Jokake School for Girls

The Jokake School for Girls was a ranch school in Scottsdale, Arizona. It operated from 1933[1] to 1945. It housed 40 students each year it was in existence.[2] It was connected to the Jokake Inn, a guest ranch and winter hotel built by architect Robert Evans and backing out onto Camelback Mountain. The inn opened in 1927.

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  1. ^ Wilson, Liz, and Debbie Abele. "HISTORIC CONTEXT FOR SCOTTSDALE’S DEVELOPMENT AS AN ARTS COLONY & TOURIST DESTINATION." Feb. 2004: [1]
  2. ^ Old Arizona Interscholastic Association enrollment records