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Max O’Reilly Headed to NAfME All-National Choir

Max O’Reilly, Park City High School Junior, will be representing the state of Utah and Park City High School at the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) 2019 All-National Honor Choir. During 2018–19 school year, along with other accomplished music students across the United States and overseas in military base schools, Max O’Reilly practiced with dedication

UMEA All State Choir Members

Congratulations to the Park City High School students chosen for the UMEA Utah All-State Choir: Beka Hardman, Emma Sundahl, Nick Johnstone, and Max O’Reilly.  This 640 member choir is considered to represent the best high school singers across state of Utah. Their concert was Saturday, October 12 in the Salt Lake Tabernacle.

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder

Park City High Theatre Presents A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder Performance dates are: November 21 @ 7:00pm November 22 @ 7:00pm November 23 @ 2:00pm and 7:00pm Tickets are $10 and $5 with a student ID and can be pre-purchased at: Cash, Cards, and Checks accepted at the door of the Eccles

Health Care Professionals Aim To Increase Concussion Understanding With Conference

BY JED BOAL, KSL TV SEPTEMBER 27, 2019 AT 10:10 PM   PARK CITY, Utah – Health care officials said they hope to help coaches, athletes and parents better understand the dangers of concussions at a first-of-its-kind educational conference. Utah Department of Health officials said 14 students suffer a concussion at school each week. More than a

Miners Win Against Murray!

The cheers of players, parents, and friends echoed from the Park City Ice Arena on Wednesday night as the Park City Miners won 5-0 against the Murray Spartans in their first preseason game! With goals scored by Scott Burnette, Zack Blaszak, Wes Griffin, Sebastian Skeffington, and Ryan Jeffrey. A fantastic start to the year for

Choir Fall Concert

Tuesday, October 1st 6:30 PM Eccles Auditorium Free Admission   Come hear our Premiere Concert of the 2019-2020 school year: folk songs, madrigals, new and old–spanning Latin, Zulu, German, Japanese, Haliwa-Saponi, and the English languages.