Wasatch High School
64 E. 600 South, Heber City
Built: 1964; additions, 1979, 1991
Attendance area: Wasatch County
Brad Kendall appointed 1987.
Education: Bachelor's degree in math and speech, Utah State University; master's in education administration, Brigham Young University; post-master's, University of Oregon.
Career: Taught in Idaho; eight years as administrator in Oregon.
What he likes about being principal: "I guess I like the challenge. It's hard to keep everything in balance. I like seeing kids succeed and seeing staff working with kids in positive ways and helping them grow."
What he dislikes about being principal: "Sometimes you have too many meetings to go to."
Number of students: 848
Most popular elective classes: Spanish and Japanese
Most popular club: Future Business Leaders of America.
Current academic titles: Three Sterling Scholars, three runners-up.
Student body officers: Brad Wagstaff, president; Dan Olsen, 1st vice president; Bonnie Witt, 2nd vice president; Jana Wright, secretary; EddisLyn Witt, historian; Kellie Harmon and Mary Anne Schloss, yearbook editors.
DID YOU KNOW
Ninety-four percent of students enrolled in math classes.
Graduation rate: 89.8 percent for 1991-92 school year
Senior clase GPA: 2.78
Percent of seniors receiving scholarships last year: 33 percent
Notable graduates: Ron Tree, teacher and former football coach