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WEBER HIGH SCHOOL

430 W. Weber High Drive, Pleasant View, UT 84414

Counseling Office:  801-476-3703

Main Office:  801-476-3700

Fax:  801-467-3799

CEEB Code: 450-270

http://www.weber.wsd.net

 

Community

Weber High school is located in Pleasant View, Utah about 5 miles north of Ogden,Utah. It serves the residents of Pleasant View, North Ogden, Harrisville, Huntsville, Eden, and Liberty.  Expectations from family, faculty and administration are high.  Students are very respectful and considerate of their peers and adults.  The community is comprised of mostly middle to upper class homes.

 

District

Weber School District is located in northern Utah in the heart of Weber County.  Nestled within the Wasatch Region, Weber School District serves the educational needs of Weber Cone, Fremont Cone, Roy Cone and Bonneville Cone.  The District is one of the state’s largest and fastest growing areas boasting a diversified economic base.  Currently, the district consists of seven high schools, ten junior highs and 29 elementary schools utilizing a K-6, 7-9 and 10-12 grade-level configuration.

 

School

Weber High School, an IB World School, is accredited by AdvancED and is a 6A comprehensive three-year public high school with an enrollment of approximately 2000 students in grades 10-12. Weber is located in Pleasant View, Utah about 5 miles north of Ogden,Utah. It serves the residents of Pleasant View, North Ogden, Harrisville, Huntsville, Eden, and Liberty. Most students are high achieving and 90% will go on to pursue additional education at either a four-year or two-year institution of higher learning. Weber High School offers a diverse curriculum designed to meet the academic and socio-emotional needs to all leaders, and includes over 40 Concurrent Enrollment classes and 17 Advanced Placement classes.

 

 

 

 

Curriculum

The academic program is organized on a block schedule. Eight credits per semester is the maximum course load; students take eight 80-minute block classes and one 40-minute class called FLEX.  Students attend four block classes and the FLEX class daily. Block classes are semester-long; each block class meets every other day.

 

The FLEX period is a multi-purpose class period. It is held every day, except Mondays, for 40 minutes. Students can choose to take a study hall or a regular class. If a student has failed a class or is off-track for graduation, that student will be assigned a particular FLEX class for remediation or additional help in that subject area. Additionally, students may use the FLEX period – with prior teacher approval – for make-up or test re-takes or additional help/tutoring from one of their teachers. All student assemblies and announcements will take place during the FLEX class period.

 

These AP courses are offered:  Art History, Biology, Calculus AB and BC, Chemistry, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Environmental Science, European History, Psychology, Studio Art, Government and Politics: United States, Government and Politics: Comparative, Physics 1, Statistics, United States History. AP world language and culture courses offered include German and Spanish. AP is an open-enrollment program.

 

IB classes will be taught starting the 2018-2019 school year.

 

Honors classes are offered in English 10, English 11, United States History, World History, Math 2, and Math 3.

 

The Concurrent Enrollment (CE) program enables juniors and seniors to enroll in courses and earn college credits at local institutions of higher education.  There are currently over 40 CE classes that are available for students to take.

Grading and Ranking

 

A (Superior) = 4.000

A- = 3.667

B+ = 3.333

B (Above Average) = 3.000

B- = 2.667

C+ = 2.333

C (Average) = 2.000

C- = 1.667

D+ = 3.333

D (Below Average) = 1.000

D- = 0.667

 

F (Failure) = 0.000

 

 

Rank

Class rank is based upon Grade Point Average (GPA).   

 

Grade Point Average (GPA) Calculation

GPA is computed using the above quality points. Beginning with grade nine, all subjects, whether passed or failed, are included in the computation. A minimum of 27 credits is required for graduation. In addition, each student must complete the Civics Test. Grades are recorded on the transcript and GPA is computed at the end of every quarter.

