Out of 35 graduates, 32 attended the spectacle at AOBI, where vocational trades take precedence. This graduating class was the 16th for AOBI.
Distance Learning Information
Average Teacher Salary as required by Arizona Revised Statue 15-189.05
Fiscal Year 2021 Average Teacher Salary: $43,394
Average salary prior year: $40,551
Increase in average salary from prior year 2020: $2,843
Percent increase: 7.0%
Increase in average salary from prior year 2018: $7,757
Percent increase: 21.8%
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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.
Academy of Building Industries is located at:
1547 Lipan Blvd. Fort Mohave, AZ 86426-6031 Phone: (928) 788-2601 Fax: (928)788-2610
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