Alpine School District High Schools

There are currently 9 High Schools in the Alpine School District.

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American Fork High School

Principal:
Doug Finch
Address:
510 N 600 E American Fork, Ut 84003
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Mascot:
Cavemen
School Colors:
Red and Black
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About American Fork High School

American Fork High School was founded in 1902. It was the first high school in the northern Utah County area and serves students in the American Fork, and Highland communities. Its mascot is the Caveman.

Students at AFHS excel in academics with more than 60% of the students participating in honors or advance classes. Classes in fine arts, performing arts, AP subjects and Concurrent enrollment provided a diverse and challenging curriculum for students to become prepared for post high school opportunities.

84% of the students are involved with extracurricular activities. Students have a variety of extracurricular clubs include DECA, Dance Company, Drill team, HOSA, NHS to participate in.

AFHS is a 5A school and sponsors the following sports: basketball, cross country, track, baseball, football, tennis, volleyball, golf, swimming and wrestling.Students have represented the community of AF by participating in activities in the state and the national level.

Awards & Achievements

  • AFHS’s Cheer squad took 1st place at Cheerleading National 2011-2012.
  • Cross Country took 2nd place at Nike Cross Nationals; state title 4 years in a row.
  • Girls Basketball State Champions 2008-2009.
  • Baseball State Champions 2011-2012.
  • Marching Band award winning program – invitations to Rose Parade, Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade and President George Bush’s inaugural parade.

American Fork High’s Mission Statement:

Preparing our students for college, career and for service to the community.

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Lehi High School

Principal:
Dave Mower
Address:
180 N 500 E Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
Pioneer Pete
School Colors:
Purple and White
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About Lehi High

Lehi High School: The current Lehi High School building was dedicated on January 21, 1960 with Dale Price named as its first principal. There is only one high school located in Lehi, Utah and the community is very supportive and loyal of its school and its traditions. The first mascot of Lehi in 1908 was the Wolverine. In 1929 it was changed to the “Pelicans” and five years later the student body of Lehi High school voted to make “Pioneer” as their mascot which is still current today.

Even through it continues to grow, Lehi is still a tight knit community with family, education and traditions at its core.

Awards & Achievements

  • One million dollars in scholarships awarded in 2012.
  • National FFA 1st and 2nd place winners.Lehi’s FFA Chapter is in the top 10% in the nation.
  • Lehi Marching Band performed in the Washington DC 4th of July Freedom Parade.
  • Students in the Chinese Program place 1st in State Competition and 2nd place in Regional Competition in Baltimore Maryland.
  • Lehi High School has been educating students for over 100 years.

Lehi High’s Mission Statement:

Educating the Pioneers of the Future

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Lone Peak High School

Principal:
Rhonda Bromley
Address:
10189 N 4800 W Highland, UT 84004
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Mascot:
Knights
School Colors:
Metallic Gold, Maroon & Black
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About Lone Peak High

Lone Peak High School opened in the fall 1997. Currently, 2,343 students call Lone Peak home. The school’s boundaries include the communities of Alpine, parts of Highland and Cedar Hills, Utah. Since its opening, Lone Peak High has established strong traditions of excellence in academics and extra-curricular activities. With the support of strong PTSA and School Community Councils, the students and faculty are constantly being challenged to make the best even better.

From 2002 to the present, US News listed Lone Peak as one of “America’s Best High Schools”. In 2009, Lone Peak was recognized as the State of Utah’s “Parent Choice” High School. In 2012 Lone Peak was ranked 5th among all Utah schools with 49% of its students enrolled in AP courses and 42% of its students passing AP courses.

The Deseret News also recognized Lone Peak in 2012 in an article entitled “Utah’s Smartest Schools”. In the article, Lone Peak was ranked as having the 11th highest proficiency rates on Criterion Referenced Tests with an overall proficiency of 82.4%. Lone Peak was one of only three Utah schools to be recognized among the top 15 Utah schools in both articles. Among schools of similar demographics, Lone Peak students perform at the top in Language Arts and Science, and are second in tested Math classes.

Awards & Achievements

  • Boys Basketball State Championships in 2001, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012 and ranked 1st in the nation for 2012-13 by MaxPreps Sports.
  • Marching Band State Championships in 2009, 2012.
  • 2000-2001and 2004-05 Desert News All-Sports Champions.
  • Tennis State Championships in 2011, 2012.
  • 114 Region Championships and 61 UHSAA State Final Appearances.

Lone Peak High’s Mission Statement:

Committing Minds to Inquiry, Hearts to Compassion, and Lives to Service of Mankind

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Mountain View High School

Principal:
Taran Chun
Address:
665 W Center st Orem, UT 84057
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Mascot:
Bruins
School Colors:
Cardinal, White and Gold
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About Mountain View High

Mountain View High School was built in 1980 and has proudly served the South Orem area since that time. We currently serve around 1300 10-12th grade students, but the school has varied between the current numbers to over 2500 students over its 32 year history.

