Parowan High School is a public high school located in the heart of Southern UT.
PHS is part of the Iron County School District located in Parowan, UT.
We are a 7th-12th grade school.
Principal: Kim Bailey
School Counselor: Mindy Memmott
District Name: Iron County School District
County: Iron County
Type: Regular Public School
Colors: Blue and Gold
School Song: PHS School Song (Composed by George Jensen Meeks between 1927-1930)
School Fight Song: PHS Fight Song
P.O. Box 337
Parowan, UT 84761
168 North Main Street
Parowan, UT 84761
Phone: (435) 477-3366
Fax: (435) 477-3743
“Parowan High School will empower students with an understanding of citizenship, service, accountability, and life-long learning.”
Parowan is a small rural town (population 2,800) located in the southwestern part of the state, 230 miles south of Salt Lake City and 80 miles north of the Nevada border. There is one elementary school (PES, grades K-6) and one high school (PHS, grades 7-12). Parowan High School is the smallest school in the Iron County School District.
Parowan High School is a center for the celebration of local history and cultural expression. We celebrate our rich heritage throughout the year in school and community led activities. We work closely with the community to offer an outstanding curriculum to our students.
As Southern Utah’s oldest community, settled January 13, 1851, Parowan still enjoys the tradition of friendly hometown hospitality.
For more information about Parowan visit www.Parowan.org
PHS is proud of its school traditions that involve PHS Executive Council leadership, the student body, PHS Faculty and Staff, and the Parowan Community. These PHS Traditions include:
Welcome Back Week/Assembly (Aug.)
Homecoming Week (Sept – Oct.)
Harvest Dance (Oct.)
Veterans Day Assembly (Nov.)
Thanksgiving Dinner (Nov.)
Winterfest/Christmas Assembly (Dec.)
Sweethearts Week (Feb.)
Parowan’s Birthday Celebration (Jan.)
Student Government Elections (May)
End of Year Assembly (May)
Southern Utah University, Cedar City, 20 miles south on Interstate 15.
Dixie State College, St. George, 70 miles south on Interstate 15.
24 Teaching Faculty
1 Assistant Principal
1 School Resource Officer (SRO)
Student body is approximately 375 – 400(7th-12th).
Average grade size is 65 students per grade.
Average classroom size is 25.
Students 7th-8th (Junior High), 9th-12th (High School)
Students attending PHS come from nearby towns including Parowan, Paragonah, Summit, Brian Head, Enoch, and Cedar City.
Concurrent Enrollment in English, History, and Biology are offered through SUU, and taught at PHS by certified faculty members.
Students can also take classes online through Utah Electronic High School (EHS) as a way to make-up credit needed or to accelerate their graduation.
We utilize the STECH vocational school in Cedar City, with some students traveling there and others taking courses offered on our campus such as Certified Nursing Assistant.
Our average ACT composite score is 22.
Our athletic program offers a wide range of girls’ and boys’ sports. For more information about PHS Athletics check the PHS Athletics page or contact Bret Jacobsen (PHS Athletic Director).
Most students are involved in extracurricular activities, clubs, organizations, sports, and numerous service projects. We have SEOP advisory groups which center on each student having an advocate at this school. During these monthly meetings, students record their service hours, check their grades, and work on a variety of other career and self-improvement activities.