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  • Buffalo Solders

    9th & 10th Calvary

    The First African American soldiers to arrive in Arizona at Fort Huachuca were the Buffalo Soldiers in the 1890’s; the 9th and 10th Calvaries and the 24th and 25th Infantry Regiments.  The Fort Huachuca Buffalo Soldiers distinguished themselves in the Spanish American War and the charge up San Juan Hill.  They were part of the Punitive Expedition into Mexico and were sent to Camp Naco, Arizona, Camp Little in Nogales and other locations in Arizona to guard the Arizona Borders during the Mexican Revolution.1


    Today at Maricopa High School, we had the pleasure of having Buffalo Soldiers visit the campus and speak to our Juniors and Seniors

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    1Southwest Association of Buffalo Soldiers (SWABS)

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    Miss Luzmarie Salazar Rojas

    Miss Rojas is being recommended because she always goes the extra mile.  She shows the curiosity and initiative that is very important for students and their success in learning to a foreight lantuage.  She does not spare any effort in learning Mandarin, which can be seen in her work, quizzes and everyday performance in class.  We want to acknowledge and recognize Miss Rojas for challenging herself and not taking an easier route.  We believe this drive in her will prove to be a huge asset to her as she continues forward in her education.

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    Kanthikan (Anny) Kanjana

    Anny is optimistic and shows a sense of responsibility. She has also taken on the leadership responsibilities, especially in organizing a new club

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    Ariana is the editor-in-chief of the 2019-2020 Rampage yearbook. She is a positive leader in the journalism department, bringing energy and vision to the class. As an ELA student, she takes advantage of our course offerings and pushes herself academically. Ariana is community-oriented and works to make MHS an inclusive and friendly environment for everyone. As a member of the junior gifted cohort, she spearheaded a meeting with the administration team to discuss and consider the grade enhancement plan and what it does for the top 10% of students. Ariana is an active member of the Interact Club. She donates to the local women's shelter regularly and is always pushing fellow classmates to make a difference in the world. We are lucky to have Ariana at MHS, and she represents what it means to be part of the Ramily. 

Message from Principal- Brian Winter

  •  Brian Winter is Principal at Maricopa High School. He previously served as Assistant Principal/Athletic Director at MHS during the 2011-2012 school year. After a few years away from the district, Brian returned for the 2016-17 school year serving as Dean of Students.

    Born and raised in Minnesota, he received his Bachelor's Degree from Winona State University and a Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from Minnesota Brian Winter Headshot State University, Mankato. Brian has taught at the elementary, middle and high school levels during the course of his career and has also previously served as a Head Varsity Boys' Basketball Coach for 21 years.

    Brian and his wife Katey have three children together. He enjoys hiking, biking and attending sporting events as well as spending time with his family.

    Brian is honored to serve in his new role as the Principal of Maricopa High School and strives to promote high standards of excellence in all areas.

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