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Glendale, Salt Lake City
Coordinates: 40°44′N 111°55′W / 40.733°N 111.917°W / 40.733; -111.917 Glendale is a neighborhood on the West side of Salt Lake City, Utah. Glendale is South of the Rose Park, Fair Park, and Poplar Grove neighborhoods. The neighborhood was originally developed as Glendale Gardens[1] which is where Glendale Middle School derives its name. Mountain View Elementary (next to Glendale Middle School) was originally named Glendale Elementary. Glendale, and neighboring Poplar Grove, Fair Park, & Rose Park enjoy a vibrant multi ethnic environment. Residents of Glendale enjoy the community's diversity, friendliness, pride in community, and authenticity of fellow residents
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Geographic Coordinate System
A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system used in geography that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.[n 1] The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position
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Uinta Brewing Company
Uinta Brewing Company is a craft brewery founded in 1993 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.[1] The company produces a range of beers, naming them after Utah's cultural and natural icons.[1][2] As of 2016, Uinta was the 39th-largest craft brewery in the country.[3]Contents1 History 2 Financing and growth 3 Products3.1 Year Round Brews 3.2 Seasonal Brews 3.3 Limited Small-Batch Brews 3.4 Brett (Brettanomyces) Brews 3.5 Retired Brews4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Uinta brewing company began brewing beer in the winter of 1993 in a renovated mechanics garage in Salt Lake City, Utah. Their flagship beer was Cutthroat Pale Ale, named after Utah's State Fish
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Kearns-Saint Ann Catholic School
Kearns-Saint Ann School is a Catholic school located in South Salt Lake, Utah, built in 1899.[1] It is home to students in grades Preschool
Preschool
through 8th grade. Kearns-Saint Ann School began as an orphanage in the late 1800s, and continues its legacy of the caring for and educating of children which was begun in 1891 by the Sisters of the Holy Cross.[2]Contents1 Kearns' St. Ann's Orphanage1.1 Thomas Kearns 1.2 The Orphanage 1.3 The Kearns' St. Ann's Orphanage Building 1.4 Care of the Children2 St. Ann's School 3 Kearns-Saint Ann School3.1 Renovation 3.2 Today4 References 5 External linksKearns' St. Ann's Orphanage[edit] Thomas Kearns[edit] In the late 1800s, Thomas Kearns was one of Utah’s wealthiest and most influential figures
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West High School (Utah)
West High School is the oldest public high school in the U.S. state
U.S. state
of Utah. It was founded in 1890, and it is part of the Salt Lake City School District.[1] Its original name was Salt Lake High. The school colors are red and black and the school mascot is a panther. It has a current enrollment of 2,840.Contents1 Facilities 2 Athletics 3 Notable alumni 4 See also 5 Notes 6 External linksFacilities[edit] West High is located in Salt Lake City, close to downtown, at 241 North 300 West. The historical structure still functions as the school's main building, and has undergone major restorations. It is surrounded by newer buildings, and the newly updated stadium. West High is easily accessible because it is three blocks away from the UTA TRAX line (Salt Lake valley's light rail system) and close to the Gateway Mall
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LDS High School
LDS High School (previously known as Salt Lake Stake Academy[1] or Latter-day Saints' High School, and sometimes spelled Latter-day Saints High School) was a secondary school located in Salt Lake City, Utah operated by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The school was closely associated with Latter-day Saints' University, the last vestiges of which are now LDS Business College. Both trace their beginnings to the Salt Lake Stake Academy, which started in 1886. The LDS High School name was adopted in 1927. In 1931, LDS High School was closed, leaving about 1,000 students to attend public high schools, most notably the newly built South High, which opened in the fall of the same year. The closure was a late example of a process of closure of most LDS run secondary schools in the Utah area. Notable alumni[edit] Gordon B. Hinckley
Gordon B

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Rowland Hall-St. Mark's School
rowlandhall.orgRowland Hall-St. Mark's SchoolU.S. National Register of Historic PlacesShow map of UtahShow map of the USLocation 205 1st Ave., Salt Lake City, UtahCoordinates 40°46′17″N 111°52′55″W / 40.77139°N 111.88194°W / 40.77139; -111.88194Coordinates: 40°46′17″N 111°52′55″W / 40.77139°N 111.88194°W / 40.77139; -111.88194Area less than one acreBuilt 1870Architectural style Colonial Revival, Italianate, Eclectic Georgian Revival, OtherNRHP reference # 79002504[1]Added to NRHP July 26, 1979Rowland Hall (RHSM) (Formerly Rowland Hall-St. Mark's) is a PreK-12 independent college preparatory school Salt Lake City, Utah. Over 950 students attend Rowland Hall, which provides a challenging education for students with a focus on preparation for college and ethical behavior and service to others. The current headmaster is Alan Sparrow
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Judge Memorial Catholic High School
Judge Memorial Catholic High School
Judge Memorial Catholic High School
is a private Catholic high school located in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. It is one of three high schools in the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City serving students in grades nine through 12. Founded in 1921, the school draws students from across the Salt Lake Valley and beyond. Judge Memorial shares its city location with Our Lady of Lourdes parish and school.Contents1 History 2 Student body 3 Notable alumni 4 ReferencesHistory[edit] The school property was originally the John Judge Memorial Miner's Home, a hospital established by Mary Judge, wife of John Judge, a partner of US Senator Thomas Kearns in Park City's famous Silver King Mining Co. Kearns married Judge's niece, Jennie Judge. Judge Mercy Home, more commonly called Judge Miner's Home, was designed by architect David C. Dart
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Highland High School (Utah)
Highland High School is a high school in Salt Lake City, in the U.S. state of Utah, that opened in 1956 and has a student body of 1,546. It is located at 2166 South 1700 East, next to Sugar House Park, and is part of the Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City
