The Bullhead City Elementary School district was founded in 1948, with the building of a one room, "Little Red School House." The district now includes six schools, four elementary and two junior high schools. Our modern facilities serve nearly 4,000 students, kindergarten through eighth grades. Our basic geographic service area is the City of Bullhead Arizona and our land mass area is approximately 115 square miles.

It is the goal of the Bullhead City Elementary School District to provide quality services that meet the individual needs of its student population. Principals and teachers work collaboratively with parents and students to establish procedures that enhance learning and contribute to a positive school climate. Our district's well-trained staff provides an array of services through traditional means, special services and alternative programs.

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Recent News

21st Century Community Learning Center Federal Grant
Posted on 04/16/2015
This federally-funded program supports afterschool community learning centers that operate primarily on school campuses statewide. Diamondback is applying for this grant.  more
New State Assessment
Posted on 11/04/2014
In November 2014, the Arizona State Board of Education adopted a new statewide achievement test, AzMERIT, for Arizona students.  more