For Fall 2021

We Are Proud

To Announce

Features that give our students:

A more flexible approach to middle and high school

A more personalized school experience

An even more interesting learning experience

Opportunity for $4,000 in College Scholarships

A school day with flexible hours:

each student’s schedule tailored to their needs and choices.

A wide range of options for learning:

in class, online, at local colleges, and in our city.

Personalized support and mentoring

to help each student reach their goals.

Chromebook Loan to Own Program – each student has use of a loaned City Academy Chromebook for the school year.

Classes taught by caring teachers, passionate about their subjects, who enrich learning through activities including labs, class discussion and debate, guest speakers, field work, and use of technology.

Opportunities to take classes for college credit, to take internships in career fields, to develop technology and programming skills.

A commitment to develop students as citizens, including exploring current issues and developing responsible student voice and engagement.

A variety of extra-curricular opportunities, and

A dynamic, accepting school community in which every student matters.

To find out how City Academy can be a more flexible, personal, and interesting school for your student, email

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

New Opportunities In

Computer Science

This fall, City Academy is launching an expanded Computer Science Career Pathway program as a part of the Utah statewide initiative to give every student, "access to robust computer science education." All of our middle and high school students will have courses in coding, programming, and robotics. High school and middle school students will have the opportunity to take courses in AR and VR, mobile development, game development, web design, cyber security, AP computer science principles, and more! Our maker space will additionally give all students the opportunity to work on individual and team projects as they pursue their interests in computer science. Please see our proposed 4-year computer science program development plan.