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  • Principal Tod Johnson Principal Tod Johnson
     
    Welcome to Wasatch High School. At our school, excellence is not just a slogan, but a collective expectation pursued by every student. With over 250 course offerings, there are limitless possibilities for students to explore electives and extracurricular activities in addition to their core and academic course work. Our ambition is for every student to be college, career, and community ready by the time they graduate. This can only be accomplished through a collaborative effort between students, parents, teachers, counselors, and administrators. At Wasatch, every student has access to success in accomplishing their goals and preparing for the future. At Wasatch, we expect to excel.
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  • Running for Student Gov for 2020/2021 School Year

    If you’re interested in running for Student Government for the 2020/2021 school year, send an email to rebecca.wilhite@wasatch.edu and you’ll be placed in the Canvas course where all the information can be found.

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  • Wasatch Students Sweep at Educators Rising State Competition

    Congratulations to the Wasatch High School students who competed in the Educators Rising State Championships on March 3. Click on the headline to read all about it!

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  • Sadie McCotter Selected as Business/Marketing Student of the Quarter

    Wright Orthodontics and The Wasatch High School Business and Marketing Department are pleased to announce that Sadie McCotter has been selected as the Business/Marketing Student of the quarter for the second term of the 2019-20 school year. Sadie will receive $150 from Wright Orthodontics through the Wasatch Education Foundation. Sadie is a senior and is the daughter of Stacee and Tate McCotter. (Please click on the story headline to continue reading.)

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  • It’s a SWEEP! WHS Cheerleaders claim three 5A state titles

    2020 Central Region 5A Champions, Wasatch High School Cheer team, competed in the Utah State Cheer Competition on Saturday at Salt Lake Community College where they competed in three categories, Pom Routine, Fight Song, and Sideline/Timeout Cheer and won state titles in all three. (To continue reading, please click on the article headline.)

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  • WHS JROTC Advances to Second Round of Academic Bowl

    On November 20th, cadets from Wasatch High School Air Force Junior ROTC put their minds to the test in the Level 1 Academic Bowl competition. The JROTC Leadership & Academic Bowl (JLAB) is a nationally recognized academic competition created exclusively for JROTC students. By participating, cadets learn the values of citizenship, academic competition, and college opportunity.

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  • Wasatch Alum Avery Tanner came to speak to students today

    In April, Avery fell 25 feet, while rappelling with her prom group. Avery suffered a severe brain injury, and after waking from a coma, had to learn how to walk and talk again. Avery talked today about how everyone goes through hard things and about how important it is to never lose hope. "Be a fighter," Avery said, as you work to overcome the hard times in your life. "Remember, you all have a voice. Speak up. And, live your life, because you never know what could be ahead."

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  • WHS Marching Band Finishes Season on a High Note

    At state, we had to go up against 18 total 5A bands. Even at state competition, our band managed to be 8th place. Our percussion took 2nd place just two-tenths of a point behind Farmington High School.

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  • Wasatch AF JROTC Cadets Win in St. George

    On November 16th, 25 cadets from WHS's Air Force Junior ROTC Raider Team traveled to St George and competed in the Dixie Air Force Obstacle Course Challenge. The Raider Team is a physical fitness club that focuses on building mental and physical strength. It promotes teamwork, self-discipline, and helps develop leadership and followership skills. The team works out 2-3 days a week doing things like running, tire flipping, push-ups/sit-ups, and weights.

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  • WHS Concurrent Enrollment Students Learn About Bilingual Career Opportunities

    On October 30, Spanish students from Wasatch High School were invited to an event hosted by UVU Concurrent Enrollment Program.

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  • See Something, Say Something

    With increasing evidence related to the dangers of vaping, all students and parents are asked to be on the lookout for these products. Along with drugs, alcohol, and tobacco, WHS has a zero tolerance policy for vaping. Report the use or possession of any of these products immediately to school administration.

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