 

 

High School Graduation Requirements

4 Credits of English (Language Arts)

You must complete:

  • 1.0 Credit English 9

  • 1.0 Credit English 10 or English 10 Honors

  • 1.0 Credit English 11, English 11 Honors or AP Language,

  • 1.0 of your choice: English 12, AP Literature & Composition, Creative Writing (0.50 credit), Journalism, or Debate. You may also chose WSU Intro to Interpersonal Communication (COMM2110) with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or better; WSU Intro to College Writing (ENGL1010) with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or better & a minimum of 17 on the English & reading portions of the ACT. If you score a 29 or better on the English portion of the ACT or pass the AP Language Test with a 3 or better, you may use WSU Intermediate College Writing (ENGL2010) for your English 12 credit.

3 Credits of Mathematics

You must complete:

  • 1.0 Credit Secondary Math 1 (or Math 1 Honors)

  • 1.0 Credit Secondary Math 2 (or Math 2 Honors)

  • 1.0 Credit Secondary Math 3 (or Math 3 Honors)

  • Parents may sign a formal request in the PCCR for a student to replace Secondary Math 3 with one of the following math classes: Statistics, AP Statistics, AP Calculus, College Prep Math, Accounting 1 & 2, or Math Decision for Life.

3 Credits of Science

You must complete:

  • At least 2.0 credits from the four foundation areas of science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, & Earth Systems. Each science area has an AP option available.

  • One additional credit must be completed from the foundation classes or one of the following: Astronomy, Animal Science, Digital Electronics, Medical Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Forensics, Natural Resource Management, Plant & Soil Science, AP Environmental Science, or Principle of Engineering.

3 Credits of Social Studies

You must complete:

  • 0.5 Credit Geography

  • 1.0 Credit World Civilizations, AP European History, or AP World History

  • 1.0 Credit US History or AP American History, and

  • 0.5 Credit US Government & Citizenship, US Government Honors or AP US Government & Citizenship

  • Students must also pass a Basic US Civics Test to receive a high school diploma as of January 1, 2016. The test will be completed in the US Government/AP Government class.

1.5 Credits of Physical Education

  • Fitness for Life is required for 0.5 credit of the total 1.5 PE credit needed.

1.5 Credits of Fine Arts

1.0 Credit of Career & Technical Education (CTE)

0.5 Credit of Health Education

0.5 Credit of Digital Studies

0.5 Credit of Financial Literacy

8.5 Credits of Electives

 

*For a complete description of the courses offered, visit http://weber.wsd.net/images/documents/1819ecourseguide.pdf

 

 

Extracurricular Programs

Weber High School offers a rich set of extracurriculars to supplement its core academic program.  Below are the extracurricular opportunities available to students.

 

Athletics

Fall

Winter

Spring

Cheerleading

Warriorettes

Cross Country, Boys

Cross Country, Girls

Football

Soccer, Girls

Tennis, Girls

Golf, Boys

Volleyball

Basketball, Boys

Basketball, Girls

Swimming, Boys

Swimming, Girls

Wrestling

Baseball, Boys

Softball, Girls

Track, Boys

Track, Girls

Soccer, Boys

Tennis, Boys

Golf, Girls

 

Arts

Music

Theatre/Art

Jazz Ensemble

Marching Band

Concert Band

Drumline

Orchestra

Chamber Choir

Acapella Choir

Choralaires

Symphic Society

Fall Musical

Winter Play

Spring Musical

Play Productions

Actors Repertory

Theatre Tech (Stage Crew)

Art Club

 

Clubs and Groups

Clubs

Clubs (Cont.)

