Park City High

Welcome to Park City High School

Principal
Kathleen Einhorn, Interim Principal

Assistant Principals
Caleb Fine
Phyllis Suggett

1750 Kearns Blvd
Park City, UT 84060
Phone: 435-645-5650
Fax: 435-645-5658

School Profile

Grade Levels
10-12

School Hours
7:30 am - 2:25 pm
Early Out Mondays
7:30 am - 1:45 pm

Office Hours
7:00 am - 3:00 pm

Red/White Schedule

School Maps
Lower Level
Main Level
Upper Level

PCSD

PCCAPS

Park City School District

For more information see This Week at PCHS

About Park City High School

Park City High School is nestled in the mountains of the year-round resort town of Park City, Utah.
Please click here for more information on this beautiful town and amazing school.

School wide ACT testing day for Juniors and Pre-ACT testing day for Sophomores

February 27th is our school wide ACT testing day for Juniors and Pre-ACT testing day for Sophomores.

Juniors and Sophomores must report to their testing classrooms at 7:35am to ensure they are able to take the ACT or Pre-ACT. Following the ACT and Pre-ACT Juniors and Sophomores will have lunch and then register for their 2018-19 School year classes.

Seniors do not have a school requirement on the 27th. Seniors taking the Civics exam should report to the Learning Academy at 10:30am. Any senior who would like to study at the school on the 27th may do so and must sign in and work in the lecture hall.

Class Registration for 2018-19

The PCHS Course Catalog is online. Students can download a PDF copy to their laptops.

TMJH 9th Graders registering for 10th Grade:
Students and parents should speak with their TMJH counselor if they have questions about registration.
February 12 - Science Placement Test, 2:00pm TMJH Forum
February 12 - Career Compass Event for students and parents, 5:00-7:00pm PCHS
February 14 & 15 - Counselor Presentations in Geography. Students get their Registration Forms.
February 15 - Make-up Science Placement Test, 2:35pm PCHS Room 243
February 19-23 - No School
February 28 & March 1 - Registration Forms DUE signed by teachers AND parents. Students register in Science.

PCHS 10th and 11th Graders:
February 9 & 12 - 10th Graders get their Registration Forms and instructions in English class.
February 13 - 11th Graders get their Registration Forms and instructions at College Day.
February 19-23 - No School
February 27 - Registration Forms DUE signed by teachers AND parents. Students register AFTER the ACT/Pre-ACT test.
March 2 - Make-up Registration in the Career Center (students will be called down by last name)

New Students enrolling for the 2018-19 School Year:
In May, we will be pre-enrolling new students for the 2018-19 school year. Enrollment information will available on our New Student Enrollment page by May 1st.

Parent Teacher Conference

PARENT/TEACHER CONFERENCES WILL BE MARCH 1

Parent Teacher Conference Instructions

The scheduler to make appointments will be open February 19- 26.

To Make Appointments click Here

Honors English 10 Summer Reading Requirement

Park City High School 2018 Honors English 10 Summer Reading Requirement

Civics Exam Required for Graduation

Utah Code 53A-13-109.5 requires that all students pass a basic Civics exam in order to graduate from high school. Opting-out of the state’s pass requirement is not an option. The exam is administered to PCHS students during their senior-year Government class.

Seniors and early graduates must take (and pass) the exam on one of the testing days below if they:
1) did not pass the civics exam in their Government class,
2) do not have a Government class in their PCHS schedule,
3) transferred to PCHS having already taken a Government class, or
4) chose to take the Government class through an online provider.

Students have two make-up opportunities to pass the exam:
- Tuesday, February 27th at 10:30am at the Park City Learning Academy (2400 Kearns Blvd)
- Test date in May (date and time to be determined)

The test will take no longer than 45 minutes and will be proctored by Ms. Pinkney. Students will need their laptops--make sure it's charged. The exam is 50 multiple choice questions derived from the civics test used by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Study materials and practice questions for the exam can be found at www.uscis.gov/citizenship/learners/study-test/study-materials-civics-test. This is a pass/fail exam and will NOT show on the Park City High School transcript or affect any course grades.

Please direct questions to the Registrar, Jennifer Frink, at jfrink@pcschools.us, or your Counselor.

