Sedona is a beautiful scenic destination, located 160 miles away from Cedar Hills School. The town is full of art galleries, small boutiques, spas, and restaurants. There are plenty of hiking opportunities, and Slide Rock, a natural waterslide, is a popular attraction in the summer.
Our state's capital is located 178 miles away from Cedar Hills School, and the city has so much to offer. There are zoos and wildlife parks, aquariums, botanical gardens, art galleries, restaurants, concert venues, and museums, to name a few. Phoenix has a wide range of medical specialists and centers to accommodate any health needs.
Alpacas of the Southwest
This alpaca farm is practically our neighbor! Located 2 miles from Cedar Hills School, this full-service ranch offers breeding, mentoring, consultations, tours, and alpaca products. This location works with both Suri and Huacaya alpacas. The tours allow you to get up close and personal with these creatures, where you're able to feed them and get some wonderful photo opportunities.
Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon National Park is 157 miles away from Cedar Hills School, while the new Skywalk attraction is located 86 miles away at Grand Canyon West. When visiting the National Park, you can see the magnificent natural wonder from the perspective of the North Rim and from the South Rim. There are visitor centers, restaurants, gift shops, and hiking trails available for visitors.
Lake Havasu City, AZ
Lake Havasu City is located 78 miles away from Cedar Hills School. This city is most recognized for being the current home of the London Bridge, and for being an outdoor playground for Arizona residents. There are plenty of opportunities for hiking, cycling, golfing, swimming, and fishing.
Bearizona is a drive-thru wildlife park located 101 miles away from Cedar Hills School in Williams, AZ. There is also a walkable portion at the end of the drive-thru tour. Visitors are allowed to go through the park at their own pace and will have the chance to see some wild animals up close.
Cedar Hills School is a small K-8 school located in Kingman, AZ. Our team of teachers and staff are dedicated to motivating our students to become life-long learners. Our students are encouraged to strive for their personal best. The school community provides a safe and immersive learning environment, with highly qualified and supportive staff to guide students through their academic journeys. We pride ourselves in taking the initiative to develop meaningful relationships among all stakeholders (parents, extended family, staff, students, and more) who work together to provide our students with a solid educational foundation. Students are expected to leave our school with:
-A strong set of moral values such as honesty, integrity, responsibility, and good judgment.
-A complete set of skills in the areas of linguistics, mathematics, science, art, physical fitness, and social skills.
-An inquiring and open mind, critical thinking skills, and a desire for knowledge.
-A strong sense of self-esteem and high personal expectations.
-The ability to respect and appreciate others.
-The skills necessary to become productive citizens who actively contribute to society.
We value the importance of the partnership between the school, our families, and the community, and we recognize its crucial role in making this vision a reality.
A historical photo of the original Hackberry School building.
The Hackberry School District was founded in the late 1800's. The District had two school sites in the 1990's: one found in the small town of Hackberry, and the other at our current site located 20 miles outside of Kingman, Arizona. The original school building in Hackberry was flooed and then closed. The District programs were relocated to the newer site, and Cedar Hills School was rebuilt and officially reopened in 2000.
Phoenix is known for its sports. Our state teams include the Phoenix Suns, the Cardinals, and the Diamondbacks. These teams are great partners to the schools of Arizona.
9501 Nellie Drive
Kingman, Arizona 86401-8917
Phone: 928-692-0013 | Fax: 928-692-1075
Las Vegas, NV
The city of Las Vegas is 125 miles away from the Cedar Hills School. Las Vegas has many things to offer, from its international airport to museums and exhibits. Some popular attractions include the Titanic Exhibit, the Bodies Exhibit, the Mandalay Bay's Shark Reef Aquarium, the DISCOVERY Children's Museum, Circus Circus, live performances, and a variety of restaurants and hotel accommodations.
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In The Area
Though Kingman itself is a small community, there are many places nearby with plenty of opportunities for family fun, exploration, and adventure.
Laughlin, NV and Bullhead City, AZ
Laughlin and Bullhead City are located 50 miles from Cedar Hills School. The cities are separated by the Colorado River, and they have many different attractions for people and their families. There are movie theaters, arcades, mini-golf courses, spas, and shopping centers throughout the area, and there are plenty of places to stop for a bite to eat. Jet ski and boat rentals are available for those who want to cruise down the river.