February 2015

ALC Open House

ALC will be hosting an open house soon. Bring your family and friends to visit our campus and see what we have to offer high school students in the Nebo School District. Monday, March 2nd, 4:00 - 7:00 p.m. and Tuesday, March 3rd, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. the ALC campus will be open to visitors. Check out all of our programs: Health Sciences, Digital Media, Engineering, Game Design, 3D Graphics & Animation, Robotics, Building Construction, and Distance Learning. Come join the fun with prize drawings and food!

Disassemble and Reassemble

Story and Photos by Richard Dougan

Students in the A+ computer repair class have been taking apart and putting together laptops recently. What an incredible skill to have!

Engineering Students Create

Story and Photos by Khristen Massic

In the Materials and Processes class, students were prompted by the question, "What could we design/create that reuses materials?" Students then went through the design process to brainstorm as many ideas as possible. The students narrowed down which ideas they would like to further develop. Students participated in various critique sessions with peers in order to make their idea better. Finally, students presented their ideas to a board of "investors" to practice presentation skills and get additional feedback.

Sundance 2015 Part II

Story by Anna Palmer

ALC Films students attended a viewing of "Racing Extinction" recently at Sundance. Students were able to meet the director of this film, Louie Psihoyos, who also directed “The Cove” which was at Sundance a few years ago. What a great opportunity for our Film students.


Concurrent Enrollment Students Save $8.2 Million

Story by Anna Palmer

Darrel Hammon, Senior Director of Community College Programs at UVU, announced last week just how much Concurrent Enrollment students saved over the 2013-2014 school year. By taking concurrent enrollment classes during high school, students saved 8.2 million dollars in college tuition costs. What a savings, what an opportunity! At $5 per credit hour, concurrent enrollment (college credit earned while in high school) courses save each student hundreds of dollars in college tuition. 

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