Park City Learning Center

Academics

Course Offerings

Park City Learning Center Day Program offers the four core courses that many 10th, 11th and 12th graders need for graduation, in addition to a few elective classes. Students enrolled at the Park City Learning Center take most of their elective courses at Park City High School. Below is a list of course offerings.

Mathematics

  • Secondary Math II
  • Secondary Math III
  • Quantitative Analysis

Science

  • Biology
  • Zoology

English

  • 10, 11, and 12

Social Studies:

  • US History
  • World Civilizations
  • Government
  • Sociology

Academic Support Services

Every teacher is available outside of classroom time to meet with students and parents. Please contact them through their teacher page on this website, through Power School or by calling the Park City Learning Center at 435-645-5626.

The After School Program operates daily from 2:30-5:00 p.m. and is open to students who need to remediate a course for graduation. Please see the After School Credit Recovery Link for additional information.

School computers are available to all registered students from 7:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Park City High School Support Services:

Free tutoring services are available in all subjects. Please contact the main office at Park City High School for additional information.

Free Math/Science Tutoring Lab is available to any students enrolled in a math or science class. Drop by Monday through Thursday before school or during lunch. Room 247 for Math and Room 241 for Science.

Mythbusters

All Park City Learning Center Students are a part of Park City High School. Students enrolled at the Park City Learning Center will have credits entered on Park City High School transcripts and will earn a Park City High School Diploma if all district graduation requirements are met.

Summer School

Summer school is held each summer for credit recovery purposes. If you are interested in attending summer school, please click the Community Education Link on this page. Applications will be available from your school counselor or can be downloaded from the Community Education webpage.