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PCHS Sponsored Dances

As per the Park City High School Student Handbook:
No student without a Park City High student identification card will be allowed at a PCHS sponsored dance. Guests may be brought to a PCHS sponsored dance if a PCHS student sponsors the guest, the guest is age 20 or less, and has been pre-registered in the attendance office at least 24 hours in advance. The guest must also agree to abide by all of the PCHS and PCSD rules. Ninth grade & younger school students are NOT allowed to attend PCHS dances.

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Transcripts and Applying for College

Our Application Process for Colleges & Universities page offers a step-by-step guide on applying for college admissions. See the Transcripts page for information on requesting official transcripts.

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Online Fee Payments & Lunch Accounts

Pay School Fees Online: e-Funds for Schools
School fees can be paid online with a credit/debit card or checking account. You set up and maintain your own e-Funds account. The school will never have access to your banking information. You have the flexibility of making payments any time from home and you even have the option to make recurring payments or installments. You can pay for all of your students on one e-Funds account. (If you set up an account last year, you can use that account again.)

Online Lunch Account System: PayPams (lunch balances roll over each year).
For information and instructions on PayPams, see this flyer (en Español)

Your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals. The application is also available in 33 languages.

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Parent Laptop Orientation

Parent Laptop Orientation for parents of students in grades 6 - 12 is conducted online every year. Please complete this orientation as soon as possible, this is required of every parent of a Park City High School student.

Presentación en línea sobre las computadoras - Las direcciones españolas

As part of our high access initiative all Park City School District students in grades 6 through 12 receive laptops. The directions below pertain only to the parents of these students. Please follow them carefully so your student may receive a laptop on the day designated by your student's school. Details on laptop distribution vary at each building and more information can be found at the school's website or in the registration packet.

  1. Go to http://site.gcntraining.com/
  2. Click Login to View Training
  3. Select New User - I do not have a Personal ID and click Next
  4. Enter Organization ID as 70308p and click Submit
  5. Enter Your Preferred Personal ID (recommended as First Name and Last Name with no spaces) and click Submit
  6. Complete the following fields keeping in mind:
    • This orientation only needs to be completed once per family if the boxes are filled out correctly
    • First Name (Legal) and Last Name reference the parent going through the Laptop Orientation
    • School, Student First Name, Student Last Name, Student Grade Level reference the OLDEST student belonging to this family in the Park City School District
    • Additional Student Names references all other students in grades 6-12 belonging to this family in Park City School District. Please use legal names and enter the school in parenthesis, i.e. Barney Rubble (EHMS), Fred Flinstone (TMJH).
    • Email Address reference the parent going through the Laptop Orientation
  7. Click Submit after filling out the above fields in the appropriate manner
  8. Click View next to Electronic Device Orientation - Park City in the Tutorial Progress>Required box and follow the directions of the tutorial (Si lo quiere en espanol se encuentran por el Optional caja)

Logout after finishing the tutorial. Make sure you have reviewed and electronically signed both the Internet Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) and the Electronic Device User Agreement (EDUA) during the Infosnap online registration process. Students will not receive their laptop until all three pieces (Orientation, AUP, and EDUA) have been received and recorded by school officials.

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Driver Education

Park City High School does not offer a Driver Education class. For some local and popular online provider options, see this Driver Education Information Flyer. See the Utah Department of Public Safety website for information on obtaining a Learner Permit (must be 15 years of age) and for a listing of state-approved Driver Education providers.

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Parent Canvas Logins

Based on a change with the Canvas PowerSchool Integration process, we are making a change to how Parent Observer Accounts work in Park City School District. Parents will now create their own account and link to all their PCSD Students. Provided below is a list of information each parent will need to have on hand and links to the instructions on creating the account and linking the students.

Gather the Canvas Login information for your student(s)
Quick access to your personal email account
Use a computer to navigate to pcsd.instructure.com
Follow the How Do I Sign Up for a Canvas Account as a Parent Guide
Add another student (or two or three) by following the How do I link to another student as an observer Guide
Review the Observer Guide for an overview of what to expect
NOTE: PCSD Employees wishing to observe their students within PCSD should NOT use their @pcschools.us email address. They should use a personal email address.

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