Kino School of Tucson, Arizona

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Kino School
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Lew McGinnis has more than five decades of experience in the real estate investment sector. Also involved in philanthropic endeavors, Lew McGinnis was one of the founders of Kino Learning Center (Kino School), a Catholic school in Arizona.

Located on 10 acres in Tucson, Arizona, Kino School dates back to 1976, when it was founded as Sacred Heart School. The school serves students from primary school through high school but doesn’t divide students into specific grade levels. For example, primary students are between 4.5 and 7 years old, and middle-level students are aged 8 through 10.

Kino School is committed to individualized educational programming, small class sizes, and a progressive education. Students at the Kino School enjoy the freedom to be involved in creating their educational experiences while learning to be responsible citizens. Dedicated to inclusion, the school welcomes students with all different ability levels and strives to make accommodations for students with academic or physical special needs.

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