Counselors will be meeting with 10th grade students and their parents from December to January. Classes for Junior year will be discussed and information will be given regarding scholarships, colleges and careers. Please schedule your appointment online by clicking on the Online Scheduler link below. The link is for 10th grade students only.
It is time for Spanish Fork High School's winter guard team to come together. The winter guard team will perform a new show, "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego."
Winter guard is for dancers, tumblers, and anyone else who wants to perform. No expereince is needed. It is a fun way to get to know new people and make some new friends.
Winter guard clinic will be held November 18, 2013 at 3:30 p.m. in the Spanish Fork High School band room.
For more information, email Sarah Nasson at email@example.com.
The crowd cheered and laughed as the girl twirled and spun, dancing with the broom she was given from the hypnotist. The Hypno-Hick performed a show at Spanish Fork High School on November 5, 2013
"Some of the people seemed like they weren't even close to hypnotized," said Tanner Parker, SFHS sophomore.
The Hypno-Hick explained that they were in a state of mind that they don't care what's happening. The people may have looked like they weren't in hypnosis but they were.
After graduating from Brigham Young University, Taryn Bodine because a teacher. She has been teaching for two years, but this is her first year at Spanish Fork High School, and she loves it.
"Everyone is so nice and has school pride," Bodine says with a smile on her face. "The students, teachers, and administration are just amazing." She doesn't find anything she dislikes about SFHS.
Taryn Bodine was born and raised in Orem, Utah, and graduated from Orem High School. She served an LDS mission in Thailand, and she says she would like to go back to visit and travel.
Kip Spencer coaches boys wrestling and helps to coach the sophomore football team here at Spanish Fork High. This is his first year coaching here, and he is excited to be teaching here as well.
Coach Spencer grew up in Pleasant Grove, wanting to become a cowboy as he got older. But instead, he decided to coach here and stick with his wrestling tradition. He was also asked to help coach the sophomore football team, and he happily agreed to it.