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  About Us  

Our mission is to provide young women an opportunity to achieve high school and college academic success simultaneously while nurturing self-confidence and developing leadership skills in an academically rigorous environment.

GLAAZ's place in history

Inspired by a vision that all young women will have the opportunity to develop as leaders shaping their lives for success, Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona, Inc. spearheaded the "Crittenton Bill" legislation enabling us to launch GLAAZ, the first public all-girls school in Arizona, a special place where young women will be empowered to find their voices as leaders in their own lives, in their communities, and in the world.

Learn more by calling Veronica Saenz, Coordinator of our Parent Ambassador LeaderS (PALS) at 602.288.4518!

Download an application HERE

Para asistencia en Español, por favor llame a Veronica Saenz al 602-288-4518

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In the News

Students Amara Hicks, Lizzbeth Benitez and Julie Demeneghi on Su Vida, discussing Student Led Conferences and their time at GLAAZ.

Our parent coordinator, Veronica Saenz, and student, Arlene Perez spoke with Despierta Arizona, on Univision about school at Girls Leadership Academy.
  Discover YOUR Potential!  

Girls Leadership Academy
of Arizona is enrolling girls grades 9 - 12! If interested in enrolling to GLAAZ, please call 602-288-4518 for a full application, or download a short application from our website under the Enrollment tab and submit by mail or fax.

"My daughter will benefit
from the small class size
and opportunities
that the Girls Leadership Academy
of Arizona will open up to
her. I always tell her that
she can do anything and
be anything she wants.

Now she can have a school and staff doing the same."

- Laura, parent

"By attending Girls Leadership Academy of Arizona, I will
feel more prepared and ready for any challenges
in or out of school."

- Michelle, student