On October 29, the Provo Chapter of National Honor Society, along with members of other organizations, had the privilege of cooperating with the American Legion in building a home for a homeless veteran. Students were very involved and engaged throughout the process and had the opportunity to work alongside the veteran. NHS volunteers learned valuable […]
Seeds of Success is a BYU program that provides free academic tutoring in multiple subject areas. Below is a letter from the organization outlining the details of the program and how to get your student set up with tutoring. Contact info is also provided, should you have additional questions. To the Parents of the Provo […]
This year, the Provo School District Foundation once again awarded mini-grants to teachers in the district. In order to receive these mini-grants, teachers had to explain their idea for an innovative project within a two-page application. This application was then sent to the Provo School District Foundation Selection Committee, who decided on 11 mini-grant winners […]
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 […]