Transforming education

Utah Online K-12 is part of the Washington County School District. We are a FREE public school. We are open to ALL students in grades K-12 living ANYWHERE in the state of Utah. UOS currently has over 50 staff and faculty members serving more than 3,000 students. We are committed to providing quality educational services that encourage the personal progress of our students. We believe that by transforming traditional educational methods we can champion individual growth.

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  • 100% free.

    All Utah Online School courses are available at no cost to the student.

  • Full or part time enrollment.

    Students can take as many (or as few) classes as desired.

  • Individualized learning.

    All Utah Online courses are tailored and adjusted to individual student needs.

  • Flexible schedule.

    Take time to work on your classes any time you like, anywhere you like.

  • Accredited coursework.

    Utah Online High School courses are fully accredited through AdvancED.

  • NCAA approved.

    Utah Online High School courses are fully approved by the NCAA.

  • Regents approved.

    Utah Online High School courses are approved for use towards the Regents scholarship.

  • Unparalleled support.

    Certified teachers, licensed counselors, tutoring, individual mentors and tech support.

K-8 School

K-8 School Events

  • Speech Screening and Parent Help Class

    October 23, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 11:40 am
    TBA (Shannan's Blackboard Classroom or Nikole's Adobe Connect Classroom)

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  • Anasazi Trail Tempi'Po'Op Hike

    November 3, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Anasazi Trail Tempi'Po'Op Hike

    When: Friday, November 3

    Where: Anasazi Trail Head
    From I-15 Exit 6, head north on Bluff Street (Highway 18) for approximately 3 miles and turn left onto Sunset Blvd. Continue West on Sunset Blvd for about 7 miles and turn left. There will be a sign on your right that says ‘Santa Clara River Reserve – Anasazi Valley Trailhead’. The entrance has a gate on it that is open during the days. Follow the dirt road for a few hundred feet and the trailhead will be on your left.

    Time: 10:00 am

    Please bring water to drink on the trail, and wear good shoes.

    This is a family friendly, easy hike that all can enjoy. There is a great flavor of Anasazi culture as you wind up the path that leads to some old Anasazi Farmstead foundation remains, and some incredibly well preserved petroglyphs. You can take the stroller, or pack the kids on your back. However you prefer to do it, this is a great hike with some great history! Round trip it can be as long as 3.5 miles or about 2.3 miles if you just get to the first set of petroglyphs. I've done this hike with my kids ages 8, 6, 5 and 1 and we all made it easily. 🙂 UOS will provide a snack. You can find more information about the hike at this link:

    * Required

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  • ST GEORGE: Fiddler on the Roof: $1 Per Person: Desert Hills High School Auditorium

    November 8, 2017 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
    828 Desert Hills Dr E, St George, UT 84790

    Desert Hills High School Presents the Musical Fiddler On the Roof

    Fiddler on the Roof tells the story of Tevye, a father who dreams of being a rich man far from the troubles of his village. One by one as his cherished daughters fall in love; Tevye is forced to decide to let them grow or to continue to struggle as he tries to hold onto his family heritage and traditions.

    UOS has made special arrangements to attend a matinee performance.

    When: Wednesday, November 8th at 9:30 a.m.

    Where: Desert Hills High School Auditorium
    828 Desert Hills Dr E, St George, UT 84790

    Cost: $1 per person

    Who: Students K-8 and parents (No preschoolers)

    Please plan to arrive by 9:00 a.m. We will meet in front of the auditorium. The performance will be approximately 2 1/2 hours and will end around noon.

    UOS was only able to reserve 40 seats. The tickets will be first come first serve. Please RSVP here:

    If you are one of the first 40 to RSVP, I will email you with the address where you may mail your payment ($1 per person). You can also give your payment to a UOS K-8 teacher at any upcoming activity. Money must be received by Friday, October 27th. If you are not one of the first 40 to RSVP, I will email you and let you know that you are on the waiting list.

    The first 40 to RSVP will have guaranteed spots. After October 27th, if your payment has not been received I will move on to others on the list.

    If you have any questions please contact Summer Johnson at

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High School

High School Events

  • Thanksgiving Break No School

    November 22, 2017-November 24, 2017 @ 

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What our families are saying…


I love the flexibility of teaching my children at their own pace and level. My son is very advanced and is able to school a year ahead of his supposed grade level. He would be so bored in a traditional school. This way he is challenged and more advanced. I also like that kids can work hard and have the curriculum from the next school year early. Then they have the summer to work on another grade level rather than forgetting everything they just learned.

NicholasUOS parent

We love schooling with UOS! We are from Utah but currently live in Brazil. We school in the morning and spend the afternoon surfing, collecting seashells and playing soccer! When we were making the decision to move to Brazil, I knew there would not be a good schooling option for my children. UOS has given us the confidence and flexibly to live our dream to live in Brazil while giving our children a fantastic schooling experience!

JulieUOS parent

I love Utah Online! I have been a student here since 2009. I have several medical and neurological issues that make traditional school a nightmare for me. With Utah Online I can work at my own pace and at my own level. If I don’t feel up to school in the morning, I can wait until the afternoon or evening when I feel better. If I have to travel for appointments, I just pack my laptop and my classroom is where ever I need it to be.

ChrisUOS student