Paul Cannon graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota on April 30. He majored in business management and minored in religion
Potter D. Clark graduated from Chapman University in Orange, California on May 20 with a bachelor of arts degree in economics.
Austin Clements, 2002 Park City High School valedictorian, will graduate in the top quartile from Massachusetts Institute of Technology on June 9 with a bachelor of science in computer science and a minor in mathematics.
David M. Isleib recently graduated from Colorado State University.
Eliza Pearl Johnson graduated from DePaw University in Greencastle, Indiana with a bachelor of arts degree in sociology.
Matthew Weight, a 2002 alumnus of Park City High School, graduated from Boston University with a bachelor of fine arts in acting. He is the son or Meryl and Alec Weight.
Ali Zieglowsky, a 2003 alumnus of Park City High School, graduated on May 12 from the University of Southern California, with university and departmental honors. She earned her bachelor of arts in psychology, with a minor in communications in the entertainment industry and an emphasis on pre-law.
Park City High School reminders
End of year bus schedule: The bus schedule will have no changes at the end of the year.
Report cards: Report cards will be distributed on Friday, June 9. and another copy will be mailed home.
School nurse: Parents and/or students should pick up any medications, epi-pens or diabetic supplies in the front office prior to the end of school Supplies will not be kept over the summer.
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