Press Release
Osborn School District Recognized by the Department of Education for Outstanding Student Growth

Click here to view the video of the press conference at AZ Department of Education

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Clarendon Elementary School

Osborn School District No. 8

1225 West Clarendon, 
Phoenix, AZ 85013 MAP
Phone: (602) 707-2200
Fax: (602) 707-2240
Attendance: (602) 707-2201
Library: (602) 707-2237

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Our Principal, Ms. Nickolich

Office Hours: 7:15a.m. - 4:00p.m
Regular school hours  7:45 - 2:45
Half Day hours 7:45 - 12:45

Osborn Civic Day
 Meet Your School Board Candidates

 9/30/14 at Osborn Middle School 6:00-7:00pm
 1102 W. Highland, Phoenix, AZ 85013

Why Clarendon? Click here to watch a video

About Us

Clarendon School was established in 1954. There are approximately 450 students attending grades four through six. We are proud of our diverse community combining students from many ethnic backgrounds. At Clarendon School, we see ourselves as a community of learners where diversity and difference are valued and respected.

Vision and Mission

Clarendon is a place where all stakeholders are committed to excellence and dedicated to being life-long learners, in a welcoming, respectful, and safe community, to ensure each student becomes a productive leader in a global world.

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Please Read:  Important Clarendon Documents

Please use the below links to review Clarendon’s School Improvement Plan, Parent and Community Involvement Policy, and our School Compact.  You can contact the principal, Theresa Nickolich, with any questions or to provide feedback at tnickoli@osbornnet.org or call 602-707-2200.

School Improvement Plan Clarendon Parent Family and Community Involvement Policy 2013-14 CLARENDON SCHOOL COMPACT 2013-14

For Parents: Your Right To Know

As parents of public school children, you have the right to:
-Request and receive information on the professional qualifications of your child’s classroom  teacher.
-Receive timely notice from Osborn School District if your child is taught by a teacher who is not “highly qualified” for four or more consecutive weeks.
-Request a transfer to another school in the Osborn School District if your child’s school is E identified as a Focus School by the Arizona Department of Education.  By law, Osborn School District must give priority to the lowest achieving children from low-income families based on capacity at the requested school.
Please send a written request for the professional qualifications of your child’s teacher by email to  to: Mrs. Patty Tate, Superintendent.
Osborn School District, 1226 West Osborn Road, Phoenix, Arizona 85013

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Last Updated 08/21/2014