Ben Lomond High School offers over 200 courses ranging from remedial through career and technical courses and college-level academics, including concurrent college enrollment and Advanced Placement (AP) . Ben Lomond is committed to a strong program of character education. The teaching staff is devoted to promoting excellence, motivating and challenging students in the classroom, as well as encouraging participation in athletics, clubs, artistic activities, and community service.
- To register your student online, please click here and complete the process.
- Para registrar a su estudiante en linea, favor the click aqui y terminar el proceso.
Para inscribir a su estudiante en la escuela, por favor imprima y complete los siguientes formularios y devuélvalos a la escuela.
1. Watch the video
2. Click on Download File to print off the Adjudication Form. You can print it off or simply answer the questions and give them a score on a separate piece of paper. You must give a detailed comment to at least 6 of the categories.
3. Turn it in to Mr. McMillan by Tuesday March 3rd.
Ogden High 2016-2017 Driver Education
Session One: Two classes:
Registration August 29th- September 2nd Class starts September 7th.
Session Two: Two classes:
Registration October 10th-14th Class starts November 1st
Session Three: Two classes
Registration January 3rd-January 6th Class starts January 11th.
Session Four: Two classes
Registration February 21-24 Class starts March 6th
Summer Session One Class
Registration May 15th-19th Class starts May 30th
Registration is on a first come first get in. Each class will have 25 students. Students must have a Learners Permit before registering.
Questions Call Mr. Price 801-737-8726
Ben Lomond High 2016-2017 Driver Education
Sign-Up Dates Class Starts
January 24, 2017
Sign-up in COMMONS AREA. Bring Permit if you have one. 1/2 hour Before School During Lunch 1/2 hour after school Pay Book Store $150.00 or FEE WAIVER Bring receipts to Mr. Kunz
Fourteen of our students attended the State FBLA Leadership conference at the Davis Conference Center on March 8 and 9. Only one student had competed at the state level, so it was good experience for all of them.
Although we did not have anyone place for nationals, all of our students worked very hard to prepare for their events. They prepared speeches, took computerized tests after school, production tests after school, created graphic designs and studied for 26 different events such as computer problem solving, insurance and risk management, health care administration, marketing, business calculations, cyber security, etc., etc.
They were required to dress professionally at the conference and learned a lot about how the business world works.
Students who competed were: Ruth Jackson, Alysa Jenkins, Madi Jenkins, Mannee Lopez-Rodriguez, Natalia Madrigal, Francisco Marengo, Steven Nguyen, Vladimir Robles, Israel Velasquez, Kaden Ficklin, Giovanni Frias, Sofia Pacheco Gutierrez, Yesica Hernandez, and David Higashiyama.
Questions? Call us:
MRS. YETTER and MRS. DEARDEN
737-7908 / 737-7970
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