News and Announcements

Poetry Out Loud: 2021

So proud of our 2021 Poetry Out Loud participants who prove virtual recitations can be just as powerful. Click the headline to enjoy the poems from these talented Bulldogs, some of whom will be headed to the regional and perhaps state competitions. Judge students have finished in the top-3 in the state five times over our past 15 years competing in Poetry Out Loud!

Bulldog Avenue Street Signs Blessed

Flanked by students & school leaders, Fr. Francis blesses the new Bulldog Ave street signs that bookend Judge Memorial. The city added the signs this year to commemorate Judge’s 100-year anniversary. Click the headline to see the blessing and score extra points if you catch when Fr. Francis laughs at his own pun. So endearing!

Back To School Night

All parents and guardians are invited to join us for Back to School Night on Thursday, August 26th from 6:00-8:30pm. Parents will have the opportunity to follow their student's schedule, meet their student's teachers, and receive classroom policies and grading criteria from every teacher. Street parking will be free and the Spirit Shop will be open. See you soon!

Honoring Amazing Women from Judge Memorial and St. Mary of the Wasatch

This March we are pleased to honor some of the amazing women from Judge Memorial and St. Mary of the Wasatch who have made significant contributions to our communities. Click the above title to see some of the women who we are honoring over the last 100 years. You will also have a chance to tell us about more amazing Judge/St. Mary women.

Outdoor Classroom Story Features Judge Memorial

Incredible presence for Judge Memorial in The Salt Lake Tribune's outdoor classroom story. Click the headline to read it. Special thanks to our teachers, students and administration for their enthusiasm and cooperation. We are staying safe and stronger together.

Governor Honors Judge 100-Year Anniversary

News about Judge Memorial's 100-year anniversary continues to spread and that extends all the way to the statehouse. We are honored to have Governor Gary Herbert commemorate our centennial, which you can see by clicking the headline above.

See Judge's Safe and Successful Reopening Model

Due to our unique size and innovative faculty, Judge Memorial has pioneered a rigorous blend of in-person and live-streaming instruction, lauded by parents, that pares our student body into two groups to maintain safety protocols during the pandemic. Click the headline above to see for yourself. We're also offering trial enrollment and financial assistance to empower new builders of a more just society.

'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."

The Passing of Jim Yerkovich

Please keep the Yerkovich family in your loving thoughts and prayers. Jim Yerkovich passed away on June 10. Jim Yerkovich '61, positively affected countless lives as a teacher, coach, administrator, and friend. Jim Yerkovich was the founder of the WE philosophy and was an institution at Judge Memorial. His legacy lives on at Judge Memorial and we are grateful for the love and care he provided through his decades of guidance. Click the headline above to read more about his remarkable life.

Digital Human Dance Concert

Talk about making the most of the moment. Click the headline above to see our 2020 digital Dance Concert. To put this production together, students showcased their creativity — from dancing at home to innovative Zoom sessions. Kudos to the Dance Department and enjoy!
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