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Foundational Pathways

Our Vision 

We empower student voices and actions that value growth, embrace equity, and achieve high expectations. 

Our Mission 

East High School is a student-centered and inclusive learning community. We are dedicated to a school culture that ensures each student has the supports and opportunities necessary to find an academic, social, and emotional place to be BEAST (brave, engaged, accountable, safe, thoughtful). At East, the dedicated teachers, staff, parents/guardians, and community members model what it means to be BEAST by putting students first in our learning and doing, striving for ongoing improvement, and keeping our minds, hearts, and doors open to collaboration. 

At East High School we are proud of our history and traditions. Sustaining our past requires an active focus on our future. If we only focus on who we have been as a school, it will be impossible to change in ways that keep us relevant to what is coming next. In order to truly respect the shifts in the world around us, East has taken a collaborative approach to updating our school Mission and Vision. Since the revision, these ideas have become a north star for the work we do here. They consistently guide our efforts and allow for a clearer path into our future.  

These values have guided us to implement foundational pathways to help foster a growth mindset culture in our school by encouraging students to see the minimum of 24 credits for graduation as the start, not the finish. As part of that shift, each 9th grader was enrolled in Pre-AP English and AP Human Geography this year. The purpose of this adjustment was to help improve foundational skills and access to opportunities that each of our students need to be successful. We are continuing to adjust our course offerings with an emphasis on increasing rigorous instruction and pathways that focus on building students’ 21st century skills needed to be successful in college and in their careers. One of those recent pathways includes offering an AP Capstone Diploma. We also have additional academic and career pathways for students to explore in high school. 

Townhall Recording

Foundational Pathways Infographic

Yours in education, 

Greg Maughan
East High School

Thursday, April 8th

6:00-7:30 p.m.

Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85929858312

Thank you for your participation.


Freshman Class Officer/Senator


Hello 8th graders (soon to be Leopards)!

If you are interested in being a class officer or senator next year at East High please fill out the link below.

Freshmen Class Officer/Senator application

The link will be open from now until Friday April 9th at 3:00pm.

Bryant Middle School will have 4 officers/senators
Clayton Middle School will have 8 officers/senators
Glendale Middle School will have 8 officers/senators
***if we don't get enough applications from one school we give the positions to another school​***

WE have a sleep away summer camp from July 17-19.
You will have a red officer sweater to wear all year at activities.

We are in charge of every assembly, dance, stomp, lunch time activities, Welcome Week, Homecoming Week, and Spirit Week.  We do volunteer service hours, attend games, and help out all over the school.

Student government is a diverse and inclusive space where we learn to listen and make our community a better place.

If you have any questions please email bonnie.obrien@slcschools.org


Enrollment Information - Special Permits Early/Late Enrollment

Students who have been accepted on a special permit (early/late enrollment) please click below for more information on the registration process. If your student is enrolled at a feeder school (Clayton or Glendale) please contact Student Services if you have questions about enrollment or fall registration.

Registration Information 2021-2022

Informacion de registracion 2021-2022

Late Enrollment Link


BUS & Bell Schedule

Transcript Request

For official records requests please use our Parchment link. If you have any registrar questions contact caitlin.hogensen@slcschools.org

Contact Information for East High

Our building is closed but we're still available to help.

For official records requests please use our Parchment link. If you have any registrar questions contact caitlin.hogensen@slcschools.org

For questions regarding fees or fines please contact Kim Schneider at kim.schneider@slcschools.org. You can pay fees/fines through MySchoolfees.com

For enrolling at East High if you live in the school boundary.
1. Contact Barbara Matkin via email at barbara.matkin@slcschools.org

2. Your school counselor will contact you with instructions to make your class schedule and make an appointment to meet with you on the phone or a ZOOM meeting.

Counseling Center Contact Sheet

Counselor Email Alpha by Last Name Zoom Link Phone/Text

Susana Amezcua





Susana.amezcua@slcschools.org A-Di Susana Zoom phone/text: 801-448-7028
Mark Unruh Mark.unruh@slcschools.org Dj-H Mark Zoom phone/text: 801-449-1769
Kevin Waite Kevin.waite@slcschools.org I-M Kevin Zoom phone/text: 801-683-9330
Rose Renaud Rose.renaud@slcschools.org N-Sg Rose Zoom phone/text: 801-410-0652
Jonas Boateng Jonas.Boateng@slcschools.org Sh-Z Jonas Zoom phone/text: 801-810-6876

Alisa Kearl

Scholarship Advisor

alisa.kearl@slcschools.org   Alisa Zoom phone/text: 801-648-9311

Dreyah Hagan

College Advisor

andrea.hagan@utah.edu   Dreyah Zoom 801-584-2923

Dori McClelland

Comp Guidance Speicalist

Dori.mcclelland@slcschools.org     phone/text: 385-240-2716


Counseling Secretary

Brenda.Castruita@slcschools.org     801-584-2923

High School Musical Tours

Our school is closed for touring
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