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The Path to Personalized Learning

Kings Peak High is a tuition-free online school for high school students in Utah. You can enroll now for the 2021-22 school year. Students have the option to enroll either full or part-time. 

Part-time Registration is now open for second semester.

Space is limited, so we are only accepting part-time enrollment for students currently enrolled in Jordan School District at this time. This means that students will take a combination of courses in the building and some virtual courses through Kings Peak High School.

If you would like to take 1 or more courses at Kings Peak High School during the second semester of the 2021-2022 school year, contact your school counselor who can help you get enrolled. Don't wait, as space is limited.

Once enrollment is finalized, it is expected that students commit to that choice for the duration of the 2021-22 school year.

Group And Individual Learning

Some learning is best done with the teachers and students meeting together face-to-face. Some learning is best done by students working independently. Each week, students will attend 2 live Zoom Sessions in each class. Teachers will also provide asynchronous learning opportunities for students in every course. Teachers will also be available to meet with students individually when needed in-person or through Zoom.

Standards And Competencies

Teachers will design courses to ensure that students learn the standards. They will provide opportunities for students to demonstrate learning in a variety of meaningful ways in a virtual space.

Guiding Principles

  • High-quality, standards-based education
  • Student voice and choice
  • Multiple measures to demonstrate competency
  • Intentional and unified design across courses
  • Flexibility with predictability in when, where, and how learning happens

Virtual Learning Elevated

  • Teachers are hired based on their demonstrated ability as virtual teachers.
  • Students in grades 9-12 can choose to enroll full-time or part-time.
  • Take as few as one virtual course or a full schedule
  • Earn all credits necessary to graduate from high school