The Ogden School District consists of thirteen neighborhood elementary schools (K-6), three junior high schools(7-9), two comprehensive high schools (10-12), one alternative high school and one youth-in custody school. The district faculty and staff serve approximately 11,500 students and their families. Read MoreWho are the parents at Ogden City School?
Parent & Student Responsibilities FAQ for Families Information for Employees Supplemental Information & Resources Español COVID-19 Information Archive Objectives Ogden School Foundation(opens in new window/tab) Parenting Elevated Additional Parent Development Community Resources GoGuardian Parent Swimming Pools Swimming Pool Calendar DepartmentsWhere do I go to school in Ogden Utah?
Highland Junior High Mound Fort Junior High Mount Ogden Junior High Ben Lomond High George Washington High Ogden High Malan's Peak: Youth In Care Program Find My School(opens in new window/tab) Boundary Map(opens in new window/tab) Learning Advanced Placement (AP) Arts and Music Visual Arts Programs Virtual Student Festival of the Arts 2021Why is Ogden City School District a good place to work?
Learn about why Ogden School District is a great place to work. Schools Elementary Schools Bonneville Heritage Hillcrest Horace Mann Lincoln James Madison New Bridge Odyssey Polk Shadow Valley Taylor Canyon T.O. Smith Wasatch Elementary School Magnet Programs School Feeder Pattern(opens in new window/tab) School Capacity & Enrollment