Students

THE 3 A's

ACADEMICS

RCHS is known for a strong academic program. Students are allowed to pick a majority of their classes. When selecting classes it is important that they align with Board of Education graduation requirements and the colleges or universities you may be interested in. RCHS offers over 25 AP courses as well as a variety of career and technical classes and concurrent enrollment coursework where a student can receive college and high school credit simultaneously. For more information about our academic programming, visit the Academics page. For registration and scheduling information, visit the Counseling page. 

ACTIVITIES

We currently offer over 55 clubs band activities and we allow students to charter their own clubs or activities. We believe that our activity programs contribute to the development of leadership, talent and creativity of our students through our mission statement; to empower, explore, encourage and excel in education. Rock Canyon High School works to ensure that programs are valuable and fair to all participants. For more information on Clubs and Activities at Rock Canyon, please click on the Activities page. 

ATHLETICS

RCHS offers a comprehensive program for student athletes. Information for all of our programs is available on the Athletics page.

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