Our Mission

is to serve God by providing a challenging academic education rooted in Catholic values and morals in developing the whole person.

Admissions

We welcome new students, grades 9 through 12, each year into our high school. Our open enrollment draws students – of all faiths - living across the Wasatch Front including Davis, Utah, Salt Lake, Summit and Tooele counties.

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Academics

Juan Diego offers an excellent academic program within a safe and rigorous learning environment.

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Campus Life

The spiritual, intellectual, physical and social formation of students is visible in every aspect of school life. Teaching techniques, coaching practices, student activities and experiences are developed using three fundamental Catholic tenets: community, faith development and learning.

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Athletics

Our students nurture both mind and body by participating in our top athletic program.Juan Diego Coaches Directory

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Online Tour

Start your exploration of Juan Diego with our online photo tour.

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Fine Arts

DRAMA, MUSIC, DANCE, VISUAL ARTS Please visit the Fine arts department web site at: www.jdchsfinearts.org.

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Affording Juan Diego:

Since the school opened in 1999, any student, regardless of financial position, has been afforded a place here. This philosophy results in halls rich in diverse cultures, faiths, and traditions. Each student is challenged to expand the breadth of their knowledge and celebrate their unique talents — all the while sharing a reverence and respect for every human being.

By the Numbers

23

Awarded Academy of Sciences Distinction; 4 have been published

Awarded Academy of Sciences Distinction; 4 have been published

308,741

Volunteer hours logged by students, with thousands more contributed in worldwide mission work by alumni

Volunteer hours logged by students, with thousands more contributed in worldwide mission work by alumni

7 to 27

Tons of food collected for emergency pantries annually

Tons of food collected for emergency pantries annually

$152K

Raised to build schools and orphanages in developing countries

Raised to build schools and orphanages in developing countries

127

AP Scholars, including 43 with Honors, 55 with Distinction, and 12 National AP Scholars

AP Scholars, including 43 with Honors, 55 with Distinction, and 12 National AP Scholars

97%

of graduates pursue higher education

of graduates pursue higher education

43

Science research students interned with U of U and IHC; 4 have published in science journals.

Science research students interned with U of U and IHC; 4 have published in science journals.

43

2A and 3A State Championships

2A and 3A State Championships

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