Office of Education

Credit Enhancement 

2017 Program Participants

August 2017 

On August 3, 2017, the Public School Credit Enhancement Eligibility Board awarded expansion and new construction awards to BASIS Schools, Inc.

BASIS Schools, Inc.

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Certificate of Intent to Issue, BASIS Schools, Inc. - Phoenix South Primary
Certificate of Intent to Issue, BASIS Schools, Inc. - Goodyear
Certificate of Intent to Issue, BASIS Schools, Inc. -  Phoenix
Certificate of Intent to Issue, BASIS Schools, Inc. - Scottsdale North
Certificate of Intent to Issue, BASIS Schools, Inc. - Scottsdale Primary West
Certificate of Intent to Issue, BASIS Schools, Inc. - Flagstaff
Certificate of Intent to Issue, BASIS Schools, Inc. - Mesa
Certificate of Intent to Issue, BASIS Schools, Inc. - Phoenix Primary

June 2017 

in June 2017 the Public School Credit Enhancement Eligibility Board awarded expansion awards to Great Hearts Academies.

Great Hearts Academies

Maryvale Prep

 The Board awarded Great Hearts Academies $16 million to expand Maryvale Preparatory Academy and $19.9 million to expand the Veritas Campus. New enrollment is projected to increase by 1,000 students

Certificate of Intent to Issue - Great Hearts Academies, Maryvale Preparatory Academy
Certificate of Intent to Issue - Great Hearts Academies, Veritas Campus
Fund Certificate - Great Hearts Arizona

In an effort to help our schools expand, the Public School Credit Enhancement Eligibility Board this week issued expansion awards to the Academy of Math and Science (AMS) and the Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center.

Academy of Math and Science (AMS)

AMS Expansion

AMS was awarded $24.8 million for two projects. New enrollment is projected to increase by 600 students at AMS Camelback and 250 students at MASSA in South Tucson.

Certificate of Intent to Issue - AMS
Fund Certificate - AMS

Arizona Agribusiness and Equine Center (AAEC)

 Arizona Equine

AAEC was awarded $17 million for construction of a new campus in Mesa, which is projected to increase enrollment capacity by 260 and for the expansionof its current campus at Estrella ountain, expected to add 300 students.