Canyon School District schools serve community through food, clothing and other drives.
MATHCOUNTS offers middle school students an opportunity to enhance their classroom learning through story problem competition.
Four Canyons School District staff members were nominated for the national LifeChanger of the Year award.
During their homeroom period, Juan Diego Catholic High students read for the enjoyment of reading and as a result, comprehension and test scores are increasing.
With approval of voters, Canyons School District will rebuild two high schools amongst 11 construction projects while continuing to offer many opportunities and services to students and the community.
Draper students honor veterans through words and songs at schools’ Veterans Day ceremonies.
In November, voters approved a $283 million bond to modernize and upgrade Canyons School District schools and construction is expected to begin by June.
Willow Springs Elementary students are encouraged to wear costumes representing their favorite literary characters on Halloween.
Alta High senior Nate Brown, who is Alta High’s only National Merit Scholarship semifinalist, and 35 other seniors currently are enrolled in Alta High-University of Utah’s partnership, Step2theU, where they are enrolled in college courses to earn a general education certificate.
Hundreds of Canyons students try debate and speech in expanding middle school program.