Alpine School District

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Alpine School District
Alpine School District Logo.png
575 North 100 East
American Fork, Utah

United States
District information
Established 1915 (1915)
Superintendent Samuel Y. Jarman
Other information

Alpine School District is the primary school district in northern Utah County in Utah, United States including the cities of Alpine, American Fork, Cedar Fort, Cedar Hills, Eagle Mountain, Fairfield, Highland, Lehi, Lindon, Orem, Pleasant Grove, Saratoga Springs, and Vineyard (as well as the portion of Draper that is located within Utah County). It includes all grades from kindergarten all through high school (K-12). As of 2017, there were 57 elementary schools, 12 junior high schools, 9 high schools, and 8 special purpose schools[1] serving approximately 78,659 students[2], making it the largest school district in Utah.

The district is governed by a board of education which consists of a seven-member group of citizens elected to four year terms to serve the patrons and students of this district.[3] The day-to-day operations of the district are managed by a superintendent. The current[when?] superintendent is Samuel Y. Jarman.

The district currently has nine large high schools, and only seven school board members, leading some parents and students to express concerns over inadequate representation on the school board.[citation needed] A tenth large high school will open in 2019. Some parents would like to see the district split into two or three new school districts, allowing more direct control over their local schools. Right now, a member of the Alpine School Board represents more people than a member of the state legislature in the house, effectively inverting the notion of local government being closer to the people than state government. Source:

The district offices are located in American Fork at 575 North 100 East American Fork, Utah 84003.

List of schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • Alpine (Alpine)
  • Aspen (Orem)
  • Barratt (American Fork)
  • Black Ridge (Eagle Mountain)
  • Bonneville (Orem)
  • Cascade (Orem)
  • Cedar Ridge (Cedar Hills)
  • Cedar Valley (Cedar Fort)
  • Central (Pleasant Grove)
  • Cherry Hill (Orem)
  • Deerfield (Cedar Hills)
  • Dry Creek (Lehi)
  • Eagle Valley (Eagle Mountain)
  • Eaglecrest (Lehi)
  • Foothill (Orem)
  • Forbes (American Fork)
  • Fox Hollow (Lehi)
  • Freedom (Highland)
  • Geneva (Orem)
  • Greenwood (American Fork)
  • Grovecrest (Pleasant Grove)
  • Harvest (Saratoga Springs)
  • Hidden Hollow (Eagle Mountain)
  • Highland (Highland)
  • Hillcrest (Orem)
  • Legacy (American Fork)
  • Lehi (Lehi)
  • Lindon (Lindon)
  • Manila (Pleasant Grove)
  • Meadow (Lehi)
  • Mount Mahogany (Pleasant Grove)
  • Mountain Trails (Eagle Mountain)
  • North Point (Lehi)
  • Northridge (Orem)
  • Orchard (Orem)
  • Orem (Orem)
  • Pony Express (Eagle Mountain)
  • Ridgeline (Highland)
  • Riverview (Saratoga Springs)
  • River Rock (Lehi)
  • Rocky Mountain (Lindon)
  • Sage Hills (Saratoga Springs)
  • Saratoga Shores (Saratoga Springs)
  • Scera Park (Orem)
  • Sego Lily (Lehi)
  • Sharon (Orem)
  • Shelley (American Fork)
  • Snow Springs (Lehi)
  • Springside (Saratoga Springs)
  • Suncrest (Orem)
  • Thunder Ridge (Saratoga Springs)
  • Traverse Mountain (Lehi)
  • Valley View (Pleasant Grove)
  • Vineyard (Vineyard)
  • Westfield (Alpine)
  • Westmore (Orem)
  • Windsor (Orem)

Junior high/middle schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

Alternative schools[edit]


The district was created in 1915 with 92 teachers, 4,906 students, 21 grade schools, and four high schools: Lehi, American Fork, Pleasant Grove and Spencer (Orem).[4] Its name and original boundaries were taken from the Alpine Stake of the LDS Church.[5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "District Schools". Retrieved March 31, 2018.
  2. ^ "Enrollment History and Projection". November 15, 2016. Retrieved March 31, 2018.
  3. ^ Alpine School District - School Board[clarification needed]
  4. ^ "ASD History". Alpine School District. Retrieved 29 Dec 2014.
  5. ^ Plewe, Brandon S. (2014). Mapping Mormonism: an atlas of Mormon history (2nd ed.). Provo, Utah: BYU Press. p. 128. ISBN 978-0-8425-2879-5.

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