Herriman High School opened its doors in the fall of 2010 to students from the southwestern end of the Salt Lake Valley. Since its opening, students have been laying a foundation for academic excellence, diversified clubs, athletic achievements, and rich traditions. We strive for an atmosphere of equality and high ethical standards.
Quality Students Today, Dynamic Leaders Tomorrow
We are dedicated to creating a caring learning community where students feel valued and connected. We provide a quality education that is rigorous and will lead students in developing lifelong skills for success in and beyond high school.
Goal 1: Develop a school culture of professional learning and development.
Goal 2: Improve classroom instruction by incorporating a variety of instructional strategies and assessments that accommodate individual learning styles.
Goal 3: Communicate effectively with our school community stakeholders (Parents, Students, Teachers, Community).
Goal 4: Provide students with interventions and support needed to academically succeed in all content areas.
Goal 5: Students will contribute to the school culture through participation in service clubs, programs, and organizations that foster positive relationships.
Goal 6: Challenge students to develop the skills necessary to succeed in college, career, and life.
The main goal of educators at Herriman High is to provide each student with the necessary tools to succeed in the future.
Currently, 3100 students are enrolled at Herriman High School
At this time our student-to-teacher ratio is 22:1.
We have 141 staff members, including 114 teachers.
The average student GPA is 3.05.
Our inaugural graduation rate was 99.94%.
A few of the traditions we have pioneered include: Hearts of Gold, Senior Sunrise and a community Barbeque in August.
As our community continues to grow, we look forward to building new relationships and creating traditions that will last for generations.