There will be a field trip to the University of Utah on the 10th of April. Grades 10-12 are welcome to attend this guided tour led by the University's Presidential Ambassadors. Times are from 8:30am - 1:30pm, and bus and lunch will be provided. Permission slips and sign-up sheets are available in the Career Center Rm 103. Go Utes!!
Did you know you can see your student's grades, attendance, and other important information on the PARENT PORTAL? Quick access to the portal is available by clicking the teal colored button to the right of this page. Additionally, instructions on how to set up Parent Portal are available in both English and Spanish by clicking below.
Parent Portal (English)
Parent Portal (Spanish)
Additional parent information can be accessed here:
The Utah Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy (UJ$C) and America First Credit Union (AFCU) are proud to sponsor up to six, $1,250 scholarships for Utah high school students, graduating class of 2017. Complete scholarship information is included in the document below.
The Utah Jump$tart Scholarship Competition will be open from January 2, 2017 thru March 17, 2017 at 6:00 PM, and is designed to recognize students who can demonstrate a solid understanding of financial literacy concepts and are pursuing a post-secondary education. If you have any questions about the Utah Jump$tart Scholarship Competition, please contact Anna Tibbitts at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Still deciding if you want to be an Aggie? Be an Aggie for a day. Spend the day at USU- meet new friends, get to know professors, meet with faculty and students in your major, and enjoy famous Aggie ice cream. Register by May 16, or until full.
Seniors, you can apply to be recognized as a Utah Scholar and receive a certificate and medallion for graduation. Application deadline is March 31st. More information can be found here:
Salt Lake Community College will be hosting DIGIFORGE (Careers in Technology) on March 14th at the South City Campus, 1st, 2nd & 3rd periods. If you know of any students that are interested in this field and would like to attend, please send them down to the Career Center (room 103) to register. If we have enough students attending, a bus will be provided. Registration closes on March 3rd. Applications below.
Utah State University Society of Women Engineers is providing a day in the life of an engineer for girls in grades 9-11. Explore engineering by performing experiments, talking to professors, browsing the club fair and meeting current students. Visit the USU Observatory and learn about the wolves of Yellowstone before diving into programming circuitry, DNA, structures, and so much more!
Registration is $15 and includes food and lodging at the USU Logan Campus. Registration will be capped at 75 students and closes March 25th. Find out more information and register at:
CODE TO SUCCESS offers summer coding boot-camps for high school aged students – and it is absolutely free. Come gain new skills, collaborate with like-minded peers, and make connections in higher education and the tech industry. The program runs from June 12 - August 15, Monday - Thursday, 8am-12pm. Check out the attachment below for more details.
FBI Salt Lake City Division and #YouthAmbassadors4Change present "Change Your Perspective." Grades 9 and above are invited to the symposium to discuss the topics of: human sex trafficking, suicide prevention, opiate abuse, cyber crimes, and sextortion. Lunch will be provided, and Kadi Correia (Activist and Model) will be the keynote speaker. The event will be held Saturday, March 25 from 9am-4:30pm at West High School (241 N. 300 W., SLC, Utah 84103). Please print and fill out the forms below for admission and free TRAX travel.
For students and parents to see all the GTI has to offer in the way of Career & Technical Education (CTE). More info below:
Planning to attend college in 2017? Check out these free workshops for Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Detailed information in the document below:
The UAEOP Judy Anderson Student Scholarship is designed to assist business education students who wish to continue their education and pursue office related careers, preferably in the educational field. The scholarship is valued at $500.
For more information, and to apply:
The Pacific Islander High School Conference is March 16, 2017 at the Salt Lake Community College from 8:30am - 1:30pm with a check-in from 7:30am - 8:30am.
Salt Lake Community College
Taylorsville Redwood Campus
4600 S Redwood Road, Salt Lake City
Breakout sessions include:
- Financial aid
- College readiness
- Career advising
- Student panels
Seating is limited.
Register by March 2, 2017 at bit.ly/pacificislander2017
Business or cultural attire encouraged (no gym clothes, please).
SLCC Admissions representatives will deliver posters and handouts.
If you have any questions, contact Tevita Hola at email@example.com or 801-957-3713.
UVU's scholarship deadline is February 1st. Students are guaranteed an academic merit scholarship if they meet the requirements and are admitted by the February 1st deadline. If they’ve applied before February 1st and their transcript and ACT scores are postmarked by the deadline, that is also fine, but we’d rather not have them wait until the last minute. All other scholarships (departmental, need based, leadership, honors, etc.) require an application that can only be filled out after a student is admitted. Those are due on February 1st as well, so students who wait until the very end of January to send everything in will likely miss out on those opportunities.
Students interested in our Wolverine Ambassador Program can apply here. All students interested in UVU, especially students considering applying for the ambassador program are invited to attend our Wolverine Weekend on January 21st.
AP tests can now be paid for on the Cyprus High Bookstore or at the Cyprus High WebStore.
Each test cost $93 dollars. To have a test ordered, $15 dollars for each test must to be paid by March 17th. If you are on a fee waiver or free or reduced lunch the cost for each test is $53 dollars. Final payment for each test that will be taken must be paid for by April 21st. All AP students will receive the Bulletin for AP Students and Parents in their AP classes. Please read the information provided.
You may contact the Cyprus High School Counseling Center at 385-646-5302 with any questions or concerns.