• The school opened for students on November 27, 2017

    In 2008 when voters approved a bond measure to build a new high school, possibilities opened up for the Pioneer Campus on Bluff Road.

    Two seriously deteriorated buildings on the campus were razed in 2015, including the North Building, originally built as a bus barn and used in later years as classrooms, and the old modular building that was behind the school near the tennis courts.

    Renovations to the main school building began in early spring 2017. The campus has been transformed and now has the capacity to effectively accommodate Cedar Ridge students. The student capacity is approximately 650.

    Here’s what you will see when you visit Cedar Ridge:

    • New main entrance
    • New student entrance from bus lane
    • New main offices
    • Classroom restored from former office space
    • New interior connecting west hallway
    • All ramps improved to ADA standards
    • Exterior and interior paint
    • New flooring
    • Lighting repairs and replacements
    • Renovated kitchen
    • Locker room improvements
    • New chairs, desks, tables, whiteboards
    • Short throw interactive projectors in every classroom
    • New landscaping
    • Complete perimeter fencing
    • New paving/parking lots/bus lane with turnaround
    • Park Street improvements
    • Bluff road widening and sidewalk improvements
    • Protected left turn signal at Bluff and Hwy 26

    Other renovations you might not notice:

    • Improved wireless network in building, including wiring to all classrooms and workspaces
    • All heating and ventilation systems (HVAC) refurbished or replaced, including digital controls with remote access
    • New water lines to building
    • New natural gas service and distribution line to building
    • New electrical service and central panel to building
    • New electronic security/card access to building
    • New camera monitoring security to building
    • Plumbing repairs and improvements within building
    • New phone system, including classroom phones
    • Added fire sprinkler system that covers entire building
    • Roofing replacement and repair

    Sandy High's Blended Learning Alternative Program

    Sandy High's Blended Learning Alternative Program is located in the renovated Frasier Building at the east side of the Cedar Ridge campus. The program combines a traditional classroom setting with on-line courses for students in grades 9-12.