Mountain view has a rich tradition in academics, excellence, and the arts. We have consistently been ranked as a top high school through a number of different measures including US News and World Report, AP pass rates, end of course testing, and most recently the new UCAS report card.

In addition, Mountain View has won 85 state championships in athletics over its history making it one of the most decorated schools in Utah History. We also proudly host first class music and drama programs that are among the top in the state.

Awards & Achievements:

  • US News and World Report top school.
  • UCAS top ten percentile.
  • 85 State Championships.
  • 83% of graduates take a college level class.
  • Top Choir, Band, and Drama programs.

Mountain View High’s Mission Statement:

Lifelong Learning for a Changing Society

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Orem High School

Principal:
Mike Browning
Address:
175 S 400 E Orem, UT 84097
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Mascot:
Golden Tiger
School Colors:
Blue and Gold
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About Orem High

Orem High School: During the 1950′s, the growth of the Orem community was such, that a new and larger high school building was needed. Consequently, the new Orem High School was built in 1956 on 42 acres for a cost of about two million dollars to accommodate 1,500 students. The first class of 174 students was graduated in 1957. The first principal was Leeman Bennett who has been followed by Clifton Pyne, Berdean Jarman, John Childs, John Spencer, Jane Lindhout and is currently led by Michael Browning.

In 2010, Orem High reluctantly said goodbye to the original building which had served the students and faculty so well for over 54 years. A new, striking, three story facility was built on the south end of the campus property. The impressive brick and aluminum exterior encloses an open and airy interior due to the many windows that allow natural light to fillalmost every space in the building. Many of the traditional elements in the original building have been carried over to the new school including the Orem Tiger floor medallion, the golden tiger statue as well as dozens of framed photos from school yearbooks throughout the history of Orem High hung in every hall way. It is a beautiful and impressive new home to the tradition of excellence that is Orem High School and will serve its students for decades to come.

A teacher best described Orem High and all it represents with these words. “Orem High School is truly a one of a kind establishment. The faculty and staff are unique and have been since its inception. It is a diversified staff from many backgrounds and fields of study. There is mutual respect and admiration among both teachers and staff. It is this bond that makes Orem special. It is an honor to be a part of this tradition… This is the unique quality of Orem High. It is the reason others apply to come here. It is one of the reasons why students transfer here. It is the reason why graduates are proud to say they are from Orem High School.”

Awards & Achievements

  • We have the highest graduation rate in Alpine School District
  • The class of 2012 had just under 3.8 million dollars awarded in scholarships
  • Utah 4A Boys Basketball 2012 State Champions (first time in schools history)
  • Utah 4A Girls Track & Field 2012 State Champions
  • 2012 All Major Performing Groups received Superior Ratings at State.

Orem High’s Mission Statement:

Student Achievement is Our Business… Our Only Business!

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Pleasant Grove High School

Principal:
Tim Brantley
Address:
700 E 200 S Pleasant Grove, UT 84062
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Mascot:
Mighty Vikings
School Colors:
Blue and White
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About Pleasant Grove High

Pleasant Grove High School’s first graduating class was in 1912 where twelve students received their diploma. In 1920 the first true high school building was constructed and in 1921 the “G” was placed on the Mountain. We light up the “G” during graduation, homecoming and after winning state championships. The once small school is now a large 5A high school with nearly 2,000 Vikings in attendance.

Awards & Achievements

  • Ranked as one of the top five high schools in the state by US News and World Report.
  • Second highest UCASS scores out of the 4A and 5A high schools in the state.
  • 34 graduates last year also earned an associates degree.
  • 5A State Volleyball Champions
  • 5A State Wrestling Champions

Pleasant Grove High’s Mission Statement:

“Pleasant Grove High School is dedicated to assisting students as they navigate life through learning.”

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Timpanogos High School

Principal:
Theron Murphy
Address:
1450 N 200 E Orem, UT 84057
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Mascot:
Timberwolves
School Colors:
Hunter Green, Navy Blue
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About Timpanogos High

Timpanogos High School One of three high schools in Orem, Utah, Timpanogos High School was opened in 1996 and is housed in a beautiful facility at the foot of majestic Mount Timpanogos.

We are Timpanogos High School – A Community of One Striving for Excellence.

As you make your way onto our school grounds and through the main entrance doors, We hope you will note a clean, warm, and welcoming campus. We take great pride in the cleanliness of our school facility and the message of excellence it conveys to stakeholders. As you observe and interact with our student body, we are confident you will sense a unique and special feeling. Student leadership teams have made great efforts to create and pursue their Vision – a school where every student feels valued and accepted for who they are, where differences are accepted and embraced, and where every day is “A Great Day to Be a T-Wolf!”

