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Group Shadow Day Registration Open

Future Bulldogs who want to know more about attending Judge Memorial are encouraged to register for one of our Group Shadow Day programs this fall. These specific dates are led by Judge students and faculty to make connections and preview high school. Click the headline to register and spread the word! #BecomeABulldog
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Grandparents Day - October 28

We are excited to hold an in-person Grandparents and Special Friends Day on Thursday, October 28 from 8:15-11:00 am. Grandparents, or unavailable a special friend can attend, can enjoy a tour of the school and pictures with their grandchild(ren) followed by mass and refreshments. We hope that grandparents can join us for this fun opportunity to spend time with their Judge grandchild(ren). Click the title above for more info and to RSVP.
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Judge Named 2021 National Blue Ribbon School

Judge Memorial has been selected as a 2021 National Blue Ribbon School, regarded as the nation’s most prestigious academic recognition, coinciding with our 100-year anniversary. The announcement, made by US Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, marks just the second time since 1998 that a Utah high school has received the award since Judge Memorial last earned Blue Ribbon honoree status in 1998. Click the title above for more information.
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Students 4 Students Fundraiser

Students 4 Students is an annual student-led fundraising campaign where the entire student body works together to raise funds for Judge Memorial throughout the month of September. This year's Students 4 Students fundraiser is again completely online so students can easily share their personal fundraising page with their friends, neighbors and relatives. Click the title above for more info.
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Judge #1 High School in Utah

The Challenge Index by Washington Post columnist Jay Mathews names Judge Memorial "One of the top 300 Most Challenging High Schools" nationwide. Judge was also the only high school in Utah to be included in this prestigious ranking. The Challenge Index is the oldest high school ranking system in the country, beginning in 1998 in both Newsweek and The Washington Post.
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Earn Judge Credits at New 7th/8th Academy

Did you know your child can earn high school credits as a middle school student? Introducing Our Lady of Lourdes Middle School Academy — opening this Fall in a creatively redesigned 4th floor Learning Commons on the Judge Memorial campus! This innovative model for 7th & 8th graders offers advanced courses, exploratory fine arts, enriched student support services, extracurriculars and athletics — plus potential high school credits! Click the headline to apply today. Spaces filling fast.
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Help Honor Our Century of Success

TO COMMEMORATE THE FOUNDING of Judge Memorial in 1921, an exciting milestone challenge is being issued to our community: we have set a goal to raise $1 Million dollars! To reach this goal, we are inviting each of you to show your support with a minimum $100 contribution. Click the headline above to Donate Today. We are grateful for your support, commitment, and partnership as we look forward to our next 100 years.
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Course Catalog & Curriculum: 2021-22

Please click the headline to access the 2021-2022 Course Catalog & Curriculum. Judge Memorial curriculum, college preparatory in nature, is rooted in the traditions of Catholic teachings and liberal arts learning. Our curriculum is rigorous, demanding, and student-outcome based. Judge Memorial students receive support from faculty, staff, and counselors.
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Mission Statement

The mission of Judge Memorial Catholic High School is to
create a community through faith and education that will foster the development of each student’s inherent gifts.

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