Groups

Academic Olympiad

American Sign Language

Astronomy

Best Buddies

Book Club

Chinese

Computer Science Club

DECA

Drama Club

English Quest

Warrior APES (AP Environmental Science)

FCCLA (Family Career Community Leaders of America)

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)

FFA (Future Farmers of America)

German

HOSA (Future Healthcare Professionals)

MESA

Multicultural Club

National Honor Society

Rocky Mountain Battle Bots

League/National Robotics

League/Weber High Chapter

Skills USA

Spanish

Speech and Debate Club

Writer’s Club

Boys Volleyball

CHAOS

Chess

Gay/Straight Alliance

Feminism 101

Grindset

Let’s Play Magic

Rock ‘N Metal

Sci Fi Fandom Group

Tabletop Strategy Group

Water Polo

Weber Sir Soft

Weber Boys’ LaCrosse

Weber Girls’ LaCrosse

Weber High Mountain Bike

 

 

 

Standardized Test Results - Class of 2017

 

ACT Test Results

  • 553 students were tested

  • Average Composite Score = 20.9

    • Average English Score = 20.6

    • Average Mathematics Score = 20.3

    • Average Reading Score = 21.2

    • Average Science Score = 21.0

 

Advanced Placement Results

  • In May 2017, 477 took AP Exams

  • A total of 745 exams were taken in 21 subjects

  • 50.8% of the AP Exams received scores of 3 or higher

  • Percentage of students that received a 3 or higher in each AP test:

    • Art History = 63.2%

    • Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio = 100%

    • English Language and Composition = 79.7%

    • English Literature and Composition = 76.2%

    • European History = 47.2%

    • Human Geography = 51.4%

    • Macroeconomics = 100%

    • Microeconomics = 100%

    • Psychology = 55%

    • United State Government and Politics = 66.2%

    • United States History = 65.4%

    • Calculus AB = 73.2%

    • Calculus BC = 96.2%

    • Computer Science A = 100%

    • Computer Science Principles = 100%

    • Statistics = 35.3%

    • Biology = 63%

    • Chemistry = 73.9%

    • Environmental Science = 71.4%

    • Physics 1 = 50%

    • Spanish Language and Culture = 87.5%

 

SAT Test

We do not widely promote the SAT test and have very few students that take it because the majority of our students go to in-state schools that only require the ACT test.

 

 

College Acceptances and Graduation - Class of 2016

 

577 of 612 Students Graduated (93.7% Graduation Rate)

45.6% Enrolled in College for the Fall 2016

 

University of Utah 19

Utah State University 38

Weber State University 133

Southern Utah University 9

Snow College 7

Dixie State University 15

Utah Valley University 9

Salt Lake Community College 2

Brigham Young University 13

Westminster College 1

Davis Technical College 6

Other In-State 1

Other Out-of-State 32

*Status Unknown 314

 

*The majority of these students serve a 2-year LDS mission right after high school graduation before starting college.

 

 

 

WEBER HIGH SCHOOL

430 W. Weber High Drive, Pleasant View, UT 84414

Counseling Office:  801-476-3703

Main Office:  801-476-3700

Fax:  801-467-3799

CEEB Code: 450-270

http://www.weber.wsd.net

 

Community

Weber High school is located in Pleasant View, Utah about 5 miles north of Ogden,Utah. It serves the residents of Pleasant View, North Ogden, Harrisville, Huntsville, Eden, and Liberty.  Expectations from family, faculty and administration are high.  Students are very respectful and considerate of their peers and adults.  The community is comprised of mostly middle to upper class homes.

 

District

Weber School District is located in northern Utah in the heart of Weber County.  Nestled within the Wasatch Region, Weber School District serves the educational needs of Weber Cone, Fremont Cone, Roy Cone and Bonneville Cone.  The District is one of the state’s largest and fastest growing areas boasting a diversified economic base.  Currently, the district consists of seven high schools, ten junior highs and 29 elementary schools utilizing a K-6, 7-9 and 10-12 grade-level configuration.

