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 purpose of the National Scholarship Funds is to assist Tongan-American students in completing their higher education. National Tongan American Scholarships (NTAS) are available on a competitive basis to undergraduate and graduate students of Tongan background, and must be a Utah resident. Awards normally range from $100 to $500.
Open the PDF below for more information and to apply.
If you received a Keys to Success recognition this year you may qualify for a scholarship. There are five separate scholarships offered:
Utah Valley University $1000
Paul Mitchell the School $1000
Trey Seyes (STEM award) $1000
PermaPlate/U of U $1000
Southern Utah University $1000
The deadline for applications is Monday, April 24th. For more information visit:
As we approach the end of the school year, here are a few important dates to be aware of:
4/21: AP Test payment due.
4/28: Online coursework through Granite Connections must be completed.
5/01: Last day to pick up packets for Credit Recovery.
5/12: Online proctored finals through Granite Connections must be completed.
5/12: Last day to turn in Credit Recovery packets.
5/18: Testing for Credit Recovery must be finished by 3pm.
5/26: Last day of school.
5/26: Deadline to enroll for Summer online classes.
6/02: Tuition due for Summer online classes.
Students looking to improve their CPA (citizenship) may receive two 4's for each Saturday attended. Students MUST pay Julie the bookkeeper $5 and take their receipt to Ms. Kartchner in room 321 BEFORE the upcoming Saturday they wish to attend. Dates for Saturday School are 4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13, and 5/20. Students must bring something to work on (homework, packets, school assignments, etc.), and stay the entire 8am-12pm block.