Week of May 6, 2013
- Date: May 22, 2013
- Time: After School
- Location: Football Field
- Congratulations, Seniors! You've probably decided what your plans are after graduation, so we want to hear them. Seniors are invited to Decision Day after school on May 22nd to tell us where you're going to college or if you have plans to do religious service or join the workforce or military after graduation. Seniors will be released at 2 pm to go to the football field to play games, participate in a raffle, climb a rock wall, and enjoy some free pizza and cake. This event is only for seniors. See you there!.
Week of April 22, 2013
Fallen Brothers/Cyprus High School 5k Walk/Run Benefit
- Date: June 1, 2013
- Time: 4:00 p.m.
- Location: Cyprus High School Track & Football Field
- Cyprus High School is committed to make a difference, help us with our f ight against suicide, bullying & drug/alcohol abuse by participating in a 5k walk/run in conjunction with the Fallen Brothers Foundatoin Benefit on June 1, 2013. The walk will begin at 4:00pm and will be held at Cyprus High School on the track. The cost to participate is $20.00 for adults which includes a t-shirt. For children under 18 the cost is $10.00 which also includes a t-shirt, if children want to walk only the cost is $5.00. Following the walk there will be dinner and a concert on the football field featuring Nashville country artist Tay Humphrey. The cost of the dinner is $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children ages 3-10, tickets for dinner can be purchased the day of the event. For more information about this event and to pre register for the 5K walk/run go to www.thefallenbrothersfoundation.com
Welcome to Cyprus High School
History of Cyprus Spirit, Pride, Unity, & Tradition
These are the qualities that have flowed through the veins of Cyprus students since the beginning of this great school in April of l9l8. The first school year started with grades seven through ten. A new grade was added each year until l92l when the first high school diplomas were awarded to five graduates.
The closing of the mills the following year depleted the school population to such an extent that the senior high department closed, and the few remaining high school students were transported to Granite High School.
When the mill resumed work again in l922 the tenth grade was again added, followed the next year by grade eleven. In l924, the first story of the administration building was completed, and in May of l925, sixteen students graduated. That summer the second story of classrooms came into being. The school now consisted of twelve classrooms, an office, storerooms, lockers and a library.
During the l927-28 year, a manual arts building and one of the largest rural gymnasiums in Utah were erected. The next year a six hundred-seat auditorium was built, with a balcony being added later to handle an additional 250 people.