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PCHS Fall Sports Media Day is August 10th

Attention Parents! PCHS Fall Sports Media Day is August 10th What you need to know PCHS schedules “Media Days” three times a year for Fall, Winter and Spring sports. This year, Fall Media Day will be held in the back gym on Friday, August 10th. Media Day photos are taken of every team and every

2018-19 Fall Sports Tryout Dates

Park City High School students grades 9-12 are encouraged to tryout for Miners athletic teams this fall. Below is the list of official tryout date/first practice dates. For more information and/or to check the summer training scheduled for each program, please contact the head coach. Football: Monday, July 30th Summer training and camps are taking place.

Have you shared our new Shop page yet?

We earn a percentage of all your purchases from our shop page! Have you shared it on your social media accounts to friends and family yet? Every little bit helps us raise money for our athletes. Here’s how: Click this link to visit the shop page Copy the web address of the page you are on Go to Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor,

Do you know how our new Shop page works?

Earlier this month we launched a brand-new shop-raising page that you could get to by clicking the SHOP link on our site navigation. When you shop for the things you need by using the links on that page, our athletic department earns cash-back from your purchase! Here is a quick video with how the program is powered through

Water Polo Teams Prepare for State Tournament

The Park City Water Polo JV team’s just concluded their season at the Utah State Junior Varsity Water Polo Championships in class 6A, up from the 3A class they’ve historically played at. The Boys finished with a State Tournament with record of 4-1 and finished in 2nd place losing in the 10-6 in the finals against host Olympus

Girls Golf Takes Region 11 Title

The Miners Girls Golf team took home the Region 11 title on Thursday after the last region golf tournament at Stansbury Park Golf Course. Park City finished the season at 1733 strokes, 62 strokes ahead of second place Stansbury (1795). Bonneville (1967) finished third and was the only other region team to break 2000 strokes