Wasatch County School District is an above average, public school district located in Heber City, UT. It has 6,779 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 22 to 1. According to state test scores, 43% of students are at least proficient in math and 43% in reading.
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Wasatch County School District Reviews
I loved the school itself. It is a newer school and the faculty and staff do a very good job each day of making the school look clean, organized, and well maintained. The teachers for the most part are great teaching. They are fun, engaging, and fair. The expectations are high, which stretch students to reach their highest potential. If I would change anything I would change the parking situation/policy, or maybe make a bigger parking lot. Other than that Wasatch High School is an awesome school!
Wasatch High has been an amazing experience. I have been supporter by teachers, friends, administrators, and more. During my sophomore year I started suffering major mental health issues. After talking to a counselor, the school was able to accommodate all of my needs while I was still learning and earning credits. Wasatch truly cares about the students and their well-being. I am proud to be a Wasatch Wasp!
Wasatch County School District focuses on the students. They are recognizing the service completed by NHS, the activities planned by Student Government, the state game played by Wasatch Wasps Football team, and the 10 year state winning streak of FBLA. They are always recognizing the students and bringing awareness to them. However, they also focus on test scores. They become extremely frustrated when our test scores are not up to par. When they focus on these test scores they forget about all the activities and good things we have accomplished that will help bring us life skills more useful than test scores.