The graduates in Rowland Hall’s class of 2019 are a diverse and talented group of young people ready to make their mark on the world.
At Rowland Hall, we believe that students who are deeply engaged in their learning today become thoughtful citizens ready for a dynamic tomorrow.
Explore a few of the things that make us extraordinary.
Zack Alvidrez aimed to build a strong culture in the boys basketball program this season. What he created took the team to a third-place trophy at the State Tournament, their best-ever finish in 2A.
When Rowland Hall’s youngest students face academic or social-emotional challenges, Lori Miller and Chuck White are there to lift them up.
Student-dancer Katie Rose Kimball's experience collaboratively creating the January 17–19 concert Home: The Monsters We Run From, the Refuge We Seek.
Dr. Jackson ended the year on a high note with recognition from the Utah High School Activities Association.
Our girls soccer team earned a decisive victory in the 2A State Championship and was recognized for having the highest team GPA in their division.
The University of Utah School of Medicine welcomed 127 students into its ranks at the 2018 White Coat Ceremony, and six of of those newly cloaked scholars graduated from Rowland Hall.
The alumni brothers of TWIG Media Lab crafted a documentary on our 150th year, from our festivities to our community's longstanding camaraderie and intellectual curiosity.