A different kind of boarding school
365体育备用We encourage our students to pursue their interests, explore their passions, and experiment with their education outside of the classroom. Whether it’s joining a club, serving as a student body officer, or finding success in the field or on the court, our students develop real-life experiences and create layers of interconnected communities of similarly passionate peers.
Our unique summer programs offer personalized learning coupled with opportunities for fun and friendship building outside of the classroom. Leadership experiences abound in anything from serving on our Sustainability Council and managing residential life as a Dorm Prefect to directing service initiatives and participating in Model UN.
We strive to promote the ideals of curiosity and inspiration for all of our students. Below is a list of activities, organizations, and clubs available for students to channel their extracurricular pursuits. Don’t see a club or activity that's right for you? Maybe you’ll start your own!
National Honor Society
365体育备用Model United Nations
Horseshoe Mountain Hike
Winter Performing Arts Showcase
International Food Court
365体育备用Jensen-Gill Performing Arts Showcase
Junior River Trip
Every Wasatch Academy student is encouraged to take part in a leadership role, whether they participate directly in student body leadership opportunities or within their favorite clubs and activities.
Student leaders are an integral part of the Wasatch Academy community that brings students together. Students have the opportunity to be part of Student Council, become a class officer, dorm prefect, or a Wasatch Academy ambassador.
365体育备用Every year our students coordinate environmental stewardship initiatives, contribute to global issues through project-driven research, and travel abroad to develop underserved communities.
365体育备用From partnering with schools in India to address challenges in sustainability and installing solar panels in Tanzania to volunteering with the Utah Food Bank and elementary schools with the National Honor Society, students regularly engage in service at all levels— affecting meaningful change as both scholars of Mt. Pleasant and citizens of the world.
From Las Vegas to Salt Lake City, and everything in between
Once classes, meals, study halls, and practices finish for the week, students enjoy the next phase of a premier boarding school experience: the opportunity to relax and have fun with fellow students and faculty on the weekends. These shared adventures shape students into compelling leaders and global citizens while fostering lifelong relationships as they experiment with new extracurriculars and challenge themselves outside of the classroom.
In addition to a plethora of outdoor recreation activities, off-campus activities include trips to museums, theaters, restaurants, shopping centers, professional sporting events, festivals, and cultural gatherings throughout Utah.