Show Low is fortunate to have an outstanding K-12 school system, the main campus of Northland Pioneer Community College, and an extended campus of Northern Arizona University. Each of these education centers enjoy strong community support and are considered excellent learning facilities.
The Show Low Unified School District is comprised of five schools with a combined enrollment of nearly 2,400 students. Achievement test scores in the District are consistently above the state and national averages and several schools have been awarded the U.S. Department of Education’s prestigious “National School of Excellence” award.
Northland Pioneer College is a two-year accredited institution that serves the residents of Navajo and Apache counties through four regional campuses and six learning centers scattered over more than 21,000 square miles of northeastern Arizona. The Show Low White Mountain campus of Northland Pioneer College is the largest of the community college’s 10 locations. This campus has served as many as 3,200 students with adult basic education, academic transfer, career and technical training, allied health degrees or certificates and personal interest classes. The college’s Small Business Development Center has been recognized for several years as the top business assistance center in the state. NPC’s Workforce Development Division offers specialized training to meet state or federal certification.
The Show Low campus of Northern Arizona University (NAU) is one of two extended NAU campuses in Navajo County that provide students with an alternative to the traditional campus experience. Onsite and online classes and programs of study are offered at both the undergraduate and graduate level including flexible and convenient degree, certificate and endorsement programs. NAU has been providing higher education learning opportunities to students at a distance for over 25 years.