When discussing Park City, it’s not uncommon for the high quality school system to be mentioned. A respectable school system can mean major motivation to home buyers whether they currently have students, may be starting a family or are simply investing in a desirable location.
There are 47 school districts in the State of Utah. Here we look at school district statistics for Park City and the surrounding districts and how they rank in relation to the rest of the State.
Park City School District
Topping out at #1 in the State of Utah, the Park City School system has a lot going for it. The District has some of the best rated teachers in the state and a very high approval rate of academics overall. The teacher to student ratio is 20:1, a little higher than the national average of 16:1. Yet spending on students is higher than average at $12,870 per year. There are plenty of clubs and activities for students of any age and diversity is better than average for the State. 89% of students graduate high school. http://www.pcschools.us
Wasatch School District
The Wasatch School District comes in strong at #3. Heber, Midway and Hideout Canyon are all towns within this district. Teachers and academic rankings are strong as are sports and fitness. Diversity is similar to the Park City School District. Wasatch has a high graduation rate at 90% and a higher student to teacher ratio of 21:1. The Wasatch District has maintained a high level of achievement despite annual student spending that is comparatively lower at $8,670. http://www.wasatch.edu
North Summit School District
The North Summit School District proves strong and ranks #5 in the State. North Summit towns include Wanship, Coalville and Hoytsville. Teachers, academics and diversity all rank high. This district has the highest average SAT scores at 1410 out of the districts we have compared. The high school graduation rate is 87% and while teacher salaries are comparatively low, teacher to student ratio is better than area districts at 19:1. Annual per student spending is $10,089, the second highest in the area. http://www.nsummit.org
South Summit School District
The South Summit School District is ranked #19, putting it in the top 20 in the state. South Summit towns include Kamas, Francis, Oakley, Woodland and Marion. Academics, clubs and activities score high while teachers rank a little lower than other area districts. Spending per student is strong at $9,627, and student to teacher ratio follows regional trends at 20:1. Diversity is also a little lower than other school districts in the area while health and safety are favorable. http://www.ssummit.k12.ut.us
We are proud that this area boasts so many strong academic options. We can chalk this impressive line-up to just one more reason why we love this town. Our many thanks to the teachers, faculty and staff that make our schools so great!