Sabino High School is nestled in north Pima County along the Santa Catalina mountains. The campus has the feel of a college preparatory school, with a full complement of Advanced Placement (AP) classes. Sabino has garnered a National Blue Ribbon Award.
Advanced Placement classes allow students to test for college credit upon completion of the course. Sabino High School offers 17 AP classes including, World History, US History, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Biology and Chemistry, among others. The Career and Technical Education department offers Graphic Design, Digital Communications, Software Development, Sports Medicine and Digital Photography.
In addition to high expectations for academics, many students select Sabino because of its outstanding athletics program. In addition, there are more than thirty clubs for students to join, from language to dance to politics.
Sabino offers Freshman Summer Academy (Jump Start) for free for all incoming freshmen (won't be offered this summer 2020), focusing on academic success and social orientation. Students earn .5 credits for electives for participating in the Academy and begin their high school career with confidence.