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Mixed grades for Wasatch Front high schools
School grades » A first-ever grading of Utah’s traditional and charter public schools released Tuesday.
First Published Sep 03 2013 08:56 am • Last Updated Oct 02 2013 05:59 pm

Here are the grades and graduation rates for traditional Wasatch Front high schools, followed by the grades for the state’s charter high schools. To find full reports for all schools, visit https://psdreports.schools.utah.gov/Gateway

Read our story about the new grades here.

At a glance

By the numbers

How grades stacked up

Elementary, middle and junior high schools

This statewide tally includes traditional and charter schools

A: 86 schools, 12 percent

B: 325 schools, 46 percent

C: 212 schools, 30 percent

D: 74 schools, 10 percent

F: 15 schools, 2 percent

High schools statewide

This statewide tally includes traditional and charter schools

A: 7 schools, 5 percent

B: 60 schools, 41 percent

C: 45 schools, 32 percent

D: 15 schools, 10 percent

F: 16 schools, 12 percent

Traditional vs charter high schools

A: Traditional 3, Charter 4

B: Traditional 54, Charter 6

C: Traditional 35, Charter 10

D: Traditional 13, Charter 2

F: Traditional 14, Charter 2

Total 119 Total 24

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Alpine School District

American Fork High Grade: B Graduation rate: 87 percent

Lehi High Grade: Grade: B Graduation rate: 85

Lone Peak High Grade: B Graduation rate: 88

Mountain View High Grade: B Graduation rate: 83

Orem High Grade: B Graduation rate: 88

Pleasant Grove High Grade: B Graduation rate: 84


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Timpanogos High Grade: B Graduation rate: 80

Summit High Grade: F Graduation rate: 50

Westlake High Grade: B Graduation rate: 82

District graduation rate: 78 percent

Canyons School District

Alta High Grade: C Graduation rate:90

Brighton High Grade: C Graduation rate:89

Hillcrest High Grade: C Graduation rate:73

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