Due to the COVID-19 virus, AZ schools are closed through the rest of the year. 

The Governor of Arizona has just extended the school closures for the rest of the 2019-20 school year. AOBI will be providing packet work to each student according to their new quarter 4 schedule beginning March 30th from 7:30-4. If you cannot come in please call the school ASAP, 788-2601. The staff at AOBI will not allow graduating seniors or other students to fall behind in credit in this serious time. The staff at AOBI is dedicated to making sure we do whatever is necessary to keep students up to date for graduation plans and credit. You can read the Governor’s directives here: https://azgovernor.gov/governor/news/2020/03/governor-ducey-superintendent-hoffman-announce-two-week-extension-school”




Suddenlink is offering free Altice Advantage Internet, where available, for 60 days to any household that has a studen from K-12 and/or college.

“PLEASE” take advantage of this opportunity.
The service is for students who are displaced due to school closures and do not have internet access at home.

After the free 60 days, those affected can choose to either cancel the service or keep it as regular paying customer.


AOBI Staff Completes STOP THE BLEED safety training provided by ICSAVE.ORG, local law, EMS, Fire, Air Medical and hospital services in the local tri-state area.  Thank you Sunrise Rotary Club for funding the safety kits for our classrooms.  Help is needed to fund other schools in the area.  Please see FOR MORE INFO.


AOBI Students Lend Bravo a Hand

Bullhead City Community Park recently added a new artwork to its sidewalk

menagerie as Bravo the Bull moved in about

500 feet south of original park mascot, Poki the Tortoise.

Open house showcases AOBI

The Academy of Building Industries public charter high school hosted an open house last week to share just what it does for the students who attend the school that specializes in construction education.

Average Teacher Salary as required by Arizona Revised Statue 15-189.05

Fiscal Year 2019 Average Teacher Salary: $42,232
Average salary prior year: $38,192

Increase in average salary from prior year 2018: $4,039

Percent increase: 10.6%

Fiscal Year 2020 Average Teacher Salary: $40,551
Average salary prior year: $38,283

Increase in average salary from prior year 2018: $2,268

Percent increase: 5.9%

A charter holder’s performance as evaluated using the financial framework is represented in a dashboard. Through ASBCS Online, the Board has provided online public access to each charter holder’s financial dashboard and the audits of Board-sponsored charter holders. Information about how to access a charter holder’s financial dashboard and annual audits through ASBCS Online may be found below.

Little bit about AOBI

Providing knowledge and skills to build a better future: The Academy of Building Industries (AOBI) is a public charter high school geared towards the vocational trades.  High school students, grades 9-12, work towards their high school diploma by following the academic graduation requirements, while focusing on a trade to complete their elective credits. In the end they receive their high school diploma, as well as the possibility of a certificate in the trade they’ve specialized in. AOBI gives tri-state area students a school choice. It allows parents to be involved in the future success of their student, and their student be in control of their future.

All public notices of our governing school board meetings will be posted on our front door at AOBI’s physical address and on our website under School Board Meeting Agendas.

Contact Us

Academy of Building Industries is located at:

1547 Lipan Blvd. Fort Mohave, AZ 86426-6031 Phone: (928) 788-2601 Fax: (928)788-2610

You may email the school’s general mailbox at:  raineeh@aobihs.com. For registration, discipline, grades and guidance questions please email Rainee Hanson at: raineeh@aobihs.com

Get registered as a new student here or re-register for existing students.  Please download the applicable form and submit following the directions.  Please also download the Student Handbook as some policies may have changed.

New Student Enrollment

New registration and enrollment package.

Student Re-Enrollment

Existing student re-enrollment package.

Student Handbook (Download)

Please download and read our student handbook.

AZ Rights for Homeless Students

Please download and read our student handbook.