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PHOENIX -- A Valley high school began its anti-bullying campaign on Thursday.

The Arizona Collegiate High School is planning to host four seminars to help inform parents and kids how to stay out of trouble.

"We have created these programs and sessions to work with parents to help educate them about the types of things that their sons or daughters are going they as parents can help, and what we as a school can do to help also", said the school's principal, Mike Dunbar.

The seminars will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on July 9, July 18, July 23 and July 30 at Arizona Collegiate High School, 3161 N. 33rd Ave.

Anyone who comes to the open house July 18 will be registered to win a new Dell Netbook, as well as many other incentives.

Guests will also receive dinner and a free haircut courtesy of D'Image Bilingual School of Cosmetology.

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