Park City School District
Park City School District
Summer school registration now open

Master Planning Options Presented to Board

Future of Learning logoMaster planning options were recently presented to the Board of Education, culminating the work of seven months of work by students, parents, teachers, and community members. View the options and the pros and cons by clicking here.

View the grade alignment survey results here.

The Board of Education will discuss the master plan options at a work session on Tuesday, June 4, at 9 a.m. at the District Office.

For more information about the district’s master planning efforts click here.

2019-20 Kindergarten Registration Now Open

Please click on the link below for your boundary school and register through InfoSnap

Parent's Guide to Standards-Based Learning

SBL LogoAs Park City School District transforms schools to meet the needs of the future, it is critical we examine the ways we prepare and engage students. Assessments and grades are two ways we provide feedback on student performance. We believe grades should reflect the proficiency of a student in relation to a specific standard. ”Standards-based learning” is a method of providing feedback that is purely academic in nature and a more accurate reflection of what the student actually knows and can do. The parent guide below provides parents the rationale to why we are transitioning to standards-based learning in Park City School District.
Parent Guide/Guia de clarificación dirigida a los padres:
RESOURCES
For more information, resources, and research please visit our Teaching & Learning page here.

Congratulations Class of 2019

PCHS logo revisedSome 366 graduates comprised the Class of 2019 as it graduated from Park City High on Friday, May 31, during graduation ceremonies at Dozier Field. Our graduates have received more than $13.5 million in scholarships. Park City High has graduates will be attending every college and university in Utah, as well as out-of-state universities such as: Auburn, Baylor, Cal Poly, Cornell, Dartmouth, Georgetown, Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine, Stanford, UCLA, Vanderbilt, Villanova, and Washington & Lee. Some graduates say they will be taking a gap year to travel the world, serve missions for their church, or enlist in the military.