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UVU Parent Permission Form

Submitted by anna.palmer on Thu, 09/11/2014 - 13:49
Story by Anna Palmer

If you (or your student) is enrolled in an ALC class for which they are receiving UVU credit, a UVU Parent Permission Form needs to be filled out, signed by a parent, and turned in to the front office at ALC.

Forms can be downloaded HERE. If you have any questions, please call us at 801-489-2833. Please get these forms to just as soon as you can. Thank you! 

Changes for Utah IT Challenge

Submitted by anna.palmer on Tue, 09/09/2014 - 08:25
Story by Richard Dougan

This year, there will be a big change in the way the Utah IT Challenge will be executed. Instead of a central school hosting the surrounding schools, each school will have its own IT Challenge.  This could be on a certain day and time, or the challenge could be thoughout the year. The entries must be sent to the State IT department by April 2015. The IT Challenge is a free MTA testing day. Normally the tests are $70 each. At the ALC, the challenge will be available thoughout the year.   We invite those who wish to compete to email Mr.

UVU Concurrent Enrollment Deadlines

Submitted by alan.ashton on Wed, 09/03/2014 - 15:57



  • Last Day to Complete UVU Admissions with NO Late Fee
  • ($50 Late Admission Fee begins September 6)


  • Last Day to Complete UVU Admission WITH %50 Late Fee
  • Last Day to Submit Pre-requisite Test Scores for Math, Biology, and English to the CE Office
  • Last Day to Submit "Sophomore by Exception Application" to the CE Office


Cable Car Challenge

Submitted by anna.palmer on Tue, 09/02/2014 - 12:37
Story by Khristen Massic
Cable Car Challenge

Students in the Introduction to Engineering Design classes started the year off with "The Cable Car Challenge". In teams of two or three, using only the materials provided, students were asked to design and build a device to move a small cube as far as possible across the room on a fishing-line cable. Check out picture #1 showing the "cable car" moving along the fishing-line in the upper section of the photo.

"Bloody" Gloves in Medical Forensics

Submitted by anna.palmer on Fri, 08/29/2014 - 13:10
Story by Natalie Grant
"Bloody" Gloves in Medical Forensics

In Medical Forensics, students learned how to use proper hand-washing techniques and the importance of having a sterile working environment.  Then they donned gloves and got their hands all "bloody" to learn how to dispose of contaminated gloves without getting the blood on their hands.  Great students, great time!!!  Go ALC Medical Forensics!!! 

New Classes at ALC

Submitted by anna.palmer on Fri, 08/29/2014 - 09:20
Story by Anna Palmer

We are excited to be offering new classes at ALC beginning with the 2014-15 school year. In addition to those listed below, we are proud to say we are the only high school in the county to offer a face-to-face English 2010 course. Here are the new classes we are beginning to offer this year:

ALC Robotics

Submitted by anna.palmer on Wed, 05/28/2014 - 10:06
Video by Brandon Arnold

The ewoks have been hard at work in their robotics class.

ALC Students Swept State!

Submitted by anna.palmer on Tue, 05/27/2014 - 10:52

Students taking I.T. Challenge tests were recognized with awards based on test score comparisons across the state. ALC students received the following awards:

1st Place for Adobe Photoshop CS6 - Chandler Harris

1st Place for MTA Windows Server - Levi Madsen

1st Place for MTA Security - 3-way tie
Devyn Cyphers, Travis Heffelfinger, and Andrew Rollins

1st Place for MTA Networking - Levi Madsen
2nd Place for MTA Networking - Michael Elzinga

Part II: Utah Digital Media Arts Festival

Submitted by anna.palmer on Fri, 05/23/2014 - 07:56

ALC Digital Media student, Abe Hammond, created the only game in all the festival submissions that utilized 3D graphics. With that, Abe earned 2nd place in the Game category, for his game "Battle of Legend". What a wonderful accomplishment! Congratulations, Abe!

Utah Digital Media Arts Festival

Submitted by anna.palmer on Thu, 05/15/2014 - 13:15

ALC Digital Media students participated in the Utah Digital Media Arts Festival May 6th. The festival received around 300 submissions from around the state. Four ALC students placed in three categories. We congratulate each of these students on their award-winning entries! View the entries below.

3D Animation
2nd Place - Devin Eggleston "Troubled Skies"

Digital Video
2nd Place - Tucker Lund "Don't Be a Target"
3rd Place - Ruth Everett "Youth”

2D Animation
3rd Place - Tyler Anderton "Shields?!"


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