Paradigm Schools allows scholars the opportunity to form clubs within defined parameters. Scholars who wish to form a club must first find a mentor who will sponsor the club. The mentor must obtain approval from the front office before formally organizing the club. Clubs may be formed and approved only during the first two weeks of the school year. Clubs meet after school.
Clubs will be approved based on how the club fulfills the mission of the school. All activities sponsored by the club must be in keeping with the School Values.
All school clubs may only be formed on the basis of a school-oriented activity: for example, chess club, a sports club, or a journalist club. No clubs are formed on the basis of personal or social issues such as political affiliation, religious affiliation, or sexual orientation. (Please see the School Policy Handbook for additional information)
Scholars may apply to create a club during the first two weeks of the school year. Club applications can be obtained and returned to the main office.
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.
In Fall 2019, Paradigm Schools became the first public school in the state of Utah to offer virtual and augmented reality technology to scholars. Headset devices are used to enhance learning opportunities for our scholars, allowing them to explore virtual places around the world, on another planet, or during a completely different time period. Whether it’s visiting the surface of Mars or exploring the Pyramids of Giza, this is a completely immersive learning experience.