Based on the directive of the Salt Lake Diocese, Judge Memorial will suspend in-person classes from March 16 through May 1. We hope to reopen the school doors following Easter Break on April 20. Judge Memorial is uniquely positioned to deliver engaging curriculum through our online platforms. Our faculty will be delivering course content through Canvas, Skyward and Gmail, while also utilizing a dozen other tech platforms to communicate lesson plans to students. Let us pray for all those affected by the coronavirus; may we continue to treat each other with compassion, mercy, and understanding during this difficult time.
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Judge Memorial’s first DAY OF CARING is on Thursday, April 2, 2020. This is when you can support Judge students during these uncertain times and make a BIG difference in a short 24 hours! Click on 'Day of Caring' above for more details and to give.
By joining the monthly giving CHAMPION Program. It's an easy and convenient way to support Judge through monthly donations automatically and safely deducted from your account. Click above to read more and sign up to be a CHAMPION of Judge TODAY!
Do you like to write, produce videos, and create multimedia? Do you want to learn how to make professional-quality videos and animation? Would you like that work to be seen by 1.8 million viewers? Want to learn how to produce a podcast? Contact Mr. Sloan to sign up for the New Media class and become a media maker.
"In life, we all hope to make a difference in people's lives, and Judge has made the difference in the lives of three of our children...Judge's commitment to our children's progress reminded us of the worth of each soul, and mostly about how powerful and influential the role of mentors and positive role models can be. Judge affords students the opportunity to learn, develop, and blossom as scholars, artists, athletes, volunteers, and most assuredly, as human beings." ~ Jon M. Huntsman, Jr. and Mary Kaye Huntsman Former Governor and First Lady of Utah
Hey parents & alumni - there are still spots available at many of this year's Judge Parties including the Ceramics, Alpine Distillery Tasting, Tennis & Brunch and Cottonwood Golf parties. Click above for more info and to reserve your spots ASAP.
The ACT scores have been released with impressive results for Judge Memorial! We are excited to announce the average composite score exceeds both state and national benchmarks. Click above to see how Judge Memorial compares to the state and national averages.
Having worked his way up the team’s ranks since 2007, Judge Memorial Alumnus Elliot Fall ‘03 has been named General Manager of Real Salt Lake. At 34-years-old, Fall is the youngest GM in all of Major League Soccer. “It’s a huge job,” Fall said in a release. “It’s a lot of responsibility. This is a club that I’ve grown up in, a club that I’ve been a fan of and a club that I’ve worked my entire career in. I’m really excited to get going and start building a winner.” Fall, who is a lifelong Salt Lake City resident and University of Utah graduate, was promoted to assistant GM in 2013. Real Salt Lake owner Dell Loy Hansen told The Salt Lake Tribune Fall has long been the team’s expert on contract negotiations, salary caps and options. “If you want details,” Hansen said, “you’d just call 1-800-ELLIOT [and ask] ‘What are we doing?’” Congrats to this former Bulldog who is bullish in putting RSL back on top.