Bonneville High School
Principal: Larry Hadley
|# Of Students||1,350|
|Classes per Grade||N/A|
|# Of Full-Time Teachers||68|
Bonneville High School, located in Washington Terrace, Utah, is the home of the Lakers. The school is named after Lake Bonneville, an ancient lake that covered much of northern Utah until about 14,500 years ago. Today, the Great Salt Lake is all that remains of Lake Bonneville. When Bonneville High School opened in 1960, it enrolled 900 students. Since then, enrollment has grown to its current average of approximately 1400 students. To meet the demands of a growing student population, Bonneville High School has received several additions in its time.
Principal Larry Hadley is committed to preparing Bonneville High School students for life after graduation. To meet this goal, Bonneville High School offers advanced placement (AP) classes, concurrent enrollment classes (for which students receive college credit), classes in Project Lead the Way (a pre-engineering program), and college prep classes. In addition, Bonneville High School offers upperclassmen the opportunity to attend off-campus classes, which include internships, work-based learning classes, and classes at the Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College (OWATC) in Ogden, Utah.
Principal Hadley encourages students to get involved at Bonneville High School through clubs, performing arts, or athletics. Bonneville High School's athletic teams--which have won 18 state championships in various sports--compete on the 4A level in the Utah High School Activities Association.