Profile for 2018-19 School Year
Herriman High School is a four-year public high school of approximately 3285 students.
Counselor Student ratio is 365 to 1
The ethnic breakdown of the student body is:
Caucasian – 82%
Hispanic – 10%
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific – 1.2%
Asian – 1.2%
American Indian or Alaskan Native – 1 %
African-American – 1%
Multi-Racial – 3%
2.9% of our students receive English Language services
7% of our students receive IEP services
4.2% of our students receive 504 services
The student body represents a broad socio-economic range from low income to upper middle class.
3.6% of our students are on fee waiver
10.7% of our students are on free or reduced lunch.
This past year approximately 44.34% of the graduates enrolled in four-year colleges and universities, 17.79% in two-year institutions and 16.98% planned on religious service then college.
The high school curriculum offers a wide variety of vocational and college preparatory courses, AP courses, as well as a cooperative work program for seniors and concurrent enrollment options for advanced students through Salt Lake Community College. Dual Enrollment courses are also available through Salt Lake Community College.
Concurrent Enrollment Courses: ENGL 1010 – Intro to writing, ENGL 2010 – Intermediate Writing, MATH 1010 – Integrated Algebra, MATH 1030 – Quantitative Reasoning, MATH 1040 – Intro to Statistics, MATH 1050 – College Algebra, MATH 1060 – Trigonometry, BIO 1010-1015 – Intro to Biology w/lab, ART 1010 – Exploring Art, ART 1020 – Intro to Drawing, ARCH 1100 – Intro to Architecture Drafting, EDDT 1040 – CAD Drafting 1, CMGT 1200 – Personal Projects Furn Des/Mnfg 1&2, CMGT 1220 – Woodworking & Millwork 1, MKTG 1030 – Marketing, FIN 1050 – Personal Finance, CTEL 1010 – Leadership & Teambuilding, CSIS 1400 – Foundations of Computer Science, History 2700/2710 – US History to 1877 and US History from 1877, INT 1010 – Intro to Interior Design
Honors Courses (11): Language Arts 10th and 11th, Secondary Math 2 and 3, Pre-calculus, Spanish 3 and 4, French 3, Mandarin Chinese 3, Chemistry, Physics.
Advanced Placement Courses (18): English Language, English Literature, Calculus AB & BC, Statistics, World History, European History, U.S. History, American Government, Physics AB & BC, Biology, Chemistry, Spanish, French, Psychology, Music Theory and Studio Art 3D and Drawing, Computer Science Principles, Computer Science A.
Twenty-seven credits are required for graduation, in the following distribution:
Language Arts – 4 units American Government – .5 unit
Science – 3 units Career & Technical Education – 1 unit
Mathematics – 3 units Financial Literacy – 1 unit
Geography – 1 unit Fine Arts– 1.5 units
World Civilization – 1 unit Personal Fitness w/Health -2 units
U.S. History – 1 unit 8 Electives to total: 27 credits
College-bound students are required to take four units of mathematics, completing at least one course beyond Algebra 2; three units of laboratory sciences; three and one half units of social studies; two units of a foreign language and one fine art course.
All courses are graded on the 4.0 system, including Advanced Placement courses.
In the past year, 624 students took the ACT exam, averaging a composite score of 20.3. In May 2018, students took 624 AP exams with 66% of exam scores of 3 or higher. Herriman High School had 48 students recognized as AP Scholars and 1 student recognized as a National AP Scholar.
Herriman High School is accredited by Northwest Accreditation Commission, a division of Advance Education Inc., (AdvancED Northwest)