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    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.

Headlines and Announcements

  • Freshman Hailey Tolbert Wins Big at Science Fair

    Freshman Hailey Tolbert won awards in the following categories in this year's science fair competition: American Meteorological Society Award, National Oceanic & Atmosphere Association Award, and US Stockholm Water Project Award. Congrats, Hailey! Way to represent Wasatch!

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  • Drew Camps-Wofford Named WHS's Kati Fischer Teacher of the Year

    Mrs. Drew Camps-Wofford is Wasatch High School’s Kati Fischer Teacher of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year. Mrs. Camps-Wofford is an excellent teacher and colleague. She has been exemplary in her contributions both during the school day and after school, working as an athletics coach and student government advisor. Mrs. Camps-Wofford is knowledgeable in her field and makes her content relatable to her students. Each learner will find the content studied in her classes relevant to their experiences. Most importantly, Mrs. Camps-Wofford recognizes each student. Her caring, fun personality makes her the perfect fit for her current teaching assignment. Please join us in congratulating Mrs. Camps-Wofford as this year’s WHS Teacher of the Year.

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  • Brady Tree Awarded UCET's Innovative Teacher Award

    Brady Tree has been a Math teacher at WHSl for seven years. He has been instrumental in transforming the math department by improving student achievement through the use of technology. Brady has pioneered a math data collection system at WHS for students and teachers to track progress for each math standard. Additionally, he has facilitated a Tier III Math Intervention for students entering the high school below grade level in numeracy. Above all, Mr. Tree’s innovative leadership has provided a model blended classroom that his PLC and colleagues have successfully implemented, while continuing to improve student achievement.

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  • WHS Teacher Jimmy Hansen Named Wasatch Parent Network Teacher of the Month

    We'd like to announce our WHS Wasatch Parent Network March Teacher of the Month: Jimmy Hansen. Jimmy Hansen is a phenomenal teacher. Not only does he excel in the classroom, but he accepts and exceeds expectations in many other assignments, including early morning ACT prep, Fall and Spring sports. Jimmy has a talent for effective communication and building professional but warm relationships with colleagues, students, and parents . He is a man of impeccable character. He shows passion and dedication to learning and teaching and he is one of the best at Wasatch High School. Congratulations to Jimmy Hansen and thank you to our WPN.

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  • WHS Teacher Kim Foy Named Wasatch Parent Network Teacher of the Month

    Congratulations to Kim Foy, who was named the first Wasatch High WPN Teacher of the Month. Kim Foy teaches in the ELL Department at WHS. Not only does Kim excel in the classroom, but she goes beyond the mark as she nurtures and drives her students. She takes students from learning English though graduation and beyond. She has made connections with students that they will remember throughout their lives. Wasatch High School is a better place because of Kim Foy.

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  • WHS Senior Bianca Salgado Alvarado Recipient of University of Utah's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Leadership Award!

    Congratulations to Wasatch High School senior, Bianca Salgado Alvarado, on being one of this year's recipients of The University of Utah's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Youth Leadership Award!...“Trouble isn’t always bad; sometimes we have to fight against what everyone else is doing so we can make positive change in the world around us…”

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  • Wasatch HS Cadets Receive Air Force Junior ROTC Flight Academy Scholarship

    Two Air Force Junior ROTC cadets at Wasatch High School have received scholarships to attend an accredited aviation university participating in a private pilot license training program in the summer of 2021.

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  • WHS Sterling Scholars Named

    Congratulations to this year's WHS Sterling Scholars!

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  • Wasatch CAPS Students Raise Awareness Around Harmful Habits

    Wasatch CAPS students Casey Anderson and Tristan Robison worked with our district nurse, Liz Charles, to plan a Wasatch Wellness Informational Lunch Session for students. Any heath science student was able to sign up and attend. Our guest speakers, Heber PD Officers Brandon Russell and Steve Mecham, spoke to students about the importance of our current choices and about avoiding the long-term consequences of addiction. Thanks, Casey, Tristan, Mrs. Charles, and Mr. Sproul for organizing things. And, a huge thanks to our Heber officers for spending time at WHS today!

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  • Wasatch CAPS Students Design New Ambulance Wrap

    Wasatch CAPS students Carrie Luke and Anzlei Larsen helped to design the new wraps recently added to vehicles for the Wasatch Fire District. When you notice those vehichles around town, know that Wasatch Wasps had a hand in making it happen!

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  • Wasatch Alum Millie Baker At West Point Military Academy

    Wasatch Alum Millie Baker (Class of 2017) is now a senior at West Point Military Academy. This week, West Point seniors received their branch assignments. Millie was assigned to be an Armor Officer. Less than 600 women in the army are in Armor and only a handful of those are officers. Well done, Millie! Know Wasatch is cheering you on! (Note: Millie is on the left in the accompanying photo.)

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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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