 

School

Weber High School, an IB World School, is accredited by AdvancED and is a 6A comprehensive three-year public high school with an enrollment of approximately 2000 students in grades 10-12. Weber is located in Pleasant View, Utah about 5 miles north of Ogden,Utah. It serves the residents of Pleasant View, North Ogden, Harrisville, Huntsville, Eden, and Liberty. Most students are high achieving and 90% will go on to pursue additional education at either a four-year or two-year institution of higher learning. Weber High School offers a diverse curriculum designed to meet the academic and socio-emotional needs to all leaders, and includes over 40 Concurrent Enrollment classes and 17 Advanced Placement classes.

 

 

 

 

Curriculum

The academic program is organized on a block schedule. Eight credits per semester is the maximum course load; students take eight 80-minute block classes and one 40-minute class called FLEX.  Students attend four block classes and the FLEX class daily. Block classes are semester-long; each block class meets every other day.

 

The FLEX period is a multi-purpose class period. It is held every day, except Mondays, for 40 minutes. Students can choose to take a study hall or a regular class. If a student has failed a class or is off-track for graduation, that student will be assigned a particular FLEX class for remediation or additional help in that subject area. Additionally, students may use the FLEX period – with prior teacher approval – for make-up or test re-takes or additional help/tutoring from one of their teachers. All student assemblies and announcements will take place during the FLEX class period.

 

These AP courses are offered:  Art History, Biology, Calculus AB and BC, Chemistry, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, Environmental Science, European History, Psychology, Studio Art, Government and Politics: United States, Government and Politics: Comparative, Physics 1, Statistics, United States History. AP world language and culture courses offered include German and Spanish. AP is an open-enrollment program.

 

IB classes will be taught starting the 2018-2019 school year.

 

Honors classes are offered in English 10, English 11, United States History, World History, Math 2, and Math 3.

 

The Concurrent Enrollment (CE) program enables juniors and seniors to enroll in courses and earn college credits at local institutions of higher education.  There are currently over 40 CE classes that are available for students to take.

Grading and Ranking

 

A (Superior) = 4.000

A- = 3.667

B+ = 3.333

B (Above Average) = 3.000

B- = 2.667

C+ = 2.333

C (Average) = 2.000

C- = 1.667

D+ = 3.333

D (Below Average) = 1.000

D- = 0.667

 

F (Failure) = 0.000

 

 

Rank

Class rank is based upon Grade Point Average (GPA).   

 

Grade Point Average (GPA) Calculation

GPA is computed using the above quality points. Beginning with grade nine, all subjects, whether passed or failed, are included in the computation. A minimum of 27 credits is required for graduation. In addition, each student must complete the Civics Test. Grades are recorded on the transcript and GPA is computed at the end of every quarter.

 

 

High School Graduation Requirements

4 Credits of English (Language Arts)

You must complete:

  • 1.0 Credit English 9

  • 1.0 Credit English 10 or English 10 Honors

  • 1.0 Credit English 11, English 11 Honors or AP Language,

  • 1.0 of your choice: English 12, AP Literature & Composition, Creative Writing (0.50 credit), Journalism, or Debate. You may also chose WSU Intro to Interpersonal Communication (COMM2110) with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or better; WSU Intro to College Writing (ENGL1010) with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or better & a minimum of 17 on the English & reading portions of the ACT. If you score a 29 or better on the English portion of the ACT or pass the AP Language Test with a 3 or better, you may use WSU Intermediate College Writing (ENGL2010) for your English 12 credit.

3 Credits of Mathematics

You must complete:

  • 1.0 Credit Secondary Math 1 (or Math 1 Honors)

  • 1.0 Credit Secondary Math 2 (or Math 2 Honors)

  • 1.0 Credit Secondary Math 3 (or Math 3 Honors)

  • Parents may sign a formal request in the PCCR for a student to replace Secondary Math 3 with one of the following math classes: Statistics, AP Statistics, AP Calculus, College Prep Math, Accounting 1 & 2, or Math Decision for Life.

3 Credits of Science

You must complete:

  • At least 2.0 credits from the four foundation areas of science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, & Earth Systems. Each science area has an AP option available.

