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School Photos - Mariachi Class
Wakefield Middle School's Mariachi class offers students a unique opportunity to learn about the rich traditions of Mexican music and culture. Led by dedicated instructors, students learn to play traditional instruments such as guitarrón, vihuela, and trumpet. Through rehearsals and performances, the Mariachi class not only showcases musical talent but also creates a sense of camaraderie and cultural appreciation among its members.
A little girl with long brown hair and glasses smiles with her guitar
Students play their violins
The mariachi class smiles and stands with their instruments
A girl with long black hair and glasses plays her trumpet
A little boy with dark brown hair smiles big with his guitar
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  • 8:00 am – Earliest arrival
  • 8:40 am - 3:40 pm – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
  • 8:40 am - 2:40 pm – Wed (Early Dismissal)
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What Makes Us Special

Wakefield Middle School is an Advanced Academic Coursework campus (AAC). We prepare students to take Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate courses offered at University High School, Cholla High School, and Pueblo High School. At Wakefield, each class is either Accelerated or Honors and serve as a gateway to not only high school, but college and career readiness and success. These courses provide culturally and personally relevant activities designed to engage students in problem solving, academic discourse, and critical analysis through a Project Based Learning (PBL) lens.

If you feel that Wakefield Middle School might be the right fit for your student, be sure to speak with our School Community Services team at (520) 225-6400.

Teacher Recognized by Tucson Values Teachers
Mr. Hummel (center) smiles with his colleagues and members of Tucson Values Teachers.Congratulations to Wakefield teacher Evan Hummel for being recognized by Tucson Values Teachers for his outstanding work! Mr. Hummel was nominated by his colleague Amber Parris who stated, “Evan is a true gem in our school community. With unwavering compassion, he connects with students on a personal level, making them feel heard and valued.” Thank you, Tucson Values Teachers, for recognizing our amazing staff member!