Welcome to Ben Lomond High School! It is a true pleasure to work with the students, faculty, staff and Ben Lomond community every day.
It is my promise to the parents and stakeholders of the Ben Lomond community that their students are safe and learning while at school. When students graduate from BEN LOMOND HIGH SCHOOL, they will be college, career and community ready.
We are excited to return to the BLHS traditions of the past and provide the great experiences that are so unique to our amazing school.
During the 2023 school year, the faculty and staff will focus on improving literacy skills in their students, attendance, social and emotional learning and student engagement. We feel that a concentrated effort in these areas will help every student reach their fullest potential and truly prepare them to become more college, career and community ready at their graduation from the great BEN LOMOND HIGH SCHOOL.
Steve Poll, Principal
Ben Lomond High School, originally constructed in 1952, was named for the Ben Lomond Peak, so called by the Scottish settlers who were reminded of the Ben Lomond in Scotland, because it stands outs along the Wasatch Front.
The local cultural influence gave the school its theme, including bagpipers, Royal Stewart tartan and Scots. Students are known as "Friendly Fighting Scots."
Ben Lomond High School was rebuilt, other than the gymnasium, from the District's 2006 bond. Construction began in June 2007 and was fully complete in August 2010. Ben Lomond and the District were recognized for the renovations and were awarded the Mountain States Construction Silver Award for grades K-12 in 2010.
Inspire growth in Academics, Citizenship and Extra Curricular activities.
From the green Scottish hills where the proud pipers play. From the Great Salt Lake to the Wasatch. There is no better clan, nor will there ever be; than the Friendly Fighting Scots of Ben Lomond. We're proud of Ben Lomond and all that she stands for, and over the world we may wander. A part of our hearts will always yearn to be in the memoried hallowed halls of Ben Lomond.