Historical Facts About Our District
- The Fort Huachuca Accommodation Schools were established in 1956 by the Arizona State Legislature and is a coterminous school district located on the Fort Huachuca Military Reservation.
- We are one of only seven independent/separate school districts within the United States located entirely on a military reservation and the only one in the state of Arizona.
- The district does not have taxing authority (cannot levy or generate funds from local property taxes), or bonding capacity to build or maintain buildings.
- The district generates revenue from a combination of state aid and federal impact aid.
- Arizona statute identified the County School Superintendent as the Governing Board for Arizona Accommodation schools.
- In 2009 a change in Arizona Law (ARS 15-465.01) modified the District governance to a 5-member Governing Board.
- The district consists of 3 schools serving students in grades K-8
- Colonel Johnston Elementary serves students in grades kindergarten through second grade (K-2)
- General Myer Elementary serves students in grades third through fifth (3-5)
- Colonel Smith Middle School serving students in grades six through eight (6-8)