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Brigham Young High School (Provo, Utah)

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1903-1968

Administrative History

Brigham Young High School (1903-1968) was a private secondary school in Provo, Utah.

Brigham Young High School was formed in 1903 in a reorganization of the earlier Brigham Young Academy. The high school was closely associated with Brigham Young University's College of Education, and acted as a laboratory school for the university faculty and staff. The school was known for its speech team and sports program. Brigham Young High School was closed in 1968.

Citation

Wildcat (Brigham Young High School yearbook), 1965: t.p. (published by the students of Brigham Young High School, Provo, Utah)

A report for Dr. Antone K. Romney, 1969: p. 182 ("Brigham Young University Laboratory School Faculty, 1967-68," lists faculty for elementary school and secondary school) p. 181 (Brigham Young High School was part of the Laboratory School, The Laboratory School, including BY High, was discontinued in 1968)

Wildcat, 1933: t.p. (Brigham Young University High School)

Wildcat, 1968: cover (B.Y.U. High School)

Brigham Young High School website, via WWW, Nov. 10, 2014 (est. 1903 in reorganization of Brigham Young Academy; closely associated with BYU College of Education; laboratory school for university faculty and staff; known for speech team and sports program; closed, 1968)

Found in 106 Collections and/or Records:

Added College of Education material, 1961-1968

 Sub-Series
Identifier: UA 559 Series 29 Sub-Series 2
Scope and Contents note Adminsitrative correspondence, memos, working materials, agreements, policy and procedures, reports, etc.

Added College of Education material II, 1946-1972

 Sub-Series
Identifier: UA 559 Series 29 Sub-Series 4
Scope and Contents note Adminsitrative files, including correspondence, reports, minutes, surveys, etc.

Alumni Relations records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 1133
Scope and Contents Contains various records, correspondence, and articles relating to Alumni Relations. Contains information pertaining to Aspen Grove, Athletic Activities, Development, Faculty, and other files.

Brigham Young High School class photograph

 Collection — Folder: 1
Identifier: UA 1139
Scope and Contents A photograph of the graduating class of 1909 from Brigham Young High School.

Brigham Young High School ephemera

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: UA 758
Scope and Contents Includes pin and two patches. Pin bears photographic image of several students, plus text: "Brigham Young Wildcats, 1964-65." Patches, identical to each other, bear artistic images: beehive; block Y; mountains and partial wagon wheel; wildcat; and hand bearing a torch. Patches also contain text: "Uniti Stetimus" and "Brigham Young High School."

Brigham Young High School records

 File — Folder: 1
Identifier: UA 167
Scope and Contents Collection includes a typewritten essay concerning the importance of high schools and the aims and purposes of Brigham Young University High School.

Brigham Young University collection of Kimball Young diplomas

 Collection — oversize-folder: 1
Identifier: UA 1121
Scope and Contents Materials include two diplomas earned by Kimball Young. One is his high school diploma from Brigham Young University High School and the other is his Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University. Dated 1911-1915.

Brigham Young University historical files

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 704
Overview Contains manuscripts, biographies, photographs, correspondence, building plans, articles, and filmstrips, all from many different persons and departments on campus.

Brigham Young University student registers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 261
Scope and Contents Includes handwritten registers of names of primary, grammar, sub-freshmen, high school and normal school students, listing faculty references, academic standings and promotions, Church memberships, priesthood offices and domestic Church wards and residences.