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#LightTheWorld – Lyceum Philharmonic Music Video

In the spirit of serving and lifting, we are pleased to share with you the school’s contribution to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ #LightTheWorld campaign—our With Wondering Awe music video. The Lyceum Philharmonic students identified several families in need and then, with their own resources, proceeded to purchase, wrap and deliver gifts to these families, […]

Choir Plans California Tour

Each year, the Concert Choir embarks on a musical fireside tour, performing for LDS stakes throughout the United States. To date, the choir has performed for 30+ stakes in nearly 20 U.S. states. While touring, the choir also spends time doing service in the communities that they visit. You can see pictures and read more […]

Multiple AHS Basketball Teams Win State Championships

Our Boys Varsity basketball team won the USSA State Championship in a hard-fought game against undefeated Wasatch Academy, and our Girls Varsity took second place by a single point in the championship game against Uintah River. We couldn’t be more proud of both teams.  Also, our JV Prep Lady Patriots Basketball team won the UCSSAL state […]

Orchestra teams up with Simply Three

The electrifying trio of Glen McDaniel, Nick Villalobos, and Zack Clark, together known as Simply Three, will be returning to Lyceum Music Festival 2018 both as the featured guest artists and section coaches for their individual sections. Students will have the opportunity not only to share the stage with them at the final concert but violin, cello, and […]

7th Annual Family Ed. retreat set for Mar. 24

With the retreat theme “Start With the Heart,” we’re very excited to announce a special guest and keynote speaker Elder Wilford W. Andersen, whose April 2015 General Conference address “The Music of the Gospel” (dramatized in video) painted the beautiful principle that, “Sometimes in our homes, we successfully teach the dance steps, but are not […]

American Heritage School 8th Grade Summer Shakespeare Festival Tour 2018

American Heritage School 8th Grade Summer Shakespeare Festival Tour 2018 Date: July 11-12, 2018 (Wed.-Thurs.) Estimated Cost: Cost per participant is estimated to be $250/student or parent, including tickets to three shows—Big River, The Merchant of Venice, and The Foreigner—plus two museums, a backstage tour, lodging, transportation, Wednesday dinner, and Thursday breakfast and lunch. Itinerary: […]