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    Leader in Blended Learning

    Read more about a high profile case study examining blended leaning and correlating improved student outcomes. Innovations is a school highlighted. Proof Points release_150415

    Innovations Student Earns The Prudential Spirit of Community Award
    John Wesley Orton was named one of the top two youth volunteers of 2015 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Read more about this nationwide program honoring outstanding acts of volunteerism at spirit.prudential.com
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    Innovations Early College High School is accredited by AdvancED, and we comply with all AdvancED standards for quality.
    Parents learn about new Innovations program coming to Logan High

    Logan High parents learned more about a program designed to be more innovative, flexible and individualized than the typical high school experience during an informational meeting Wednesday night.
    The program, call Innovations, is modeled after Innovations Early College High School in Salt Lake City School District. That school has a 100 percent graduation rate, something that Logan High Principal Ken Auld hopes to emulate. He said Innovations is designed for everyone, but they realize everyone doesn't want the design.
    "This isn't a program that is taking over Logan High School, but it is a program that is going to benefit many of our students," Auld said to the parents gathered at the Logan High auditorium Wednesday. http://gousoe.uen.org/9us (LHJ)

  • Advocates for Innovation

     The 2012 "Advocates for Innovation in Education Award" were honored at Parents for Choice in Education's Third Annual Education Symposium. In front of a diverse audience of over 200 attendees including legislators, the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and various education stakeholders, awards were given to four recipients in the categories of Legislator, School, Association and Company. Read more...

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    New Student Enrollment
    Looking to enroll a new student? We have a parent/student informational meeting on February 22, at 6:30 pm at Innovations.
    Come with your student to learn more about the school and receive a tour. Information needed to enroll for the 2018-2019 school year with be given at the meeting.

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    To report any absences please contact Amanda Johnson by email at attendanceihs@slcschools.org

    Parent Teacher Conference

    Parent Teacher Conference is Thursday March 1st. Sign up to meet with the teachers and mentors here. The password to access the system is innovations (all lower case).

    If you need help using the website instructions can be found below:
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    We hope to see you there.

See what they're saying...Great Press on Innovations Early College High School! View more...

A new non-traditional high school is opening up in Salt Lake City this month and some say its format might be the future of education.

The goal of Innovations Early College High School is to help students take advantage of their "peak learning time" through self-directed and self-pace learning.


fox13now.com Aaron Vaughn / fox13now.com

A new high school that takes a non-traditional approach to learning is opening in Salt Lake City at the end of the month.

"In SLC School District, we pride ourselves on looking at student data to tell us who's learning and who isn't," said the Principal of Innovations Early College High School, Kenneth Grover.


abc4.com Kylie Conway / abc4.com

The high school of the future might look something like this.

The school day has no beginning and no end. Classes go year-round. Students can learn in a variety of ways, including in traditional classrooms, through digital textbooks, at a community college and/or at a career and technical education center.


Lisa Schencker / sltrib.com
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