About Starline

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Starline Facts

  • Serves over 590 students (K-6)
  • Built in 1974
  • School mascot is Blazer, the Starblazer

Starline Elementary School is an engaging, learning environment where all students are encouraged to strive for academic, social, and emotional success.


At Starline, we build and sustain strong partnerships with parents, families, and the community to promote an environment where each student's potential becomes a reality. Through high expectations and a supportive culture, we empower students to become responsible and productive citizens who value life-long learning.


I believe in myself and I'm here to succeed.


I RESPECT myself, others and our school.

I will do my best, because everything I do today will affect my tomorrow.


Start Time: 7:55 am   (Breakfast available from 7:30 am - 7:50 am)

Dismissal Time: 2:30 pm

Early Release Dismissal Time (Thursdays): 1:00 pm


Parks and Rec : 2:30 pm - 6:00 pm; 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm (Early Release Thursdays)


Office Hours 7:00am ~ 3:30pm

  • All visitors please sign in at the office and get a visitor sticker.
  • Sign all students out in the front office.
  • If your child will be absent, please call the office at 505-1490 before 9:00 am.  An automated call will go out by 10:00 am to verify any unexcused absences.
  • We do have a voice mail prior to 7:00 am.

Together, we are blazing a path to the STARS!

Starline Elementary is a true neighborhood school. Surrounded by residences, there are no major streets bordering the school grounds. This provides for a quieter, safer school environment. 

Starline houses kindergarten through sixth grade. Full-time art, music, and physical education teachers help to meet the needs of the whole child. Starline has a computer lab and multiple other tools available in the classroom environment (Kindles, iPads, Chromebooks, Smartboards) to train students in the effective use of technology. Weekly library classes are provided in order to promote literacy and life-long learning.

Starline is home to the district's fourth through sixth grade elementary gifted program. The Lake Havasu Unified School District recognizes that gifted students have unique educational needs and is committed to enabling them to develop their extraordinary abilities

Starline is also home to the district’s primary and intermediate autism program. Students are enrolled in the program based upon their Individual Educational Plans.

Throughout the year, multiple club and extended school day opportunities are provided for students which include: National Elementary Honor Society, Student Council, Patriotic Club, Kindness and Compassion Club, Good News Club, Yearbook Club, Robotics Club, S.T.E.M. Club and Tutoring. Community and family events include: Young Authors, Rube Goldberg and Science Fair Night, Book Fairs, and Parent Teacher Association Family Fun Nights. 

It is through the combined leadership of quality teaching, dedicated staff members, and student support programs that Starline's student population is prepared for learning and the successful attainment of future goals.