Faculty Directory

Departmentsort icon Name Phone Extension
World Languages Lovett, Michael
World Languages Holder, Arthur
World Languages Shepherd, Aida
World Languages Soran, Tim
World Languages Fimbres, Maricruz
World Languages Halloran, Peter
World Languages Quah, Ben
Theology Halloran, Peter
Theology Brinkman, Kandie
Theology Horton, Kathy
Theology Monserret, Susan
Theology Stager, Luke 187
Theology Briese, Dominic
Theology Florez, Kerry
Student Services Platero, Sylvia 178
Student Services Bell, Barry
Social Studies Savage, Paul
Social Studies Hill, Ron
Social Studies Mayeda, Pam
Social Studies Pugh, Dianna
Social Studies Holder, Arthur
Social Studies Gardner, Rob
Science Angelo, George
Science Atherton, Stephanie
Science Hentschel, Wayne
Science Dutrow, Natalie
Science Pasley, Samantha
Science Ayton, Gary
Science Ramsay, James
Physical Education Cordova, James
Physical Education DuPre, Marquis
Physical Education Sawaya, Jeanette
Physical Education Gravelle, Howard
Physical Education Berthiaume, Kevin
Mathematics Klebba, Anita
Mathematics Clark, Pat
Mathematics Harkleroad, Sheila
Mathematics Bills, Kate
Mathematics Hsu, Jonathan
Mathematics Jackson, Lisa
Mathematics Burton, Michael 186
Library Finn, Stan
Library Oles, Pamela
Guidance and Counseling Burchett, Jerry 139
Guidance and Counseling Morgan, Bobbi 137
Guidance and Counseling Koles, Christy 140
Guidance and Counseling Del Porto, Dan 172
Guidance and Counseling Cabal, Victoria 133
Guidance and Counseling Anderson, Michelle 138
Guidance and Counseling Sawaya, Jeanette
English Baird, Jeff
English Oles, Pamela
English Simpson, Linda
English Sloan, Chris
English McGill, Chris
English Thieme, David
English Jeffreys, Bryan
Computer Technology McKown, Sonja 135
Computer Technology Jensen, Joan
Arts Bettin, Tom
Arts Hathaway, Darin
Arts Lovett, Michael
Arts Sloan, Chris
Arts Shaw, Nathan
Arts Boegler, Tyler
Arts Jensen, Joan

News

Judge Memorial Required 2014 Summer Reading

This page is A Work In Progress! and will be updated throughout the summer as information is received.

Here It Is! Here is the 2014 required Summer Reading List for Judge Memorial Catholic High School students.

Summer reading is required for all Judge Memorial Catholic High School students, including members of the incoming ninth grade class.

A student's critical reading skills are fundamental to academic success and essential to continued success in college. Read more »

Summer 2014 Opportunities

What are you doing this summer, Bulldogs?!

Judge Memorial Catholic High School offers a variety of academic and enrichment courses designed for all grades and interests. Listed here are the Summer Opportunities details available to date; most classes will run June 9 through June 26. Please register early as class sizes are limited. Students are encouraged to use these summer opportunities to develop a talent or interest in the arts, humanities, or sciences, or to get preparation for high school or specific courses. Read more »

Course Catalog 2014-2015

Judge Memorial Catholic High School provides a high-quality college-preparatory education within a diverse, Christian atmosphere. In accordance with our mission statement, education at Judge is designed to promote spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth in a respectful, safe, and caring environment.

In the spirit of Judge Memorial's mission to educate the whole child, we offer a complete range of academic offerings.

The Judge Memorial Catholic High School course catalog is available as a PDF in the file attachments below.

Celebrating Commencement 2014!

Judge Memorial Catholic High School conferred diplomas on the Class of 2014 on Saturday, May 31. Prior to the Commencement Ceremony, held at 11 a.m. at Abravanel Hall, the Judge community gathered to celebrate the Baccalaureate Mass. Baccalaureate was held on Thursday, May 29, at 7 p.m., at The Cathedral of the Madeleine.

Sister Catherine Kamphaus, Superintendent of Schools for the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City, and Rick Bartman, Principal of Judge Memorial conferred diplomas at the Commencement ceremony. Read more »

Judge Memorial plans 2014 Graduation Celebrations

Judge Memorial Catholic High School will confer diplomas on the members of the Class of 2014 on Saturday, May 31, 2014. Prior to the Commencement Ceremony, to be held at 11 a.m. at Abravanel Hall, the Judge community will gather to celebrate the Baccalaureate Mass on Thursday, May 29, at 7 p.m., at The Cathedral of the Madeleine. Read more »

Dugan '14 named Academic All-State in girls' soccer

Judge Memorial Catholic High School senior Allyson Dugan has been named to the Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) fall sports Academic All-State team in girls' soccer.

The UHSAA 4A girls' soccer teams boasts a combined GPA of 4.000. The 16 members of the team are from Box Elder, Clearfield, Highland, Logan, Maple Mountain, Ogden, Provo, Sky View, Spanish Fork, Timpanogos and Judge Memorial.

Academic All-State nominations are available to senior student-athletes only. Read more »

Dugan '14 named Academic All-State ... again!

Judge Memorial Catholic High School senior Allyson Dugan has been named to the Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) spring sports Academic All-State team in girls' track and field.

Earlier this year, Ally was named to the UHSAA 4A Academic All-State team in girls' soccer.

The UHSAA 4A girls' track and field team boasts a combined GPA of 4.000. The 17 members of the team are from Bonneville, Bountiful, Box Elder, Maple Mountain, Mountain Crest, Ogden, Provo, Skyline, Springville and Woods Cross. Read more »

Spring 2014: Second Semester Exam Schedule

Underclasses Exams: June 4, 5, and 6, 2014

Best of luck on your exams, Bulldogs!

All semester exams will be taken at the scheduled times.

Lunch will not be served in the cafeteria during special exam days: June 4, 5, 6; Wednesday through Friday. Snack and brunch items will be available from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. each day.

Students will not be dismissed from the exam room until the scheduled time for the completion of the exam.

Students who finish the exam early may prepare for their next exam with materials they have been brought in their backpacks. Read more »

Sloan, NWP, Promote Civic Engagement in Cyberspace

NWP Teacher-Leaders Promote Civic Engagement in Cyberspace

  • April 24, 2014
  • United States Department of Education Office of Innovation and Improvement media alert link

Every spring, the National Writing Project (NWP), an OII grantee, brings together a core group of teacher-leaders from across the country to study and share effective practices that enhance student writing and learning. Read more »

International Trip Opportunities: 2014 Roman Britain and Gaul Recap!

Mamma Mia! What a trip! Time and time again, it seems that Heaven shines upon Judge Memorial every time we travel to Europe. After our most recent trip to Southern England and Northern France, 36 Judge Memorial students, faculty, staff, and parents shared experiences that are nearly impossible to describe. As all our participants will attest, especially the adults, the itinerary was spot on. Read more »