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University contact information

150 E 1230 N
Provo, UT 84602
(801) 422-4636

Salt Lake Community College
4600 S Redwood Rd, Salt Lake City, UT 84123
(801) 957-4111

Southern Utah University
351 W University Blvd, Cedar City, UT 84720
(435) 586-7700

Utah Valley University
800 W University Pkwy Orem, UT 84058
(801) 863-8000

Utah Tech University
225 S 700 E, St George, UT 84770
(435) 652-7500

Snow College
150 E College Ave, Ephraim, UT 84627
(435) 283-7000

University of Utah
201 S Presidents Circle Salt Lake City, UT 84112  
(801) 581-7200

Weber State
3848 Harrison Blvd Ogden, UT 84408
(801) 626-6000

Utah High Schools

High school education in Utah is provided for students in grades 9-12. In Utah, high schools are classified by enrollment size, with classifications including small, medium, and large. Small high schools have an enrollment of fewer than 600 students, medium high schools have an enrollment of 600-999 students, and large high schools have an enrollment of 1000 or more students. Each high school in Utah offers a variety of academic and extracurricular programs and activities, and many also offer advanced placement (AP) courses and dual enrollment options for students who wish to earn college credit while still in high school.

Utah Private Schools

Private school education in Utah is offered by a variety of schools that cater to different student populations. These schools range in size from small, independent institutions with fewer than 50 students to larger, multi-campus institutions with more than 500 students. Private schools in Utah are classified as either "non-sectarian" or "sectarian," depending on whether or not they are affiliated with a particular religious denomination. Some of the non-sectarian private schools in Utah include the Waterford School, Rowland Hall, Tuacahn High School for the Arts, and the Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts. Sectarian private schools in Utah include Brigham Young University, the LDS Business College, and the Utah Valley University Institute of Religion. Overall, private school education in Utah offers students a range of academic and extracurricular opportunities that are not available at public schools.
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