Welcome to Reid Traditional Schools’ Painted Rock Academy, an ‘A’ Rated school ranked at the highest level by the Arizona Department of Education. We offer students an accelerated back-to-basics and traditional education that provides them with a traditional foundation for the future.  Painted Rock Academy is a tuition-free public charter school within the Reid Traditional Schools family. Our schools have been consistently ranked among the best schools in Arizona.

Our Mission:
To offer back-to-basics, traditional education
by providing a challenging, sequential, teacher-directed,
standards-based, textbook-driven curriculum
supported by individual accountability and
high academic and behavioral standards.

CALENDAR NOTE: Winter Break begins with early release on December 21st.  School resumes January 9th.

News & Announcements
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“A” Rating Awarded to Painted Rock Academy – Again!

The report card on Painted Rock Academy is in, and we earned A rating – again! The Arizona Department of Education letter grades for the 2013-14 school year have been announced, and, as always, Reid Traditional Schools’ Painted Rock Academy and Reid Traditional Schools’ Valley Academy both received an “A” letter grade. In our organization’s […]

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Charting a Course for High School – Together!

The path beyond 8th grade is clear and sunny for RTS Painted Rock Academy students. Painted Rock Academy and its sister school, RTS Valley Academy, recently hosted their annual High School Information Nights. Representatives from many area high schools came to introduce their programs, hoping to impress our outstanding students and their families. Former Reid […]

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Boosterthon is Underway!

Painted Rock Academy’s largest fundraiser of the year is happening now! Friday’s Pep Rally kicked off the event, and students are now collecting pledges for the laps they will complete in the Fun Run on Friday, October 7th (usually about 30-35 laps). Our goal is to raise $20,000 to provide more shade structures on campus. […]

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