School District. The current principal is Chris Jenson. In the past (year unknown) Newsweek
Newsweek
ranked it as the #575 high school in the country.[2]Contents1 Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts 2 Rugby team 3 Noted alumni 4 ReferencesSalt Lake School for the Performing Arts[edit] During the 2006–2007 school year, Highland began hosting a school known as the Salt Lake School for the Performing Arts (SPA). It offers programs in music, digital media, theater, tech, and dance, as well as 3500 to 4000 seat auditorium. However, the balcony seats have been made into science labs and rooms
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East High School (Salt Lake City)
East High School is a public high school in the Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City
School District in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. It serves grades nine through twelve, and also accepts and cares for mentally and physically disabled kids. East High School was founded in 1913[2] and currently has an enrolled student body of around 1,900. It is located at 840 South 1300 East in the East Bench neighborhood. The original building was completed in 1913, and the current structure was built in 1997.[2] Most of the Disney Channel
Disney Channel
film High School Musical
High School Musical
was filmed at East High School. The opening scenes of its first sequel High School Musical 2 (including the film's opening number, "What Time Is It?") were also filmed at East High. Additional filming took place in Saint George
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Neighborhood
A neighbourhood (British English), or neighborhood (American English; see spelling differences), is a geographically localised community within a larger city, town, suburb or rural area. Neighbourhoods are often social communities with considerable face-to-face interaction among members. Researchers have not agreed on an exact definition, but the following may serve as a starting point: " Neighbourhood
Neighbourhood
is generally defined spatially as a specific geographic area and functionally as a set of social networks
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Western Governors University
Western Governors University
Western Governors University
(WGU) is a private, nonprofit, online American university based in Salt Lake City, Utah. The university was founded by 19 U.S. governors in 1997 after the idea was formulated at a 1995 meeting of the Western Governors Association.[7] The university uses a competency-based learning model, with students working online. Scott D. Pulsipher is the current university president, having joined WGU on April 11, 2016; WGU's first president, Robert Mendenhall, is president emeritus and remains a member of WGU's Board of Trustees. WGU's accreditation is through the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), the NCATE, the CCNE, and the CAHIIM.[8] A September 2017 federal investigation concluded that WGU was not complying with the institutional eligibility requirement that limits the percentage of regular students who may enroll in correspondence courses
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Escalante Elementary School
Coordinates: 40°47′22″N 111°56′32″W / 40.78944°N 111.94222°W / 40.78944; -111.94222 Escalante Elementary School is an elementary school that serves students in Kindergarten through sixth grade in the Rose Park neighborhood of Salt Lake City, Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, as part of the Salt Lake City School District. The school is named for Silvestre Vélez de Escalante. Awards and recognition[edit] Escalante Elementary School was recognized as one of six nationwide winners of the 2007 Intel Schools of Distinction awards, for excellence in science education in an elementary school program.[1][2] References[edit]^ Lyon, Julia. "Escalante elementary recognized by Intel: The technology company names it a 'School of Distinction' for its innovative science program", Salt Lake Tribune, June 3, 2007. Accessed June 17, 2007
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The Sandlot
The Sandlot
The Sandlot
is a 1993 American coming-of-age baseball film co-written, directed and narrated by David Mickey Evans, which tells the story of a group of young baseball players during the summer of 1962. It stars Tom Guiry, Mike Vitar, Karen Allen, Denis Leary
Denis Leary
and James Earl Jones. The filming locations were in Glendale, Midvale, Salt Lake City, and Ogden, Utah. It grossed $33 million worldwide and has become a cult film.[2][3]Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Reception3.1 Critical 3.2 Box office 3.3 Defamation suit 3.4 Home media4 Sequels 5 Soundtrack 6 References 7 External linksPlot[edit] In the San Fernando Valley
San Fernando Valley
during the summer of 1962, Scotty Smalls is the new boy in the neighborhood, seeking desperately to fit in. He would be welcomed on the local sandlot baseball team that practices every day, which only has eight players
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Open Classroom Charter School Of Salt Lake City
The Open Classroom (often referred to as "the O.C.") is a K-8 charter school in Salt Lake City, Utah, with a long history. It enrolled 377 students as of 2009–2010.[1]Contents1 History 2 Philosophy2.1 Co-oping3 Notable alumni 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] The Open Classroom began in 1971 as the private Thoreau School.[2] It became a K-6 optional program of the Salt Lake City School District in 1977.[3] In 2007, it became a district charter school and expanded to include a middle school and a pre-K program. The school is not a part of the open classroom educational movement of the 1970s.[why?][citation needed] The Open Classroom Charter School is a parent cooperative learning community in which teachers and parents collaborate to educate the whole child and empower lifelong learners
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Jordan River (Utah)
The Jordan River, in the state of Utah, United States, is a river about 51 miles (82 km) long. Regulated by pumps at its headwaters at Utah
Utah
Lake, it flows northward through the Salt Lake Valley
Salt Lake Valley
and empties into the Great Salt Lake. Four of Utah's six largest cities border the river: Salt Lake City, West Valley City, West Jordan and Sandy. More than a million people live in the Jordan Subbasin, which is the part of the Jordan River
Jordan River
watershed that lies within Salt Lake and Utah
Utah
counties. During the Pleistocene, the area was part of Lake Bonneville. Members of the Desert Archaic Culture were the earliest known inhabitants of the region; an archaeological site found along the river dates back 3,000 years
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