Alpine School District

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

United States
District information
Superintendent Samuel Y. Jarman
Other information
Website alpineschools.org

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, and Saratoga Springs (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 2011, there were 51 elementary schools, 11 junior high schools, 8 high schools, and 3 alternative schools serving approximately 67,660 students, making it the largest school district in Utah. (source: http://www.schools.utah.gov/data/Educational-Data/Student-Enrollment-and-Membership.aspx )

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.[1] The day-to-day operations of the district are managed by a superintendent. The current superintendent is Samuel Y. Jarman.

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

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Elementary schools[edit]

Junior high/middle schools[edit]

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History[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).[2] Its name and original boundaries were taken from the Alpine Stake of the LDS Church.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Alpine School District - Sch ool Board
  2. ^ "ASD History". alpineschools.org. Alpine School District. Retrieved 29 Dec 2014. 
  3. ^ 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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