Thank you for expressing interest in Paradigm Schools, we welcome you and your scholar! It is our hope that our charter school’s culture and curriculum are right for your students. Before submitting your application, we invite you to take a tour of our school.
Once you feel that Paradigm is the right school for your family, send us your application! Once your application is submitted, your student will be enrolled in our lottery, then you can expect the following:
At Paradigm Schools, it is our mission to create scholars, not just teach students. We do this by teaching our scholars how to think, not what to think. Use the button below to send us your application!
Applications for Fall Semester will close after November 1, 2022 (with exceptions to families moving from outside Salt Lake County and current scholar siblings). Any applications submitted after November 1, 2022 will be considered for Spring 2023 enrollment. Our Spring Semester begins Thursday January 5, 2023.
Our first lottery draw will happen on or around February 1, 2023.
We invite you to come and tour our South Jordan charter school! If you would like to schedule a tour for either 2nd semester enrollment or for next year, please click here.
Looking for a more immersive experience? Send your student to shadow a scholar! Prospective scholars can shadow a Paradigm Scholar they already know or we can set you up with a scholar!
Prospective scholars must come to school in our required dress code. Please contact our front office at 801-676-1018 for more information and to set up a shadowing opportunity.
VALUES AND BELIEFS OF PARADIGM SCHOOLS
WHY PARADIGM SCHOOLS?
I love Paradigm. My children have never been happier, and have found a love of learning that was missing in their previous education!Julia H.
I went to Paradigm all through high school. Best experience ever. Not only did it help me focus on my strengths, but it also prepared me for college with its challenging curriculum that makes you think outside the box. The mentors there care about each of their students individually, and want nothing more than the students’ success.Jennifer L.