PCHS News & Announcements
End of Quarter 3: March 16
Quarter 3 ended on Thursday, March 16. Quarter 3 Report Cards will be uploaded into PowerSchool no later than Friday, March 24. When the report cards are ready, parents and students will receive a notification via email. At that time, you will be able to log into PowerSchool to view and print the report card as needed. Click this headline title for more information and the link to PowerSchool.
School Enrollment for the 2023-24 School Year
Beginning March 1st, the district will begin processing student enrollments for the 2023-24 school year. Currently enrolled families will be receiving "snapcode" emails instructing them to update their student’s enrollment information for the 2023-2024 school year. New families (not currently enrolled in a district school) will be able to begin the New Student Enrollment process. For information, click the title above.
It’s all about the team
Two Juniors earned state champion status: Izzy Morris in Varsity Lincoln Douglas, a debate format modeled after the famous 1958 debate between the Illinois Democratic Senator Stephen Douglas and the Republican challenger Abraham Lincoln - and Noah Canada in Foreign Extemporaneous Speaking, where debaters are presented a choice of three questions on international current events and are then given 30 minutes to research and prepare for a seven-minute speech.
PCHS Student Wins Skimo World Championship
A PCHS junior, Briley competed in four categories and ultimately won the U18 individual race category for ski mountaineering, which is simply climbing and skiing mountains. He completed the course with a time of 54:44.4; the next closest competitor was a minute and twenty-one seconds behind his pace.
Award-winning National Geographic photographer visits PCHS
Park City High School students had the opportunity to listen to an award-winning National Geographic photographer during an assembly hosted by the Park City Art Institute on March 3.
The Utah Restaurant Association oversees Utah’s ProStart program and judges students on creating a business plan, menu planning, knife safety, and the taste of the meal. Students prepared a three-course meal consisting of an appetizer, entrée, and dessert in 60 minutes using only three burners and no electricity.