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Pre-med Academy
The Pre-Med Academy is a unique opportunity for exceptional health care-oriented high school students who are entering their senior year.

June 26-28, 2018
Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Ivins, UT

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Deadline for submitting the application and all required items
is June 1st at 11:59 pm.

Graduation 2018 (picture gallery)

Any student interested in attending Summer school at SEA to make up credit or to earn new credit please schedule an appointment with your counselor to get signed up. The dates are June 4--June 19. The cost is $40 per quarter credit. Monday--Thursday 9:00am--1:00pm.

Thanks Kellie, for the beautiful mural!!

2018 Valedictorian and Salutatorian named

Sterling Bradshaw, Valedictorian
Bryn Banks, Salutatorian

2017-18 Athletes of the Year:

Tyler Haley and MaKella Steffensen

Track students break school records at the state track meet:

Boys 4x100-Justin Hillyard, Nelson Douglas, Braydon Cavalieri, and Mitch Wright
110 Hurdles- Braydon Cavalieri 15:41 placed 6th in finals. 
400 meter-Larissa Dabb 57.38 will advance to finals today
800 meter- Easton Brandt 1:56 placing 6th this record was long due to be broken it was a 17 year old record. 

State Results:

The boys placed 7th with 32 points and the girls placed 15th with 16 points.
We had 10 boys and 7 girls that competed and 2-3 alternates ready to race if needed at the last second.  

Cristal Elias- 3rd place in Javelin
Mitch Wright- 2nd place in the 200
Larissa Dabb- 2nd place in the 400 broke her own record from the day before in finals
Boys 4X400 - 3rd place
Girls 4X400 - 6th place 

We also had 4 Academic All-State recipients, the combined GPA of the recipients for 4A was 4.0.
Wyatt Barton
Bryn Banks
Lindey Evans
MaKella Steffensen

Girls Water Polo Team
State Champions, 2018

Spring Dance Concert (link to more pictures)

 On May 4, 30 CV students and 3 teachers attended a special performance of the acclaimed musical Hamilton in Salt Lake City at the Eccles Theater. After 5 weeks of preparation, students were ready and excited. 
     At the beginning of April, 30 U.S. History students from Mrs. Hodson's and Mr. Comstock's classes volunteered for the opportunity. For four weeks, these students met during FLEX times to study and prepare for the experience. Mrs. Hodson taught lessons on how Lin-Manuel Miranda incorporated primary documents into his rendition of the founding of America. The sponsoring organization, The Gilder Lehrman Institutute of American History, required every participating student to create an original 1-2 minute presentation. Students performed their presentations for the entire group, who voted on their favorite. A dramatized poem, "Threads of Treason" by Kenna Johnson, Abigail Meyer, and Kate Harris, was selected, and the girls performed it on the stage before Hamilton began. 
   Students traveled to Salt Lake on May 3 to attend an activity at the state capital building that evening. In addition to dinner and a college tour, students heard Lieutenant Governor Spence Cox speak. Canyon View students enjoyed a surprise private tour to the floors of the House of Representatives and Senate led by Representative Ken Ivory and Lisa Eccles of the Eccles Foundation.
    On May 4, over 2100 students from around Utah flooded the Eccles Theater. After 15 selected student performances, the cast of Hamilton conducted a question-and-answer session, responding to previously written and selected questions from the students. Canyon View's students submitted 15 questions, and one of their's was discussed.

166 W. 1925 North,
Cedar City, UT 84721
Dennis Heaton, Principal
Julie King and Kyle Robinson, Assistant Principals
Fax: 435-586-2849
Iron County School District is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate in the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment on account of race, age, color, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, or religion or otherwise as may be prohibited by federal and state law.
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