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Park City School District

Park City School District

The Park City school district is renowned for empowering students to develop their knowledge, skills, and potential as critical thinkers. We maximize resources for academic rigor and excellence through staff, programs, and technology that make learning relevant to the emerging world in which we live.

Dictrict Office – 435 645-5600, www.parkcity.k12.ut.us, Dr. Ray Timothy, Superintendent
Park City High School – 435 645-5650, Robert O’Connor, Principal
Jeremy Ranch Elementary – 435 645-5670, Shawn Kuennen, Principal
McPolin Elementary – 435 645-5630, Greg Proffit, Principal
Parley’s Park Elementary – 435 645-5620, Michele Wallace, Principal
Trailside Elementary – 435 645-5680, Patrick Flynn, Principal
Ecker Hill Middle School – 435 645-5610, Traci Evans, Principal
Treasure Mountain Middle School – 435645-5640

Park City Education Foundation

Abby McNulty 435 615-0235 Executive Director
Park City High School (10-12)

Park City High School

The Park City High School was Re-Modeled in 2008 at a Cost of $30.8 Million “The new Park City High School is a combination of renovation, addition and new construction. The school was designed to meet the growing needs of the district and to replace an aging, inefficient, outdated facility built in the early 1970s.” VCBO Architecture

Treasure Mountain Junior High (8-9)
Ecker Hill Middle School (6-7)
McPolin Elementary (K-5)
Trailside Elementary (K-5)
Jeremy Ranch Elementary (K-5)
Parleys Park Elementary (K-5)

The Park City Learning Center

– 2400 Kearns Blvd, Park City, UT 84060
The Park City School District Offers a Variety of Programs at the Learning Center.
The Day Program provides Park City High School Students with an alternative setting for core class instruction. Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors enroll in their Math, Science, Social Studies and English Language Arts courses at the Learning Center. The Center provides students with personal attention and quality instruction via small class sizes and multiple year relationships with teachers. Students are supported with a dedicated administrator and guidance counselor to further personalize their high school journey. Interested in enrolling? Contact your high school guidance counselor to see if the Learning Center is a good match for your PCHS student.

The After School Program serves numerous student needs. It is a credit recovery program for students that may not have passed a class and a placement program for students that are no longer allowed on campus during the traditional school day. For more information on the After School Program, please click the After School Credit Recovery link.
Community Education offers courses in the evenings. Adult High School classes are taught from 5:00-8:00 and Adult ESL classes are taught from 6:30-8:30 on Monday and Wednesday. Please click the Community Education Link on this page for more information regarding ESL and Adult Education classes.

Principal – Nicole Todd – Please Call 435 645-5626 for more Information – Office Hours – 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM
School Hours – 7:40 am – 2:20 pm (Day Program) – 2:30 pm – 5:00 pm (After School)
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm M, W (Adult School) – 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm M, W (Adult ESL)
Wellenmann School of Discovery (K-8)