  • One additional credit must be completed from the foundation classes or one of the following: Astronomy, Animal Science, Digital Electronics, Medical Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Forensics, Natural Resource Management, Plant & Soil Science, AP Environmental Science, or Principle of Engineering.

3 Credits of Social Studies

You must complete:

  • 0.5 Credit Geography

  • 1.0 Credit World Civilizations, AP European History, or AP World History

  • 1.0 Credit US History or AP American History, and

  • 0.5 Credit US Government & Citizenship, US Government Honors or AP US Government & Citizenship

  • Students must also pass a Basic US Civics Test to receive a high school diploma as of January 1, 2016. The test will be completed in the US Government/AP Government class.

1.5 Credits of Physical Education

  • Fitness for Life is required for 0.5 credit of the total 1.5 PE credit needed.

1.5 Credits of Fine Arts

1.0 Credit of Career & Technical Education (CTE)

0.5 Credit of Health Education

0.5 Credit of Digital Studies

0.5 Credit of Financial Literacy

8.5 Credits of Electives

 

*For a complete description of the courses offered, visit http://weber.wsd.net/images/documents/1819ecourseguide.pdf

 

 

Extracurricular Programs

Weber High School offers a rich set of extracurriculars to supplement its core academic program.  Below are the extracurricular opportunities available to students.

 

Athletics

Fall

Winter

Spring

Cheerleading

Warriorettes

Cross Country, Boys

Cross Country, Girls

Football

Soccer, Girls

Tennis, Girls

Golf, Boys

Volleyball

Basketball, Boys

Basketball, Girls

Swimming, Boys

Swimming, Girls

Wrestling

Baseball, Boys

Softball, Girls

Track, Boys

Track, Girls

Soccer, Boys

Tennis, Boys

Golf, Girls

 

Arts

Music

Theatre/Art

Jazz Ensemble

Marching Band

Concert Band

Drumline

Orchestra

Chamber Choir

Acapella Choir

Choralaires

Symphic Society

Fall Musical

Winter Play

Spring Musical

Play Productions

Actors Repertory

Theatre Tech (Stage Crew)

Art Club

 

Clubs and Groups

Clubs

Clubs (Cont.)

Groups

Academic Olympiad

American Sign Language

Astronomy

Best Buddies

Book Club

Chinese

Computer Science Club

DECA

Drama Club

English Quest

Warrior APES (AP Environmental Science)

FCCLA (Family Career Community Leaders of America)

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)

FFA (Future Farmers of America)

German

HOSA (Future Healthcare Professionals)

MESA

Multicultural Club

National Honor Society

Rocky Mountain Battle Bots

League/National Robotics

League/Weber High Chapter

Skills USA

Spanish

Speech and Debate Club

Writer’s Club

Boys Volleyball

CHAOS

Chess

Gay/Straight Alliance

Feminism 101

Grindset

Let’s Play Magic

Rock ‘N Metal

Sci Fi Fandom Group

Tabletop Strategy Group

Water Polo

Weber Sir Soft

Weber Boys’ LaCrosse

Weber Girls’ LaCrosse

Weber High Mountain Bike

 

 

 

Standardized Test Results - Class of 2017

 

ACT Test Results

  • 553 students were tested

  • Average Composite Score = 20.9

    • Average English Score = 20.6

    • Average Mathematics Score = 20.3

    • Average Reading Score = 21.2

    • Average Science Score = 21.0

 

Advanced Placement Results

  • In May 2017, 477 took AP Exams

  • A total of 745 exams were taken in 21 subjects

  • 50.8% of the AP Exams received scores of 3 or higher

  • Percentage of students that received a 3 or higher in each AP test:

