In Brandon’s class the students were learning about light and the Doppler Effect. How objects in space that emit light will have the wavelengths of light stretched if they are moving away from the observer or compressed if they are moving toward the observer. This will change the frequency of the waves and therefore the […]
During the month of November, Independence High School students will be focused on post secondary careers and education. Our goal is not only to help them earn a high school diploma, but also to help students find their passion in the form of a career. We believe that post secondary education and introducing students to […]
Date: October 17th Location: Provo High School library computer lab Time:5-7:30 Come fill out your 2018-2019 FAFSA online application! There will be volunteers available to answer any questions you have about the FAFSA process.
Yesterday, Zero Fatalities visited our school to share with the students its passion and focus to eliminate fatalities on our roadways. Each student was invited to participate in a Virtual Reality experience to empirically visualize how easily distracted drivers can cause fatal car accidents. Before students took their turn with the virtual reality experience they […]
On Monday, September 18th all of Colonel Miller’s JROTC students crossed the Provo River. They did this by hanging from a rope tired between two trees. Scary right?! The students learned how to tie knots and work together as a team. They learned how to harness themselves to the rope and cross hand over hand […]
Thank you to everyone who came to support the Boys and Girls volleyball team at last Saturday’s carwash! It was very successful and the volleyball team really appreciates the donations so that they can pay their fees and registration. There first game is September 27th at home. Girls play at 4pm and boys at 5:15! […]