Each year, the Freedom Festival sponsors multiple educational contests in the areas of Art, Essays, Speech, Storytelling, and Video. This year’s deadline is November 14th. For more information, please visit the contest site or view the downloadable pdf.
Before graduating from PHS in 2005, Erin Robertson took multiple clothing and design classes and spent many hours in the sewing room… and her hard work is paying off. With a BFA in Fashion Design and Fiber Art, she landed a spot competing on this season of Project Runway. Follow her progress via articles like […]
Another PHS group to compete last weekend was the JROTC Ranger Team. They headed to St. George to participate in an obstacle course competition against ten schools from Utah and Nevada. They brought home a 1st place trophy in the Caterpillar Traverse event, and Charice Beaumont took 2nd place in the Female Push-up competition by […]
Last weekend, PHS Drama competed in the Shakespeare Competition in Cedar City. They had some wonderful experiences performing and watching the works of the Bard for two and a half days. This was the 40th year of the competition, with over 3,000 students competing from all over the western United States. The PHS team placed […]
The October/November 2016 edition of Scholastic Art features an article written by our very own James Rees. The article details the steps of designing a visual campaign while offering great tips like targeting your audience and simplifying your message. Ready to get your creative on? Then check out the article, or watch the video. You […]
Talent and creativity abound at Provo High– attributes shared by students and staff alike. Among the latter is Lisa Rowley. She and her cafeteria crew work hard every day to bring to life out-of-the-box ideas that engage students in healthy food choices. Check out those efforts and artistry in this article featured by the Daily […]