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.
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.
Cottonwood High’s improvisation team to offer family-friendly, fun live entertainment this holiday season.
This winter, Brighton High students will contribute to the Tyler Robinson Foundation, a foundation set up for a former Brighton student.
In November, voters approved a $283 million bond to modernize and upgrade Canyons School District schools. Construction is expected to begin by June.
Olympus Junior High students take the Lexus Eco Challenge with confidence and excitement. Science teacher JoAnne Brown is so proud of her students on the Boreal Toad and PharmaSisters teams this year. Their winning streak is running high with 18 wins over the past decade. Read more here about the rewards the students and the school are likely to win.
Butler eighth-graders learn during the mock real-world setting how to balance careers and family all on a set budget.
A spectacular Utah refugee benefit performance, “The Power of One,” was put on by students from local schools. The Olympus High School and East High glee team provided a message of love and hope to refugees and community members. The performance was held on Oct. 30 at Olympus High School, directed by Vicki Belnap, Olympus High choir director.
Hundreds of Canyons students try debate and speech in expanding middle school program.