Canyons District’s alternative high school has launched its first-ever schoolwide donation drive. Diamond Ridge High, founded in 2015, is using the online platform SuccessFund to gather the donations throughout October. By Oct. 31, the school, which has an enrollment of about 100 students and is housed at the campus of
The beating heart of Diamond Ridge High now hangs on permanent display at the school in the form of a colorful mural inspired by the rock art of southern Utah. Traditionally, the hearta muscular depiction of which is the focus of the student-made muralis the seat of emotion. For some
High school graduation is a rite of passage, a time for celebrating academic achievement, and an opportunity to spotlight our exceptional students and faculty. It’s one of those can’t-miss events, so mark your calendars now! The District’s five traditional high schools will all perform commencement rites on Tuesday, June 5.
Canyons District has announced the dates and times of its 2016 high school graduation ceremonies. History also will be made this spring when Diamond Ridge High, Canyons’ new alternative high, holds graduation ceremonies for the first time. The first cohort of students at Diamond Ridge, now housed at the Canyons
Diamond Ridge High has fierce new logo, colors Â and a ferocious mascot to match. Â The Canyons Board of Education recently embraced the new logo, which will be used by the new alternative high school as it moves forward with its mission of providing an alternative learning environment for