Treasure Mountain

Welcome to Treasure Mountain Junior High

Empowering students to reach their full potential in a diverse and dynamic world.

Emily Sutherland

Assistant Principal
Amy Jenkins

2530 Kearns Blvd
Park City, UT 84060
Phone: 435-645-5640
Fax: 435-645-5649

School Hours
7:35 am - 1:45 pm (Mon)
7:35 am - 2:25 pm (Tue-Fri)
Bell Schedules

Office Hours
7:00 am - 3:30 pm

Grade Levels
8 and 9

Red/White Schedule


Park City School District


Parent Email and Mailing Address

Parents, please make sure we have your correct information. In August, back-to-school packets will be mailed to the primary parent's mailing address, and your registration "snapcode" will be emailed when it's time to register. Please note we can only send the code to one primary email address, so let us know if you have an email preference.

If you haven't been receiving emails from the school or the district:
1. Make sure your email provider and/or your email account are not blocking mail from and any email addresses ending with
2. Check with us to make sure we have your correct email address on your student's record.

If you have questions, contact our Registrar, Jennifer Frink, at or 435-645-5641. Thank you!

Summer 2016 Remediation at PCLC

High School Credit Remediation for Core Subjects:
June 13-23 (M-Th) 9am-12pm at PCLC. This will include all core subjects except Math (see below). Register with your counselor by having them fill out a green remediation sheet. Bring the remediation sheet to the LC to pay fees ($15 registration fee +$60 per quarter credit, fee waivers accepted). The deadline to register is June 1st.

Secondary Math Credit Recovery Program:
June 6-23 (M-Th) 9am-12pm at PCLC. Daily work will include working 1-on-1 with a teacher and working independently on the A+ program. 80% attendance is mandatory. Register with your counselor by having them fill out a green remediation sheet. Bring the remediation sheet to the LC to pay the $40 per quarter credit fee. The deadline to register is June 1st.

Yearbook Class Application

We will be offering Yearbook as a year-long class for the 2016-2017 school year. This elective class is open to both 8th and 9th graders (9th graders can earn up to 1.0 elective credit). If you would like to apply, see the TMJH Yearbook Class Information and Application page. The deadline to apply is May 20. Let's create the best yearbook TMJH could have!

Let’s talk about drugs in Park City: A Community Discussion

Join a community discussion at Treasure Mountain Junior High on May 10th to learn about the harsh reality of drug use in Park City - and find out how marijuana legalization in other places is affecting our children. Parents and teens - please attend, and take this time to ask questions and discover resources to help solve the problem.

How Do Marijuana And Other Drugs Affect Teens?
Where: Treasure Mountain Junior High
Date: May 10, 2016
Time: 6:30-7:30 PM
Teens are encouraged to attend with parents. Child care provided.

SAGE Testing

The testing windows for our end-of-year SAGE Assessments are below (and on our school calendar).
SAGE Writing: April 25-28
SAGE English Language Arts: May 2-5
SAGE Science: May 9-12
SAGE Math: May 16-19

Park City School District is providing a Parental Exclusion Form for parents that do not want their student(s) to participate in state level testing. If you are interested in excluding your student from state level testing, please fill out a Parental Exclusion from State Assessments (Opt-Out) Form (y en Español) and return it to the front office at your school at least three (3) days prior to the test window.

Community Ed Summer Program

2016 Summer Fun with PCSD Community Education! Plan now! See the Summer Program Sneak Peek flyer for a week-by-week listing of programs offered. Note, the grades listed are the grades that students are entering in the fall. For information and to register, see the Community Ed Compass/Leisure Learning page.

Classes of interest for incoming and outgoing TMJH students include:
• Get Ready for Math for Grades 8 & 9 (August)
• Bridge to Secondary Math 2 Honors for Grade 10 (August)
• And lots of other fun classes!

More News and Information

Innovation Week at the University of Utah

In partnership with the​ nationally ranked​ Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute and Youth Education, high school students will: Launch their own startup in 1 week! Learn the mindset, tools and techniques needed to launch a startup. Engage with mentors from successful startups and learn how to “fail forward.” Collaborate on small teams and perform customer discovery activities on campus. Explore innovation labs and experience campus life. Apply design thinking, entrepreneurship, and innovation skills. Pitch to a panel of VC's and Angels.
Who: All rising 9th-12th graders (current 8th-11th graders) are eligible.
When: July 11th-15th, 9am to 3pm daily.

Where: The University of Utah’s Eccles School of Business. Note: On-campus housing for students who wish to stay overnight is available for an additional fee.
Register: Please use this link to register.
More Information: Please visit the program page.
Need-based Scholarships: Please complete the Tuition Assistance application, which can be found at this link.


2016 National Summer Transportation Institute Camp

The 2016 National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) Camp is hosted by the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Utah. Explore engineering in this free week-long event dedicated to introducing 2016-17 9th grade high school students to the transportation industry. Participants will experience hands on activities while working with the professional researchers and faculty of the University of Utah. Participants will have the opportunity to experience on campus amenities, field trips and explore career opportunities while focusing on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fundamentals.

The camp will be held from July 11-15. Students can apply at Space is limited, applicants are encouraged to apply by May 30th and will be notified of acceptance by June 6th.


Audacious Institute Summer Camp for Girls

PCCAPS and the Audacious Institute are hosting a summer program in July for girls in 7th-9th grades (rising 8th-10th graders). This is an excellent opportunity to learn what it's like to be an entrepreneur in a fun, collaborative environment. You'll also experience PCCAPS and build skills that will prepare you for success in college and future careers. The program runs Monday, July 18th to Thursday, July 21st, from 9am to 5pm at PCCAPS. For information, see To register, go to Eventbrite. Need-based scholarships are available (see the Eventbrite registration page for more details). Registration ends on July 11, 2016. Flyers are available in the Counseling Office.


New Student Enrollment for the 2016-17 School Year

To enroll a NEW STUDENT (not currently enrolled in the district) for the 2016-17 school year, see the New Student Enrollment page for registration information. Avoid the August rush and pre-enroll your new student now! Complete your enrollment before we close on June 8th to ensure a smooth start to the school year.


FREE Tutoring for TMJH Students

Morning Math Lab - 6:30-7:30am, Mon-Fri, Room 25
Afternoon Math Lab - 2:30-4:00pm, Tues-Fri, Room 29
English Lab - 2:30-3:30pm, Thursdays, Room 15
Spanish Lab - 2:30-4:00pm, Wednesdays, Rooms 7, 13, 14, or 11

See our Tutoring page for more options. See the Activity Bus page for late bus information.


Pay your school fees online!

Pay School Fees Online:
School fees can be paid online with a credit card or checking account. You set up and maintain your own eFunds account--the school will never have access to your banking information. You have the flexibility of making payments any time from home and you even have the option to make recurring payments or installments.

Online Lunch Account System: