Residents in Camp Verde emphasize education for their families.

The public school sector offers elementary (grades 1 — 5), middle (grades 6 — 8), and high school (grades 9 —12) facilities that strive to keep student/teacher levels low and test scores high. Racial diversity is also a given: the 446-student Camp Verde High School reflects American Indian/Alaskan, Asian, Black, Hispanic and White cultures among the seats. The middle and elementary schools mirror this mix.

Students easily may take advantage of educational opportunities beyond high school as well. Arizona State University in Phoenix lies approximately one hour away; The University of Arizona's Tucson address also beckons residents eager to take advantage of excellent education at in-state fees. Yavapai College, a 2-year accredited community college, offers classes in Camp Verde for students who need to combine education with career opportunities.

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