News and Announcements

Experience JudgePride During Trial Enrollment

While other schools are struggling to figure out a reopening plan, Judge Memorial is excited to offer Trial Enrollment from August 17-September 4. Come see what JudgePride is all about! For more information, contact Director of Admissions John Michael Pantlik at jmp@judgememorial.com. We want your student to experience a tradition beyond belief.
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Click Here for our Fall Reopening Plan

Throughout the global pandemic caused by COVID-19 we have witnessed our school community adapt to create a safe and effective learning environment for our students. We continue to self-reflect and respond to the ever-changing needs of our students, parents, faculty, and staff. The guidelines continue to adjust and as a result, our plans will as well. As we approach August 17, we are excited to welcome our Bulldogs back for a dynamic and safe combination of in-person and live streaming classes. We strive to meet the needs of our students academically, socially, physically, and spiritually. This plan is a rigorous and responsible blend of physical and virtual education, designed to produce builders of a more just society.
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Class Schedules & Textbooks

Parents and Students: We are opening class schedules for the 2020-21 school year for you to view. Please click the headline above to follow the steps to complete the Acknowledgement/Agreement first. You will then be able to open the student schedule and order textbooks.
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Connections Magazine: Spring 2020

CHECK OUT the Spring 2020 issue of Connections Magazine — just click the headline. Besides great alumni info, we highlight how Judge not only survived but thrived with distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic school closure. Read all about it!
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Summer Reading

From My Antonia to Frankenstein to The Handmaid's Tale, our required Summer Reading list is full of compelling choices for incoming freshmen on up to the senior class. Click the headline above for the complete reading list and enjoy!
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Bulldogs Honored with National Community Service Awards

We are delighted to announce 186 Judge Memorial students are being recognized by the United Nations Association (UNA-USA) and InnerView in the 2nd Annual National Community Service Awards. It's been a purposeful year, Bulldogs. As youth leaders, you are already helping to transform the world.
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'A Life Not To Be Forgotten'

Take a moment to read this column about the life of Jim Yerkovich from Salt Lake Tribune columnist Gordon Monson. Click the headline: "He was teaching more than motion offense and transition D. He was molding disorganized teenagers into disciplined humans. The court at the school was the frame for his instruction.
It’s all he ever wanted to do — coach up the kids at Judge. And teach calculus. And educate and administrate. And win."
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Judge Memorial 2020 Commencement

In case you missed it, click the headline above to see the Judge Memorial 2020 Commencement, originally streamed on Sunday, June 14. The Conferral of diplomas took place on the Judge Memorial campus during a personalized Graduation Parade.
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Bulldog Press Named Best High School Media Program

So pleased to announce the Bulldog Press has been awarded First Place, Best High School Media Program in Utah for 3A/2A/1A schools. The award is part of the Utah Collegiate Media Alliance Futures - Excellence in High School Journalism annual contest. From breaking news, features and opinion writing to podcasts, design and photography, Bulldogs won across the board. Click the headline for all individual awards. Congratulations to Dr. Sloan and the Bulldog Press!
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College Essay & Application Boot Camps

In these uncertain times, here's one thing that isn't: we can help seniors ace the college essay and application process! Both Bootcamps are August 10-11, 13 but please click the headline to sign up now! The college application intensive workshop will assist seniors complete a bulk of the college application before school starts.

Immediately following the Bootcamp, Ms. Koles and Ms. Sawaya will help you write a great college essay which can be a daunting task. It is often the scariest part of the admission process, but it doesn’t have to be. The workshop is designed to help students create a strong draft version or final version of the admissions essay that they will submit to colleges. Click the headline to register.
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