In the midst of the excitement and headaches surrounding the start of school, Granger High students and staff took a moment with community members and legislators to formally dedicate their new home.
“This [building] wasn’t just designed by the architects,” said Granite District Board of Education vice president Terry Bawden. “This was a community project.”
In that same community spirit, Granger High hosted a myriad of cultural celebrations leading up to the dedication in the school’s auditorium.
With its inaugural student body population around 3,000, the modern Granger High building will establish new traditions in the hearts of countless individuals for many years to come.