Parents and Students, 

ONLINE registration starts today. Please log on to to complete this information. We will NOT have walk-in registration this year. If you need assistance with the online process, please stop by August 5th or 6th. 8:00-2:00 

If you know of a student who is new to Nebo School District, please have them come in on August 5 or 6th.  

Registration will be open right up until August 14th and is open 24/7. 

Please allow about 72 hours for your schedule and locker information to be released on SIS. 

The administration will be available August 5-6, 8:00-2:00 for fee waivers, please bring proof of income such as a W2 from 2018 or your last 2 pay stubs.

Information related to free or reduced lunch can be found at

Bus information can be found at

The counseling department will be available on August 5-6 for necessary class changes, such as students who have a gap in their schedule or the wrong class. We are very full this year and the schedule is very tight.

Welcome Back!

Badminton Tournament


The Last Badminton Tournament of the year!

Who will be this years Champion?

  • Thursday May 23rd after school

  • Come test your skills against Utah Counties Local Legend-Simon Li

  • Sign your team up today with Mr. Archer

2019 Track

Congratulations to our boys and girls track teams!  They did terrific at district finals.  The men's varsity team placed third overall with tons of outstanding events.  Shout out to all of the students and teachers involved with track!  Here are the highlights:


400 M Brady Plumb 2nd Place110 Hurdles Rett Robinson 4th place800 Meters Preston Carr 5th placeShot Put Cash Muir 1st Place, Caden Rowley 4th PlaceDiscus Cash Muir 2nd Place, Nic Neves 4th placeHigh Jump Jaxton Howard 2nd Place, Jake Olsen 3rd PlaceLong Jump Mac McClellan 4th Place Women'sShot Put Paige Earl 4th Place100 Hurdles Jasmine John 5th place  

PJHS Trail Ride


PJHS Trail ride-Come ride the trails of our majestic mountains!

  • May 13th after school

  • School bikes required

  • Space is limited to the 1st 25 riders!

Sign up with Mr. Archer!  


Testing Schedule


District-wide we are doing something different for the end of level testing this year. We are going to have the end of level testing over seven school days. We are doing this because the ninth graders will be taking a pre-ACT test that is timed. The ninth grade students will get a score back at a later date that is a predictor of how well they will do on the ACT test. We want you to be aware the 9th graders CANNOT take concurrent enrollment classes at the high school if they choose to opt out of these exams. Testing begins Tuesday morning at 8 a.m. and will be each morning until the following Thursday. The schedule is attached below and posted on our website.

There are four tests total. The English and Reading portion of the test will be 90 minutes after instructions are read. Once a student starts taking one part of the test, they will not be allowed to stop that portion of the test and come back and take it at a later time, just like the ACT. With that in mind, please get your student to school on time so they can begin the test right away. Also please make sure that you do not check out your student during the middle of their first period, since they will not be able to make up the test if they leave. The other tests are 45 minutes each. They will take the English tests with their English teacher, Science with their Science teacher, and Math with their Math teacher, so you can look at the schedule and see when your particular student will be testing.  Thanks for your support.

Color Guard Open Gym

Jaycee Zimmerman

This Saturday on Apr. 20, there will be a color guard open gym for any student who would like to be a part of the team, or is thinking about being a part of the team. Any student who will be going into their 8th grade year (2019-2020 school year) is eligible for the summer team, and any student who will be going into their 9th grade year, along with any high school student, is eligible for both the upcoming summer team and the upcoming fall team. The open gym will take place at Payson High School starting at 8 A.M. and will go until 11 A.M.

Julianne Zimmerman, a soon-to-be senior at Payson High school, and the Color Guard Equipment Manager says, “I’m excited for all the new [people] we are going to get, and what they will be able to bring to the team. We will take anyone who is willing to put the time and effort into guard.”

Any student wanting to join color guard, or is thinking about joining, are encouraged to attend the open gym. Any further questions can be answered by Mr. Burger, or a member of color guard.

Teacher of the Year


Congratulations to our 2018-19 Teacher of the Year!  Mr. Hatch is patient and kind  and dedicated to helping all of his students!  We are so lucky to have him here at PJHS.  

Students of the Month April


We have some truly amazing students of the month!  Here is what their teachers had to say about them.

Brooklyn Hone is an amazing, organized, happy, kind, and dedicated student.

Andrew Keck is always prepared for class, has a great attitude, is eager to learn, and works hard.

Aubrey Grant is kind, amazing, hardworking, bright, positive, and a good role model. Joshua Colton is focused and engaged, has a great attitude, is always prepared, and is a hard worker. Erica Roy is always willing to help, very active in class, a hard worker, kind and always has a smile. Luke West is soft spoken, kind, helpful, has a great attitude, and is always on task.