Lake Havasu High School
2675 Palo Verde Boulevard S.
Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
Phone (928) 854-5001
FAX (928) 854-5499
We are a part of Lake Havasu Unified School District #1.
We may provide links to outside websites that contain information about our students (including full name and pictures), but such links will be limited to those related to a legitimate academic or extracurricular activity.
Arizona tax law (A.R.S. 43-1089.01) allows taxpayers a tax credit of up to $400 if they elect to support school extracurricular activities. This can help you lower your tax liability or get a larger refund.
Lake Havasu High School uses funds from tax credit to enrich students' education through extra and co-curricular activities and athletics. Tax credit funds are essential to maintaining a well-rounded program that meets the needs of students both in and out of the classroom.
Tax credit donations can be used to help athletes offset sports fees. Transportation is costly for sports teams as all away games require out-of-town travel. LHHS has 16 tax credit eligible sports teams with more than 480 student athletes playing throughout the school year.
LHHS has over 30 clubs that are also tax credit eligible. Many clubs use tax credit funds to support out-of-state travel for competitions and learning experiences. For example, Close Up uses funds to bring students to Washington, D.C. to learn more about government and Educational Tour Group uses funds to send students to countries outside of the US to learn more about culture and geography. Skills USA, FBLA, FCCLA, and DECA use funds to help defer the cost of student travel to national competitions centered around career and technical education. Clubs like National Honor Society, Interact, and Key Club use funds to support student service learning projects.
Lake Havasu City prides itself on community support and charitable efforts. Tax credit is a way to give to the schools and lower Arizona income tax obligations. For more information about the LHUSD tax credit program please click here or call Judy McClintock at (928) 505–6917.