Tintic High School

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Coordinates: 39°57′33″N 112°06′17″W / 39.95917°N 112.10472°W / 39.95917; -112.10472

View from the parking lot

Tintic High School is a small rural high school in the Tintic School District. There are approximately 125 students in grades 7-12. Tintic High School is located in Eureka, Utah, in Juab County.

The school is classified as a 1A school by the Utah Activities Association. They participate in girls' volleyball, basketball, track and cheer for boys' baseball, basketball they also took state in 1A High School Basketball and track. There are also activities in music with a pep, jazz, concert, and marching band. They also have a drama class which participated in region in 2007-2008.

The faculty consists of 11 teachers and a principal. There is a special education program as well as vocational, technology, home economics, and core curriculum programs.

Some of the teachers at Tintic graduated from the school themselves. A mentoring program is in place for new teachers. The components of the mentoring program cover the following items: daily schedule, lesson plans, activities, student discipline, and school traditions.


In 2012, as with most 1A schools in the region regardless of win/loss record, Tintic High Schools sports teams made it to state. The boys' basketball team had a win and took first in region.


Tintic High School is the only 1A school in Utah to have a marching band. On July 4, 2007, they participated in an Independence Day parade in Murray. The band also plays pep, jazz, and concert music. In 2007 they competed for region concert and region jazz. They won both competitions.

The band also played in the Little America hotel in Salt Lake City for the Utah School Board's convention. During the spring of 2008 the THS band performed at Disneyland. In May 2010 they performed in San Diego.

In 2012 the band received a rating of superior in both region and state. This was the first time this happened in the school's history. They also traveled to San Francisco and won a superior rating in that competition.


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