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Cattle rancher Matthew Redd '88 graces this month's National Geographic for their cover story, "The Battle for the American West."
Arden Louchheim wrote about how freedom of the press affected Japanese-American internees in WWII. "This topic also hits close to home for me because my grandparents were interned."
Congratulations to our girls soccer team for a decisive victory over rival Waterford in the 2A State Championship game on Saturday, October 19, at Rio Tinto Stadium.
The University of Utah School of Medicine welcomed 127 students into its ranks at the 2018 White Coat Ceremony, and six of of those newly cloaked scholars graduated from Rowland Hall.
The alumni brothers of TWIG Media Lab crafted a documentary on our 150th year, from our festivities to our community's longstanding camaraderie and intellectual curiosity.
The project, which has been part of our curriculum for over 20 years, requires students to develop a research question, execute the scientific method, and present findings.
U.S. Ski and Snowboard named Troy the 2018 Development Coach of the Year, one of only two top coaching awards they bestow annually.
The recent grad was one of only two students to win a 2018 Utah Office of Multicultural Affairs award for advocating intercultural awareness and facilitating change.
Rowland Hall won its first 2A Directors Cup, awarded annually by the Utah Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association.
The 2018 spring sports season was one of the best ever for Winged Lion teams, as it ended with all teams qualifying for post-season play, which resulted in three Region titles, a State runner-up trophy, and two State Championships! Athletes also earned individual State Championships in Boys Tennis and Girls Golf. Kudos to our coaching staff and the over 100 student athletes who dedicated themselves to admirably representing the Green and White this spring.
It was a great spring season for Middle School Athletics. Thanks to all of our players for their dedication, and thanks to their families for their support throughout the season. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated group of coaches who continue to invest countless hours to develop our student-athletes.
Out of our students' eight entries at the State Solo and Ensemble South Festival April 28, they received six superior and two excellent ratings—the top two ratings on a five-point scale.
Congratulations to senior Alison Kimball, junior Anya Mulligan, and sophomore Alex Armknecht, who earlier this year won regional honorable mentions from the Award for Aspirations in Computing.
Rowland Hall students won the Best Young Entrepreneur Award at the University of Utah Center for Medical Innovation's Bench to Bedside competition April 9. Seniors Michael Palmer, Chris Ausbeck, Nico Edgar, Joseph Wang, and Leo Doctorman devised SmoothStop, a wheelchair brake that provides a safer, more comfortable stop for users riding downhill.
We had a total of eight Middle School basketball teams and 80+ basketball players on our rosters this season. Thank you to all our families for your support during the season and thanks to our Middle School Boosters for providing every athlete with a sport specific t-shirt and for hosting fan appreciation game nights to show our school spirit. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated group of coaches who put in countless hours to develop our student-athletes.
The 2017-2018 season is one of the best in recent memory for Winged Lion winter athletics! Congratulations to our athletes and coaches Amelia Wolfgramm, Cole Jackman, Hope Feliciano (swimming); Ronnie Ross, Romaro Rogers, Zach Paige (boys basketball); and Bill Tatomer, Ashlee Ostler, Stacy Martin (girls basketball). Read on for their stories!
The Rowmark Junior Program had extraordinary success this year! From the older eighth grade Academy Prep skiers to the young All-Mountain Rippers, there were podium finishes and medals galore. This is a true testament to the hard work the athletes and coaches put in all year.
After record-breaking snowfall last season, the 2017-2018 season was the complete opposite. Most of the Intermountain West suffered a snow drought for a good portion of the season, so the skiers had to travel extensively in the beginning of the year to find snow for training. Rowmark only trained a handful of times in the Eagle Race Arena at Park City Mountain. Luckily, there was no drought in the medal count for the Rowmark Ski Academy athletes.
With a brand new coaching staff and a record number of swimmers, this year's team exceeded expectations. Senior and co-captain Sophie Hannah described the school's first-ever state title in swimming as "a direct representation of our persistence."
In the 35 years since its founding, 16 Rowmark alumni have been named to the U.S. Ski Team, and most of those have competed in the Olympics.

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Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
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