The vision of Malan’s Peak High School is to create educational experiences that empower students to become independent, caring, and successful citizens.
One Team – Professionals united in building educated citizens for the future.
One Plan – Building skills to help students to be respectful, self-reliant, service oriented, and capable individuals.
One Goal – Graduating self-actualized individuals.
- Malan’s Peak School is proud to serve the Youth in Care Students in the Ogden School District. Within Malan’s Peak School we have many programs serving the YIC student. There are currently two locations for Malan’s Peak (Mill Creek and Weber Valley Detention). For the 2018-19 school year, Mill Creek will be starting a new apprenticeship program through and in conjunction with the Ogden Weber Technical College. The program will be for our graduates but may have some of our students who are close to graduation as well.
- The Weber Valley Detention location just opened in the late spring-early summer. This location is where we house the Detention, Day Skills Invention, Archway, BCI, and ALTA programs for all Youth in Care students within the Ogden School District. We also provide our Youth in Care students that are attending the traditional schools in the Ogden School District with a Check and Connect Mentor. We currently have 4 mentors serving students are excited about the new programs and for the new school year.
Guadalupe talks about the hard work and resilience needed to find success when immigrating to a new country.
Ashley, now a paraplegic, shares what happened when she decided to drink and drive, and how it changed her life.
Dwayne tells how his friend, mom, cousin and English teacher turned his life around just before he joined a gang.
A competitive runner talks about the people influencing her personal expectations.
Marvin, a young gay man, talks about the harassment and bullying he endured in and out of school.
Health and Wellness
Studies show that rigorous physical activity can actually lead to improved concentration and better grades.