NEWS & UPCOMING:

2014-2015 Calendar Posted

Our 2014-2015 academic year calendar is now posted!  Please note that the second semester trip dates are tentative and may vary!  We are looking forward to a great year in our new campus with our old friends and some new students and staff. Join us for our Back to School Potluck Picnic on August 19th!

Spring Play May 29th

Come join us at the Midvale Main Street Theater (7711 S. Main Street).  Showtime is 4 pm.  Celebrate the dramatic side of Realms with a showcase of  works written, produced, and performed by students.

THANK YOU for your support!!

Over 100 folks came out for our Mardi Gras Gala & Auction, and had a great evening of food and fun while helping raise funds for our school.  A huge THANK YOU to all who made this event terrific; our auction committee, Realms families and staff, all our donors and guests.  We appreciate your support […]

International Trip Destinations Announced!

Each year our students embark on an international adventure. The Upper School students will be heading to Vietnam, while the Middle School students go to Baja. Watch for more information to come as the students plan their service projects and itineraries.

Summit Challenge a Success!

The students planned their own fundraiser this year, called the Summit Challenge. On Oct. 26 nearly all of our students and a few guests hiked the 7 miles up Mt. Olympus over 4,000 feet in elevation gain. The students raised over $2,000 for their efforts! You can still donate to Realms by clicking the donate […]

Fall Backpacking Trip

Realms students had an incredible start to the school year. Both upper and middle school students enjoyed awesome adventures in the Uinta Mountains. They spent the first few days of school planning and preparing for the trips before heading out. The middle school hiked 30+ miles over 8 days, and the upper school hiked 40+ […]

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What’s Our Mission?

Realms of Inquiry, a cooperative learning community that offers an accredited curriculum for grades 6 through 12, is dedicated to providing a supportive learning environment for bright and intellectually creative students. Working closely with faculty, each student designs a program tailored to his or her particular interests and learning style.

Realms students learn to welcome challenges and take risks. They gain knowledge, skills, and confidence through experience in the classroom, the community, the outdoors, and international travel. Realms graduates become life-long learners, leaders, and innovators.

Now enrolling for the 2014-2015 academic year

Enrollment is now open for a limited number of spaces in our upper and middle school. Join us in our new campus at the former 49th Street Galleria! In partnership with AISU, we are able to offer our unique program tuition-free to Utah residents. Please note that we will charge fees for our expeditionary program and international trips. Contact the admissions office  for more information at 801-467-5911 or Email Admissions.

Middle School Panama Trip

After studying Spanish in a Panamanian home-stay immersion program and volunteering at a wildlife rehabilitation facility, the middle school stayed with the Naso tribe and learned something about living off the jungle. They made chocolate, starting with picking the cacao fruit. (more…)

Why Realms?

Most gifted programs consist of the same material, just with more homework and more tests. Gifted kids can be just as bored as they were before. Realms is an experiential learning school that engages bright and gifted, independent-thinking students through challenging academics and collaborative curricula, combined with fieldwork, wilderness, and international explorations. (more…)

Nine things to consider when choosing an independent school

Many Utah parents have concerns about sending their kids to public school. Independent and cooperative schools offer those parents an alternative to public school. These schools aren’t just for the rich or the religious, they can be a great fit for many kids. While you may have no choice when it comes to public school, in Utah, you have a wide variety of choices when you are choosing an independent school. (more…)