Learn For Life

Rowland Hall Beginning School teachers Lauren Augusta and Ella Slaker teach a group of preschool students.

Live With Purpose

Sixth-grade math and science teacher Molly Lewis shows a Middle School student how to perform water testing at Liberty Park.
A Rowland Hall Middle School student conducts tests on the water of the Liberty Park lake in Salt Lake City, Utah

Relationships Matter

Rowland Hall alum Sam Andrew ’22 embraces high school English teacher Kody Partridge after graduation.

Think Deeply

A Rowland Hall elementary school student looks through binoculars at a kindergarten student who looks back at her.
Rowland Hall students from the Salt Lake City, Utah Beginning School and Lower School gather together to form relationships.

Welcome Everyone

Three members of Rowland Hall's Girls Golf Team embrace at Bonneville Golf Course in Salt Lake City, Utah.

An independent private school for grades 3PreK–12 in Salt Lake City, Utah

At Rowland Hall, we believe that students who are deeply engaged in their learning today become thoughtful citizens ready for a dynamic tomorrow.

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Open Hearts and Open Minds

Life-Changing Experiences Inside and Outside the Classroom

Rowland Hall alum (and YWCA Utah Leader of Tomorrow Award winner) Katie Kern at graduation.

For four years, Rowland Hall alum Katie Kern '21 has dedicated herself to March for Our Lives Utah, the local chapter of the student-led organization that’s helping to drive US gun reform, ultimately serving as state co-director. For her dedication, YWCA Utah has awarded Katie its first Leader of Tomorrow Award, an honor designed to highlight the outstanding volunteerism of Utah women under the age of 19.

Jodi Spiro's third graders are making an environmental difference at Salt Lake City private school Rowland Hall.

At Rowland Hall's Lower School, a group of third graders has been on a quest to address an issue close to their hearts: keeping excess waste out of the landfills. After seeing an opportunity to help the Salt Lake City McCarthey Campus do its part to keep one-time-use plastic out of the environment, the students worked hard to make real change at the school and to inspire fellow students to make small decisions that save the world each day.

An eighth-grade Rowland Hall student in science class.

Rowland Hall science teacher Sara Donnelly loves to find ways to help her eighth graders grasp scientific concepts, so for this year’s waves unit, she came up with a creative challenge: she asked students to design their ideal concert experiences. Each team created a 3D model of a venue, complete with speakers and lights marked with the directions of sound and light waves, and chose a 30-second music clip to accompany the models.

Rowland Hall beginning schoolers tackling mathematical thinking while building with blocks.

Building blocks are a staple of early childhood education—and for good reason: they're an inviting way for children to explore early math concepts and begin to grasp the understanding that math exists all around them.

A College-Preparatory Program with Opportunities for Exploration, Discovery, and Community Engagement


Competitive debate rounds completed annually


Clubs and sports teams


Annual service hours dedicated to Utah and beyond


Student to college counselor ratio

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