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... Bullhead City's Elementary schools and Junior High schools are operated by the Bullhead City Elementary School District ... These schools include Sunrise Elementary School, Coyote Canyon Elementary School, Desert Valley Elementary School, Diamondback Elementary School, Bullhead City Junior High School, and Fox Creek Junior High School ... Bullhead City's high school Mohave High School and River Valley High School, are operated by the Colorado River Union High School District ...

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