Borton Magnet Elementary School at a Glance

Borton K-5 Magnet is Project-Based Learning and Systems-Thinking Magnet School.  It is Nationally Certified by the Magnet Schools of America, and it ensures a challenging and rigorous learning experience for each student.  Borton is a gateway to a world of limitless possibilities and unparalleled academic growth! Imagine your child engaged in hands-on, real-world projects that not only challenge their intellect but ignite their passion for learning. Call for a tour today and watch your child flourish in a dynamic and innovative educational environment that will prepare them for a future where they can conquer any challenge with confidence and ingenuity.
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Our mission at Borton Magnet Elementary School is to provide an environment that promotes diversity, equity and access for all our students in order to maximize their academic and social development. Through Project Based Learning and Systems Thinking, students learn to ask big questions and engage in authentic, real-world learning to become change makers, creators of new knowledge and stewards of the earth.
Eric Eulberg Eric Eulberg

Eric started as an educator teaching Social Studies and coaching basketball at the Fenster Boarding School. He then moved to TUSD during the Fall of 2010, when he started working as a Social Studies teacher and department chair at Palo Verde High Magnet School. Eric went through the entire turnaround process at that school and was very proud when they did receive an “A” letter grade. He became an MTSS Facilitator at Project MORE in 2016 and he worked there until he was appointed as an Interim Assistant Principal at Booth-Fickett Magnet School. In 2018, Eric served as Assistant Principal of Curriculum at Tucson High Magnet School. Now he is applying his experience in Magnet schools to Borton’s theme of Project Based Learning and Systems Thinking, and is dedicated to ensuring students become 21st Century learners in our diverse world.

700 E. 22nd St. 85713 Map

Office Phone: 520-225-1000

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Office Hours: 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
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