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Seligman USD - Where everyone graduates college & career ready.

Seligman High School

Welcome to Seligman Middle and High School, home of the Seligman Antelopes. On this page, you’ll find specific information about our school policies, curriculum, and teachers. If you are looking for information about our Athletics Department, please visit our Athletics page. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us.

A Message from Our Principal

Dear Staff, Students, and Parents,

As we begin a new year, it is my desire that we continue to develop a mindset of excellence within our school. We must believe that we can achieve! We must work together to acquire, develop, and hone the skills needed to get there and demonstrate the grit to overcome all the obstacles that may come. Along the way, we must push to be champions—champions for our school and champions for our students, encouraging each other as we face challenges and celebrate our accomplishments together.

If you need to speak with me about anything, please take the opportunity to call our office at (928) 216.4123.

With Care,

Jeff Baker

Jeff Baker, Principal

Programs

Our middle and high school programs build on the foundations our students received in elementary school and work towards mastery in all core subjects. We also focus on developing citizenship, decision making and problem solving skills, and preparing for college/career.

At Seligman, our students will have the opportunity to participate in:

Graduation Requirements

In order to ensure every student is prepared for college and career, Seligman complies with state requirements for graduation. These requirements include 24 units of the following:

  • 4 units of English
  • 4 units of math
  • 3 units of science
  • 3 units of social studies
  • 1 unit of US History
  • 1 unit of world history/geography
  • ½ unit of American/Arizona government
  • ½ units of economics
  • 1 unit of fine or technical art
  • 7 units of electives
  • 16 hours of community service
  • Passing Civics Exam