News and Announcements

Scholarship Info

Utah State University’s Jon M. Huntsman School of Business has 100+ spots open currently for incoming USU high school students to apply for an $8,000 scholarship.

An applicant must have ONE of the following:

  • Top 10% of high school class
  • 3.7+ GPA
  • 28+ ACT (1250+ SAT)
  • 3.5+ GPA & 24+ ACT (1090+ ACT)

The application link is

Reflections Results

We just had the Council Level Awards Ceremony and we had 4 students that were recognized for their art. Three of them received Award of Excellence and will move on the the Region Level of Judging.

PTA Reflections Award of Excellence Winners for the Council Level:

Carter Coombs-Literature

Danielle Dalton-Photography

Enfany Ngo-Photography

Award of Merit:

Alexis Smith-Visual art

Math Credit Recovery

The math department will be offering credit recovery classes for students who have failed Secondary Math 1, 2, or 3. Students can sign up on the CH Counseling webpage.

If you or your students have any questions they can contact Ms. Beus, Ms. Beatty, or Ms. Hatch.

Attendance School

College and Career Readiness Meeting

Junior parents/students please visit the counseling webpage to sign up for your individual Plan for College and Career Readiness meeting with your counselor.

Reflections Winners

We want to thank all of the students who participated in the PTA Reflections Art program and shared their artistic talents!

Congratulations to our Reflections winners for Copper Hills High School! The Award of Excellence recipients will be moving on to represent CHHS at the Council Level. We wish you the best of luck at the next level of judging!

Award of Excellence Winners:
Chasity Mayo (Literature)
Carter Coombs (Literature)
Grace Bramlage (Visual Art)
Alexis Smith (Visual Art)
Maryn Hansen (Visual Art)
Kylie Johnson (Visual Art)
Danielle Dalton (Photography)
Enfany Ngo (Photography)
Award of Merit Recipients:
Madisyn “Rosie” Davis (Visual Art)
Holli Cochran (Visual Art)
Baylee Taylor (Visual Art)
Lindsey Howell (Literature)

Business and Marketing Club

Kudos to the Copper Hills’ Business & Marketing Club for excelling at yesterday’s Herriman Invitational.  In their first competition of the year, and competing with 27 high schools and over 700 students, Copper Hills brought 38 team members.  The following awards were achieved:

Cassie Ivie and Bailey Van Wagoner each took 1st Place in Impromptu Speaking.
Rachel Starley took 3rd Place in Impromptu Speaking as well.
Ethan Ramos and Preston Van Valkenburgh took 1st Place in Business Law & Ethics
Brody Wilson took 1st Place in Marketing Management.
Vanessa Krurger took 2nd Place in Retail Management.
Tayloranne Johnson and Justin Fullmer took 3rd Place in Hospitality & Tourism
Please join me in congratulating all of our Business & Marketing Club members who competed, and especially those who brought medals back to Copper Hills.

Mr. Marshall Highlighted for Art Pieces

Congrats to Mr. Marshall for his showcase of art pieces.

CH Students Experience Journalism First Hand

Click on the link below to see the full story.

Grizz Alumni Awarded Financial Empowerment Scholarship

Former Grizzly, Austin Scholes, has been awarded the third annual BankMobile Financial Empowerment Scholarship.  Austin competed with over 2,100 Business Seniors from major universities across the country.  He is a Senior in the Business Scholars program at the University of Utah.
Austin Scholes graduated, with his associates degree, from Copper Hills, two years ago.  He was president of our DECA chapter, a state finalist Sterling Scholar in Business & Marketing, won the Mountain America $3,000 Financial Literacy Awareness Campaign, and took first place in a number of DECA and FBLA state events, qualifying to represent the state of Utah at Nationals.
Austin is a product of Copper Hills High School, and is continuing to achieve academic excellence after graduation.  He took nearly every Business, Marketing, Economics, and Computer Technology class that we offer.  Way to go, former Grizzly, Austin Scholes.

Thank You to Chick Fil A Owner Rob Dinsdale

The SMRT Math Tutoring Program is so fortunate to have the community support from our local business partner Chick Fil A.  Copper Hills would like to thank Mr. Rob Dinsdale, Owner-Operator of Jordan Landing Chick Fil A restaurant for five years of support. A plaque was presented this past week to Mr. Dinsdale in appreciation.  Go Grizzlies!