ACTiV8 is a unique community collaboration made up of numerous non-profits, businesses, and schools that provide Ecker Hill Middle School, South Summit Middle School, Park City Day Middle School, Treasure Mountain Junior High, and homeschooled students with engaging after-school activities on early release days.
Because teen/tween-agers have different needs and wants than their younger, elementary school friends and relatives, all ACTiV8 offerings were developed through brainstorming sessions with students. Multiple activities are offered each month with students having the option to choose one.
ACTiV8 focuses on developing eight lifestyle qualities: Accountability, Confidence, Equality, Inspiration, Kindness, Leadership, Respect, and Versatility. Students are given a community passport after their first session. Each student is responsible for obtaining signatures from instructors after each activity. Upon completing eight activities, one of which must include CPR, students receive a Park City ACTiV8 Award. The CPR requirement (Accountability) allows students to earn money as babysitters or from other organizations around town.
New Partial Scholarship Available!
We want to provide the opportunity for as many kids as possible to participate in our programs. If you earn less than $50,000 annually, please select an available Scholarship ticket to complete your registration. However, if you earn less than $100,000 annually and the registration fee is a burden for your family, you may qualify for a partial scholarship. Please complete the Partial Scholarship Application linked here here to help us understand your financial challenges. The information you choose to share with us is confidential and will be used only for purposes of determining your eligibility for a partial scholarship. You may be asked to provide documentation (i.e., paystubs, tax forms, or W-2s) to confirm your income and/or other financial information.
We know that a focus on your child’s health and safety while participating in our programs is more important now than ever before. Please know that our programs will include protocols that are designed to comply with all applicable governmental guidelines.
Important Please do not send your child if they are sick.
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle pain
- Sore throat
- New loss of taste or smell
- Unexplainable rash
Note that there may be additional safety practices in place based on planned activities and facilities to be used for each program. Please refer to the description for each specific program for those details.