    • Art History = 63.2%

    • Studio Art: Drawing Portfolio = 100%

    • English Language and Composition = 79.7%

    • English Literature and Composition = 76.2%

    • European History = 47.2%

    • Human Geography = 51.4%

    • Macroeconomics = 100%

    • Microeconomics = 100%

    • Psychology = 55%

    • United State Government and Politics = 66.2%

    • United States History = 65.4%

    • Calculus AB = 73.2%

    • Calculus BC = 96.2%

    • Computer Science A = 100%

    • Computer Science Principles = 100%

    • Statistics = 35.3%

    • Biology = 63%

    • Chemistry = 73.9%

    • Environmental Science = 71.4%

    • Physics 1 = 50%

    • Spanish Language and Culture = 87.5%

 

SAT Test

We do not widely promote the SAT test and have very few students that take it because the majority of our students go to in-state schools that only require the ACT test.

 

 

College Acceptances and Graduation - Class of 2016

 

577 of 612 Students Graduated (93.7% Graduation Rate)

45.6% Enrolled in College for the Fall 2016

 

University of Utah 19

Utah State University 38

Weber State University 133

Southern Utah University 9

Snow College 7

Dixie State University 15

Utah Valley University 9

Salt Lake Community College 2

Brigham Young University 13

Westminster College 1

Davis Technical College 6

Other In-State 1

Other Out-of-State 32

*Status Unknown 314

 

*The majority of these students serve a 2-year LDS mission right after high school graduation before starting college.

 

 

 

Wee Weber’s objective is to help high school students learn appropriate practices when teaching young children. 

Objectives for the children: high school students will be teaching the children in all the basic areas of childhood learning, including: math, science, language, reading, music, art, gross motor and fine motor skills and much more.

Age Days Hours Prices
3 year old class Tuesday & Thursday 9:30 - 12:00 $65/month
4 year old class Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9:30 - 12:00 $85/month

Class sizes are limited to 18 per class.  Registration is on a first come first serve basis.  If classes fill up, a waiting list will be started and you will be notified of openings according to the list.

If you would like more information, please contact

  • Bonnie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 801-476-3759
  • Sue at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 801-814-7913

 

APPLY NOW TO BECOME A PTSA STUDENT REP!

We are looking for fun, motivated, responsible students to serve on our PTSA student council. We would like representatives from each grade. If you would like to join our PTSA student council and help with great activities at Weber High then please apply!
 
Applications are due September 26th.

 


FIGHT THE NEW DRUG AND NETSMARTZ

Community Safety Awareness Assembly

fightthenewdrug.org and netsmartz.org

See the full story on the Standard Examiner!

With over 1500 in attendance, the PTA's of the Weber Cone would like to Thank all who contributed to spreading the word and attending this event. Keep spreading the word to become a "FIGHTER". Visit fightthenewdrug.org and sign the "fighter" pledge. For help in overcoming addictions join their "FORTIFY" program and regain your life!

For more information and tips to stay safe on the internet visit Netsmartz.org

Special Thanks to Melanie Dahlin(NOJH PTSA), Marlisa Lund,  and Tia Lundgren(WHS PTSA) for arranging this event. Also Thank-you Weber Cone Schools and PTA's-WHS, OJH, NOJH, Snowcrest, Majestic Elementary, and Bates Elementary for hosting, contributing funds and advertising. Thank-you also to our Weber area LDS organizations, St. James Catholic Church, and North Ogden Baptist Church for spreading the word to our community. We appreciate YOU!


Above and Beyond Award

This year the PTSA will be honoring our Weber High Staff (teachers, counselors, administration, secretaries, custodians, lunch personnel, or anybody else that works at Weber High. Each month we will award our "ABOVE AND BEYOND" Award.

Winners will receive a free meal from Texas Roadhouse, be honored at the Warrior of the Month luncheon, and recognized throughout the month at the school on our PTSA bulletin board located outside the small gym. Teachers, parents, students, and all staff may nominate. Nomination forms are in the office, or linked below, and must be received by the PTSA box by the second Wednesday of every month. Nominate today!

Award Recipients
Nomination Form

 

 

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