wells Unified School District. Our district was one of three districts statewide to receive this honor.

A Message from our Principal

Dear Parents and Students,

Welcome, Caballeros! I'm feel extremely privileged to serve this community as school principal. 

At Flowing Wells High School, we focus on the three R’s: the Rigor of the curriculum, the Relevance of the learning, and the Relationships with the students.

  • Rigor: We have increased the participation in honors and Advanced Placement (AP) classes, with over 40% of our students enrolled in at least one of the courses. Four years ago we offered three AP classes; now we offer fifteen sections. However, our teachers have incorporated higher-level of thinking activities in all classes. Flowing Wells’ students consistently score higher on the AIMS test than students at high schools with similar demographics. We increased our Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) reading score by 16 points and our math score by 39%!
  • Relevance: We recognize that 21st century learners don’t learn the way their parents did. Who would have predicted 16 years ago that our children would have cell phones with cameras, IPods with portable music, the ability to send and receive text messages, PSP gaming systems, hand-held GPS, or blogs, Wiki’s, Facebook, and Twitter? In addition, we are fortunate to have an increasingly diverse student population, with students who have differing cultural backgrounds and experiences. Students have changed, and we will work on changing the way we teach to better help them learn by effectively incorporating technology, prior learning, and personal experiences into our instruction.
  • Relationships: Research indicates that without building strong relationships with students, rigor and relevance is ineffective because learning will not occur. According to the International Learning Center, 60% of seniors are ready for college if they felt supported by teachers; only 15% of those who felt unsupported are ready for college.

Our community climate fosters trust, where students feel secure in discussing academic and personal concerns with teachers and staff. Teachers know what their students’ passions are and what they love to do outside of school. Our teachers attend sporting events, are involved in extra-curricular activities, and support the fine arts. Our staff cares about all of our students, and we appreciate the support of the Flowing Wells community. Go CABS!

Principal with studentsSincerely,

Jim Brunenkant

What's New
FW Fit Feet Challenge

FW is improving fitness one step at a time. Submit distances beyond your normal school day online, and you could be eligible for prizes. 

Bus Schedules

If you are planning to utilize bus transportation this year, please take a moment to view our 2014-2015 bus schedules.

Nutrition Newsletter

Parents, please read the latest nutrition tips and news in Southwest Food Services' parent newsletter on the District Food Service page.

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