Honor Cords -
- Directions - Open the link below and check all Honor Cords you are planning to earn. Please do not check cords you do not intend to or are not eligible to earn. LETTER OF INTENT SUBMISSION Click Here
- THIS IS A LETTER OF INTENT TO SHOW INTEREST TO THE HONOR CORD LEAD. THE FINAL APPLICATION (DUE DATE LISTED BELOW) MUST BE TURNED IN TO EACH HONOR CORD LEAD TO EARN THE HONOR CORD.
- TURN IN FINAL APPLICATION(S) TO EACH HONOR CORD LEAD.
- Honor Cords are a combination of RIGOR (Academic requirements) and RELEVANCE (Application of learning). A student who earns an Honor Cord is acknowledged for their indepth study and application of all aspects relating to the subject studied. Honor Cords are not merely given to those who participate in sports, on teams, in the performimg arts etc. Honor Cords are awarded to those students who go above and beyond in one or more areas of study gaining deeper knowledge academics and application of learning.
Check individual Honor Cord requirements below as each Honor Cord has a unique set of requirements.
- Address all concerns and questions to the specific Honor Cord Lead listed below.
- Fee $5.25 for each Honor Cord (Excluding Salt Lake Community College Associates Degree, Sterling Scholar, Top 7%)
- Cord to wear at Graduation for each Honor earned (Colors listed below)
- Pin for each Honor earned (Excluding - Career and Technical Education, Salt Lake Community CollegeAssociates Degree, Sterling Scholar, Top 7%)
- Acknowlegement on the Graduation Program for each Honor earned
- Enhanced Diploma for each Honor earned
3. Communication, Human Interaction and Leadership – Red Cord
4. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – Teal Green Cord
- Agricultural Science Honors – Ms. Katelyn Bodily
- Biological Sciences Honors – Mr. Rawlin Rawlings
- Math Honors – Ms. Joanna Gomez
- Medical Science Honors – Ms. Mary Meyer
- Physical Science and Engineering Honors – Ms. Mary Meyer
- Skilled & Technical Science Honors – Mr.Warlough Crane
- Technology Robotics Honors– Ms. Anne Culbreath
6. Copper Community Service Honors (100 hours of community service – Cumulative 10, 11, 12 Grade) – Gold Cord
9. Sterling Scholar Honors (Selected by Judges) – Burgundy Cord
10. Top 7% Honors – Silver Cord
A report is run of all the seniors, including early graduates, in order of their GPA’s. The total number of seniors is multiplied by seven percent. This gives the number of students to be included as the top seven percent.
Ms. Cheri Colligan – Registrar