The Park City School District offers high school completion classes. Students can join the community education program at any time to earn their high school diploma or prepare for the G.E.D. test. The school district also has materials available in Spanish. The program is for people who did not finish high school, are 18 years or older, and whose high school class has graduated. The program runs through the school year. Students can register any night of the program through the end of the school year. Adult High School is on Tuesday and Thursday nights in the Park City Learning Center, 2400 Kearns Blvd., by McPolin Elementary. The program is from 5 to 8 p.m. The registration fee is $35 per year. If possible, students can bring their high school transcripts when they register. For more information, contact Judy Tukuafu at 645-5600 ext. 1147 Film competition High school students can win scholarship money in the Courageous Persuaders Scholarship Competition.This year students can compete for $12,000 by making a 30-second television commercial to warn their peers about the consequences of underage drinking. The contest deadline for submitting a commercial is Feb. 28, 2006.Register at http://www.CourageFirst.com or call the Courage First office at (248) 526-6700. Colby School fundraiser The Colby School is hosting a scholarship fundraiser at the Stein Erickson Lodge at Deer Valley on Saturday, Nov. 12. The event will feature dinner, dancing, live music, and live auction to help raise funds for the school’s scholarship Fund. Music will be provided by Treat William and friends.
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Buses, trains and gondolas doesn’t have quite the same ring to it, but they make up the transit alternatives for the mountain transportation system the Central Wasatch Commission is trying to create, mostly in the Cottonwood canyons.