Are you a student of one of the below listed high schools? Apply for a Chamber scholarship! Learn more below.

Apache Junction Unified School District
The City of Apache Junction and the surrounding communities are known for their small town warmth with easy access to all the amenities of the larger valley. Likewise, AJUSD, with just over 3,600 students in five schools, is small enough that students are known as individuals – but large enough that we can offer many diverse and award-winning opportunities in academics, trade and professional training, fine arts, athletics, and extracurricular activities. Additionally, our ROTC program is among the best in the nation, earning top honors as “Unit of Distinction with Academic Honors” for more than a decade.

At AJUSD, our “College and Career Readiness For All” expectation means that whether a child is a senior in high school or just entering kindergarten, our programs will prepare that student for post-secondary education and today’s real-world careers. Through Individualized Instruction, Project-Based Learning, ready access to technology, and partnerships with Central Arizona College and East Valley Institute of Technology, three generations of alumni prove that our curriculum consistently places our students in the best possible position to succeed.

Please feel free to visit our schools, or visit our website at for more information – or call for a tour: 480-982-1110.

We’ll be happy to show you around!

Apache Trail High School
Apache Trail High School offers students a quality Advanced (formerly NCA) accredited education where you will experience commitment and support from dedicated teachers who want to help you realize your true potential. In addition, our flexible program offers accelerated academic paths that can get you to your goals quicker than traditional public school schedules. The combination of your hard work and dedication and our outstanding academic program is a recipe for success.
Imagine Prep at Superstition
Imagine Prep at Superstition empowers students to learn at the speed of personal potential. Learning goals are personalized sostudents can succeed – in school and in life! At Imagine Prep the learning environment is smaller, meaning students are well known. Learning is personalized and project based, enabling students to demonstrate mastery of knowledge. Our standards are higher, challenging students to achieve and succeed – in school and in life!
Imagine Schools East Mesa
The stakeholders of Imagine East Mesa enable students to succeed by equipping them with academics, character, and leadership. All students will acquire and own leadership opportunities. We foster an academic environment that serves the needs of diverse learners. Everyone experiences a positive environment that focuses on creating caring citizens.
Central Arizona College- Superstition Mountain Campus
Central Arizona College is a dynamic and multifaceted institution of higher education featuring eight campuses and centers strategically located throughout Pinal County for the purpose of educating the diverse population of the region. The college’s Superstition Mountain Campus, located in Apache Junction serves the northern Pinal County communities of Apache Junction, Gold Canyon and Superior, as well as the East Valley communities of Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler. CAC offers a full array of academic degrees and certificates, career training, and personal enrichment classes. Online and university transfer courses, along with continuing education classes and workshops are also offered, providing multiple learning opportunities for community members. As a learner-centered institution, CAC focuses on what is best for the student. CAC’s talented and innovated faculty and staff is dedicated to fostering a spirit of learning that allows students to receive quality educational experiences for lifelong success.
Arizona State University Polytechnic Campus
Arizona State University Polytechnic is home to programs in engineering, aviation, business, education, math, science, environmental management and technology, complemented by arts, humanities and social sciences curricula. As a polytechnicfocused campus, the emphasis is on professional and technical programs that prepare students in a hands-on, project- and team-based learning environment. Students can earn ASU bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees at the 600-acre campus in southeast Mesa, in an environment characterized by intimate class sizes, an integrated curriculum and accessible faculty. The degrees incorporate practical and theoretical exercises throughout the programs.
At the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce, we focus on creating a community that is vibrant and economically prosperous; not just by supporting local businesses but by supporting our youth who will become the driving force of our economy in years to come. We’re very proud to announce that the increased participation and support of Republic Services Superstition Open has helped us provided $36,775.00 in Scholarships in recent years helping dozens of local graduates!
Click here to view the printable scholarship application Applications due by April 1st, 2019
  1. Graduate in the Class of 2019
  2. Currently attend a public, charter, or private school which is a member of the Apache Junction Chamber of CommerceWill attend a college, university, or vocational school in Arizona in the fall of 2019
  3. Has at least a 3.0 GPA
  4. Attend the Community Awards Banquet on June 6th, 2019 from 5:30pm-8:00pm to be recognized before the community for your academic achievements.
  1. Completion of the below Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce Scholarship Application
  2. A copy of your high school transcripts
  3. Two page 1.5 spaced essay with 12pt font
  4. One letter of recommendation
  1. Submit your application packet to the Counseling Department of your school. All applications will be picked up from the school by a Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce representative on April 1st, 2019.
  2. The final applicants will be chosen by a Scholarship Committee selected by the Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce.
  3. The finalists may be requested to participate in an in-person interview. Schools will be notified of the selected recipients by the beginning of May.