All students are invited to be included in the Liahona Yearbook. Graduating seniors, both accredited and non-accredited, may participate in our graduation ceremonies.
Once enrolled with Liahona, access information is provided for the secure portion of our website. We strongly encourage parents to frequently access needed information from the website. There are tools for parents and students, such as a Daily Overview section where teachers post daily assignments, notes, supplemental material, answer keys and important class information, an area to check student scores, Getting To Know You profiles and other helpful educational information.
Every spring Liahona students, 9th - 12th grade, take the ACT practice test. This prepares them to take the official ACT test by their Junior and Senior years and is one reason our students score points higher than their public school counterparts.
Grade Reports / Transcripts / Certificates / Graduation
Accredited Grade Reports are automatically generated by Liahona after the June 15th, 2009 deadline.
Non-Accredited Grade Reports - Parents may send in a Grade Report Request form at the end of the year and Liahona will generate a non-accredited grade report.
A cumulative accredited transcript for graduating seniors is available upon written request and will be sent to the college or university of your choice.
Certificates of Completion
A yearly Certificate of Completion is available upon written request at the end of each year to accredited and non-accredited students who have successfully completed the year’s studies. To qualify for a Certificate of Completion a student must have been enrolled for 80% of the year and received at least a C average.
All accredited and non-accredited graduating seniors are invited to attend Liahona’s graduation services at the end of the school year. An accredited graduating senior with 24 credits in specific categories may receive a State of Utah diploma. Those on the non-accredited track must have achieved a minimum of a C average on 85% of the assignments and tests or have a signed statement from their parents confirming that all parental educational goals have been met. Senior class students who desire to continue on to college are strongly encouraged to take the yearly ACT test and keep a portfolio.