As a learning community, We believe in and pursue a shared mission, vision, values, and goals. Student learning is our top priority. We are certain you will find evidences that are indicative of our journey to help all students become competent in every area of their educational experience and move toward the goal of excellence. It is our vision that all students learn at high levels, and consequently, earn a high school diploma and plan for post-secondary education or specialized training.

We understand that high performance, and the achievement of our school’s mission and vision hinge on our attitudes and behaviors. Consequently, we strive to secure and protect a healthy culture, one that allows for continuous improvement. We are grateful to the many educators, staff, students, and parents who have been instrumental in sculpting Timpanogos into one of Utah’s flagship high schools.

Awards & Achievements

  • 2009-10 – Newsweek Magazine placed Timpanogos High School in the top 6% of its Nation’s schools. The ranking was based on the strength of our advance placement program.
  • 2011-12 – U.S. News and World Report recognized Timpangos High School 3rd in state for the strength of our advanced placement program.
  • 2012 – Timpanogos High School students scored in the 91st percentile on the (UCAS) Utah Comprehensive Accountability System. This score placed Timpanogos 1st among 4A schools, and 3rd among 5A schools.
  • Regardless of differences, all students at Timpanogos are valued, respected, and accepted for who they are.
  • 3.61 is the average GPA of all student-athletes at Timpanogos High School. Student athletes and coaches strive for EXCELLENCE in academics, character, and performance.

Timpanogos High’s Mission Statement:

We are Timpanogos High School.
A Community of One Striving for EXCELLENCE! Our mission is to empower all students to become life-long learners and contribute to society.

Our vision is that all students …
… learn how to learn, and learn at high levels
… develop an intrinsic love for learning
… achieve competency in every area of their educational experience and move toward excellence
… earn a high school diploma and plan for post-secondary education or specialized training (college and career readiness – 21st century skills)
… value, respect, and accept others’ unique individuality and know that they too are valued, respected, and accepted for who they are
… feel that every day is “A Great Day to be a T-wolf!”

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Westlake High School

Principal:
Fred Openshaw
Address:
99 N 200 W Saratoga Springs, UT 84045
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Mascot:
Thunder
School Colors:
Columbia Blue, Navy Blue & Vegas Gold
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About Westlake High

Westlake High School: After 3 years of construction, Westlake High School opened its doors for the first time in 2009 to over 1750 students. It serves the Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain and Cedar Fort/Fairfield areas. The northwest communities of Utah County were eager to see this school open and serve the students of the area.

Westlake High brings fun, excitement and new opportunities to all students. Now, in our fourth year, we have 9th through 12th grade students with a total student body count of 2510. We are excited for many more years to come because the mighty Thunder has just begun!

Awards & Achievements:

  • Developing a school where students feel there is an adult that cares for them.
  • Westlake’s credit recovery program is extremely strong and is helping students recover numerous credits that have been lost.
  • Prostart and FFA programs are recognized as some of our top programs.
  • Ballroom continues to grow and become a very popular program at Westlake.
  • 4A State Marching Band in 2012.

Westlake High’s Mission Statement:

Westlake’s Mission Statement is “Lux et Virtus”, which is latin for “Light and Excellence”.

The Westlake Community believes that:

1. Our students will become leaders and model citizens in our democracy.
2. Our students will be prepared to excel at future educational and life opportunities.
3. Our students and staff will be skilled with innovative thought and creative solutions.

Westlake High School will be an academy for the fostering of knowledge and skill mastery guided by creative thought.

A Graduate of Westlake High School will be: Charged with knowledge, ingrained with skill, and infused with creativity.

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Polaris High School

Principal:
Lori Thorn
Address:
1551 W. 1000 S. Orem, UT 84058
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Mascot:
Titans
School Colors:
Navy & Silver
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About Polaris High

Polaris High School is the new alternative school for Alpine District. Polaris serves students who are at risk of not graduating because they are behind in credit. At Polaris a student can earn 9.25 credits in a year and students are scheduled for classes that they may only have .25 credit to make up.

Class sizes are smaller and Monday through Thursday students attend 8 class periods of direct instruction that are 45 minutes long. Friday classes are different and also include an advisory class. Students can also make up NC’s earned at their previous school. Students have a great opportunity to make their goal of Graduation a reality!

Awards & Achievements

  • Early data shows that Polaris students have earned 312% more credit than similar students earned last year doing packets alone.

Polaris High’s Mission Statement:

Learning for Life! Together we achieve success!

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New Lehi High School

Principal:
To be Announced
Address:
Center Street Lehi, UT 84043
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Mascot:
TBA
School Colors:
TBA
Homepage:
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