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Mesa, Arizona is home to over 500,000 people and has a rich history of education. The city offers a wide range of school options for its residents, including public, charter and private schools. Schools in Mesa are rated highly by various educational rating systems. Local education in Mesa provides students with access to high quality instruction and numerous extracurricular activities such as sports teams and clubs. Additionally, in recent years the city has seen an increase in the number of STEM-focused programs available to students. This has helped to encourage more young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. With a variety of educational opportunities available, Mesa is an ideal place for families interested in providing their children with quality learning experiences.

Mesa schools spend $7,490 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 19 pupils per teacher, 795 students per librarian, and 733 children per counselor.

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As someone who was born in Mesa and has lived here in the 85210 in Dobson Ranch for the last 13 years after moving out from Chandler. I can tell you that most of the  More

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I’m a native to Arizona and growing up here has taught me that people just don’t care, and the Mormon community is huge! It’s normal in the state of AZ for kids to start  More

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My in-laws are huge Meza fans , it might be because their last name is Meza. We have our own Americaucasionispanic cultura.Thats pronounced  More

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