Students who attend Lone Peak High School come from the Alpine, Highland and Cedar Hills communities. Most of our students come from families who have high academic standards and expectations. Lone Peak offers a wide range of academic courses including honors, Advanced Placement, and concurrent enrollment. Students benefit from a variety of vocational, technology, and career oriented courses and partnerships with local colleges and universities as well as businesses which enable students to participate in co-op classes and internships.

Lone Peak Students perform well above state averages on the most Utah Criterion Referenced Tests (CRT) and the school consistently meets the Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) standard under the No Child Left Behind ACT. Lone Peak High School students consistently participate in the ACT and composite scores show that our students perform well above district and national averages.

In general, students at Lone Peak High School tend to be college-bound. This accounts for the high participation rate on the ACT and AP exams. As a whole, LP students consistently top the district in participation, and are at or near the top of the district in scores.

Lone Peak High School has a thriving AP program, offering 24 different AP courses and students’ average scores across the board are on par with the district averages. Lone Peak has a participation rate that is nearly double the district average.

Lone Peak High School consistently has a graduation rate above 90%. For four of the past five years that has been the highest graduation rate in the Alpine School District.