Inspiring a Community of Pioneers to Higher Levels of Learning
Monday, October 7th (B)
Secondary 2 Math @ Mtn. America Expo Center 9:00 am

Tuesday, October 8th (A)
SCC Meeting 12:00 pm
USU Campus Tour 6:30 am
FFA @ Snow College Judging State Contest (All Day)
Skills USA Fall Leadership Conference (All Day)
ACT Prep (English) 2:30 pm
Volleyball @ Mtn. View 6:00 pm
Marching Band @ BYU - Band Performs @ 6:25 pm

Wednesday, October 9th (B)
ACT Prep (English) 2:30 pm
Sophomore Football vs Springville 5:30 pm

Thursday, October 10th (A)
Girl's 5A Soccer Tournament Starts
State Tennis @ Liberty Park (All Day)
ACT Prep (English) 2:30 pm
Football @ Taylorsville 7:00 pm

Friday, October 11th (B)
Cross Country @ Mtn. View High School 4:00 pm
Sophomore and JV Volleyball @ Lone Peak 2:30 pm

Saturday, October 12th
Boys Bantam Basketball Tryouts 12:30 pm
Marching Band @ Herriman - Band Performs @ 11:45 am
Winter Coache's Training @ Pleasant Grove 8:00 am
State Girl's Tennis (All Day)
LHS News
The HOSA (Future Health Professions) Presidency attended the annual Utah Leadership Conference on October 1st accompanied by their advisors Dan Rice and Janice Bentley.
Christian Moody, Bri White, Jada Garza, Tamara Yabar, Christine Layne(President), Andy Nieto, Carsten Adair, and Grant Livaudais.
They spent the day learning how to be effective leaders, meeting members from other schools around the state and planning activities for they upcoming year.
The state HOSA competition is in March and students will start preparing to compete in a variety of events such as biomedical debate, medical innovations, persuasive writing, public speaking, medical knowledge tests, public health, etc.
We are exciting for the upcoming year and all the energy this presidency is putting into Lehi HOSA.
Join Lehi High School's Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA)!! $7 membership fee can be paid at the school finance office or online at !
Administrative Messages
Keeping Teens Safe Online
Sponsored by School Community Council
Technology is a big part of life these days for both parents and kids! Have you checked out the resources for parents and teens on and ?  
· Find information on internet safety rules and house pledges for kids and teens.
· Browse a list of parent resource links that can be conversation starters about many technology topics: giving out personal information online, cyberbullying, sexting, smartphone safety, and many more.
Construction is well underway! Thank you for your patience with the parking lot. The new athletic wing, including the main gym and the first auxiliary gym are now well under way. Projects are moving ahead as scheduled, and we are looking forward to their completion. For more details about construction plans, timelines, and pictures of the progress, please visit our construction page at...
The SafeUT Crisis Chat and Tip Line is a statewide service that provides real-time crisis intervention to youth through live chat and a confidential tip program – right from your smartphone.
District News
Academics and Scholarships
2020 AP Exam Registration Critical Dates
  IMPORTANT:  Please understand that these deadlines and dates are firm and must be adhered to in order to take AP exams. If you miss a deadline, or don’t pay, you will not be able to take any AP exams this year.     The cost of each exam is $94
 Monday October 7 First day  to order exams in financial office or online at .
 Wednesday November 14th  LAST day  to order exams in Financial office or online.
 Thursday January 15 :   Last day  to submit accommodations for the AP exam.

Driver's Education
Starting this year, all students taking drivers education through Alpine School District will be required to attend a Zero Fatalities presentation with a parent. These presentation will be offered throughout the state and you can attend at any school. Visit  to see what dates are offered at each school. This is a state run program and necessary to attend with a parent to obtain a drivers license. See attached flyer for details. 
Earning a CTE Pathway can lead to higher paying jobs directly out of High School due to experience earned in class. Internship is one of many CTE classes offered at Lehi High School, which will give the student direct work experience. CTE is a great way to get a jump start on a future career!
If you know of a student interested in earning a CTE Pathway (link below), please talk with the CTE Specialist Teri Drew in room 154 (ext. 154) or to his/her counselor.    
All Scholarship information can be found by clicking this link:
For any juniors wanting to go to girl's state or boy's state, the applications are in the counseling office.
Sterling Scholar
September 17 --Sterling Scholar Information Meeting -Meet in Room 510 During Flex
November 1 --Deadline for Sterling Scholar Applications

BYU and U of U have changed their priority deadline to Nov 1, 2019.
Counseling Corner
Kathy Rich (A-E), Troy Humphries (F-L), Elizabeth Scott (M-R),
Bob Barnes (S-Z),
Everyone Welcome!
Wednesdays Room 215 - various board games
Thursdays Room 215 - then walk to Game Grid for tournaments
Fridays Commons - Dungeons and Dragons, etc.
For more information please contact Mr. Harrison in room 215
Helpful Hints
Free Math tutoring
Tuesday - Thursday
Room 206
2:30 - 3:30
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180 North 500 East,Lehi, Utah 84043
Main Office(801) 610-8805, Counseling Office(801) 610-8806
Financial Office(801) 610-8807, Attendance Office(801) 610-8808,  Fax(801) 768-7007