News and Announcements

Students 4 Students Annual 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. For the second year, the Students 4 Students fundraiser will be completed through an online, mobile friendly app so students can easily share their donation page with their friends, neighbors and relatives. Click the title above for more info, to donate and for current fundraising totals.
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BEAKS, GREEK AND A BABY! - Dinner with the Lamberts

Hey Judge parents, come to Tracy Aviary on Sunday, September 22 from 4:00-7:00 pm to see what the Stork brought the Lamberts! Join Principal Patrick Lambert along with his wife Hilary, son James and new daughter Hanna for an afternoon with the birds and authentic Greek delicacies from Dask’s Greek Grill, and Judge parents Jorge and Carolynn Daskalakis. A great opportunity to support Judge while socializing with Judge families and feathered friends. Cost $75/person. Space is limited so click above to reserve your spots NOW!
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Boys Lax Hosts Bulldog Golf Classic '19

The Judge Memorial Catholic High School Boys Lacrosse Team invites you to join us for the Bulldog Golf Classic on Sunday October 6, 2019 at Mountain Dell Golf Course.  Register your foursome, or individually and get ready to have some fun!  Everyone is welcome. Tournament format is a four person scramble. Don't delay!
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Judge Named Best Catholic High School in Utah

Exciting news! We have been ranked the #1 Catholic high school in Utah. The ranking by is based on rigorous analysis of test scores, student-teacher ratio, the quality of colleges students consider plus reviews from students and parents. Niche is the single largest website dedicated to researching K-12 schools. Congrats to our students and faculty for earning this well-deserved honor. Click above for more info.
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Alumni Paul Burke Named Lawyer of the Year

The Utah State Bar has named Paul C. Burke '89, a shareholder (equity partner), director, and the general counsel of Ray Quinney & Nebeker, as the 2019 Lawyer of the Year. Mr. Burke will formally accept the award on July 20th at the Utah State Bar’s Summer Convention. The Lawyer of the Year Award is presented to a Utah State Bar member who, over a long and distinguished legal career, has by his or her ethical and personal conduct, commitment and activities, exemplified for their fellow attorneys the epitome of professionalism; and who has also rendered extraordinary contributions to the programs and activities of the Utah State Bar.
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Boys Soccer Is Back-to-Back State Champions!

Congratulations to the Boys Soccer team for their come from behind win Friday, May 10, in the State Championship game! The Bulldogs went down 2-0 in the first half, but were able to find the back of the net off goals from Juan Batalla and Jack Terrill, both assisted by Joe Paul, to tie the game before halftime. Coming out of halftime, Anthony Galindo put the final goal, and game winner, in only three minutes into the second half. Click above to read more about their victory.
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Robotics Takes 12th Place In Galileo Division at Worlds!

The Judge Memorial Robotics team, JudgeMent Call, competed in the World Championships during Easter Break in Houston, Texas. Team 5933, JudgeMent Calls competition team number, had a record of seven matches won and three loses. The team walked away with exceptional results finishing 12th place overall in the Galileo Division, and being one of the top ranked robotics team in Utah. Click above to see an interview with the team's president and team mentor from ABC Channel 4 News.
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Safe UT

If you or someone you know is experiencing crisis, bullying, or threats, please click above to make an anonymous report. Communication available with a crisis counselor if needed. You are not alone. Help is available.
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Judge Memorial Named One Of America's Most Challenging High Schools

The Challenge Index by Washington Post columnist, Jay Mathews, names Judge Memorial One of the Most Challenging High Schools. The Challenge Index is the oldest high school ranking system in the country, beginning in 1998 in both Newsweek and The Washington Post. Judge is ranked #355 in the country, placing Judge in the top 2% of all schools in the nation and #1 High School in Utah.
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Don't Miss the Bulldog Boogie

Calling all youth 5 years and up. Be a part of this year's "Broadway Boogie" at halftime of the Sept. 6 football game at McCarthey Stadium. Practice times are Tues-Wed-Thurs Sept. 3,4,5 from 5:00-6:30 pm at Judge Memorial. Registration, open through Sept. 3, is $30 and includes the annual Bulldog Boogie T-Shirt.
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