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The Utah School System

The western U.S. state of Utah is home to more than three million residents. With a combined attendance of over 650,000 pupils, the K-12 students attending the public schools of Utah make up a solid one-fifth of Utah’s total population! All of the public and private schools in Utah are under the supervision of the Utah State Board of Education.

Utah’s top three high schools have a student-to-teacher ratio that falls well below the state average, and class sizes at the remainder of the state’s top ten high schools match or slightly exceed the state’s average class size.

Utah Student-to-Teacher Ratios

Granger High School has a 24 1 student-teacher ratio.

Copper Hills High School has a 27 1 student-teacher ratio.

Provo eSchool has a 64 1 student-teacher ratio.

Herriman High School has a 26 1 student-teacher ratio.

Hunter High School has a 25 1 student-teacher ratio.

Utah State Average has a 23 1 student-teacher ratio.

All ten of Utah’s top ten public high schools offers Advanced Placement courses to its students. The majority of these schools have an AP exam pass rate of 60% or better, and some schools have even achieved pass rates well above 90%.

Utah High School Rankings

High School Utah Ranking State Ranking AP Pass Rate
Park City High School 1 1 76%
Karl G. Maeser Preparatory Academy 2 2 64%
Beehive Science & Technology Academy 3 3 90%
Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering & Science 4 4 78%
Itineris Early College High School 5 5 61%
Timpanogos High School 6 6 96%
Skyline High School 7 7 76%
Academy for Math, Engineering & Science 8 8 40%
Timpview High School 9 9 90%
Davis High School 10 10 91%

If your child is finding it difficult to master certain academic skills, you may be considering any number of independent study aids. However, do-it-yourself resources like review workbooks and online tutorials provide your child with very little guidance. When your son or daughter is lost in his or her class, prepackaged educational supplements are rarely enough. Choosing to engage the assistance of a private tutor in Utah provides your child with the chance to interact one-on-one with an experienced educator. Tutors instruct in a way that best fits your student’s style, whether that means incorporating extracurricular interests into lessons or using techniques that appeal to your child’s preferred learning style. You can connect with excellent Utah tutors by contacting Varsity Tutors

Utah Test Scores

The chart above shows how Utah’s public school students fared on the Student Assessment of Growth and Excellence, more commonly known as SAGE. Students in grades 3-11 were required to take rigorous End-of-Year assessments based on Utah’s Core Standards, which were developed with the input of hundreds of educators statewide and used exclusively in Utah. The computer-based evaluations tested students’ level of knowledge in science, math, and English language arts. The Utah State Board of Education ended SAGE testing at the end of the 2017-2018 academic year, and a new statewide assessment is set to take its place in autumn of 2018.

Whether your child is preparing for statewide assessments or college admissions exams, students of all abilities can benefit from working alongside a tutor in Utah. Tutoring isn’t only for K-12 students, either. College students are great candidates for tutoring, and the state of Utah offers students a great selection of colleges and universities to choose from.

Utah University Rankings

College National Rank Acceptance Rate
Brigham Young University 84 51%
University of Utah 165 76%
Westminster College - Utah 360 84%
Utah State University 363 90%
Southern Utah University 832 72%
Utah Valley University Unavailable 100%
Independence University Unavailable 100%
Snow College Unavailable 100%
Weber State University Unavailable 100%
Dixie State University Unavailable 100%

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One of tutoring’s unique benefits is the way a tutor can use your child’s strengths, weaknesses, current level of knowledge, and ultimate academic goals to formulate a learning plan just for your child. Through Varsity Tutors, you can connect with a qualified tutor in Utah who can meet with your child in person or virtually, using an online learning platform for added convenience. Get in touch with Varsity Tutors to get started with a private Utah tutor today.

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Session Summaries by Tutors

Tutoring review by Thomas in Utah
The student is making excellent progress in being more self-motivated to do his work. The small blocks of time with breaks in between seem to be doing the trick. The next step will be helping him to be more self-sufficient in terms of seeking out answers to questions on his own, finding the definition of words he doesn't know, and learning how to solve specific kinds of problems rather than just guessing at answers.
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Tutoring review by Kyle in Utah
This was our last session before the student's final, and I know from reports afterward that she felt pretty good about how she did. We covered Divergence Theorem, Stokes' Theorem, another Flux problem, etc. We spent almost as much time on review of stuff that had always seemed off to her as we did with the current material.
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Tutoring review by Anita in Utah
Today the student and I covered the sounds "th" and "sh," and high frequency and sight words. We also read 3 poems from the phonics book. I asked the student what she heard and saw since pictures accompany the poems. Besides vocabulary, I worked on pronunciation with her by having her repeat certain phrases and then very subtly correcting her. Finally, we sang the Itsy-Bitsy Spider and a days-of-the-week song. The next lesson will focus heavily on rhyming words.
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Tutoring review by Rudol in Utah
The concepts covered were ratio analysis and statement of cash flows. The student struggles with a few formulas and statement layout. Some strategies were provided to the student throughout the session.
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Tutoring review by Adam in Utah
This week, the student and I continued our in-depth exploration of reflexive verbs and then focused on English to Spanish translations - combining the major concepts we have covered so far. Her progress is remarkable.
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Tutoring review by Leia in Utah
Today was our first meeting. We worked on Partial Fraction Decomposition. We learned it is important to check for the book's definition of a process. The big win of this session was getting comfortable with the many steps that go into decomposition of partial fractions.
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