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Trailblazer of the Week--Brooklyn

Brooklyn Pace MHA Trailblazer of the Week


Brooklyn Pace

Our Mountain Heights Academy Trailblazer of the week is Brooklyn Pace. Brooklyn is an 8th grader at Mountain Heights Academy. She is the middle child in her family of seven. Brooklyn joined Mountain Heights academy last year, in 7th grade. She started at Mountain Heights because she wrestles, and with that, she travels a lot. She has been wrestling for almost 5 years now and is pretty well known to the wrestling community. She is only home for a few hours in the morning, then leaves to wrestling and returns around 9:30 at night. Brooklyn wrestles at least 12 hours a week and is training to wrestle in the 2024 Tokyo Olympics. She LOVES being a good student and takes pride in her grades. On top of her school work, she studies marine biology and other things that interest her. She does lots of service helping special needs kids, and somehow still finds time to be a great big and little sister. She loves to exercise, and be healthy and even works out with her little sister MJ before school. Brooklyn is constantly inventing new healthy recipes to try. She also babysits her neighbors a few times a week and runs a child day camp during the summer with her sister Alyssa. Brooklyn has found ways to do even more than she is asked. She works hard, and with a lot of enthusiasm in science. She's an amazing student.


Trailblazer of the Week--Isaac D.

Isaac Dunson MHA Trailblazer of the Week

Isaac Dunson  


Our Mountain Heights Academy Trailblazer of the week is Isaac Dunson. Isaac is a sophomore at Mountain Heights Academy. He is extremely motivated and goes the extra mile. Isaac has also taken extra steps to ensure he can be successful in our environment. Congratulations Isaac for being a Trailblazer to watch and emulate. 

November 9: National Honor and Junior Honor Society--Applications Due

National Honor and Junior Honor Society

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Do you enjoy getting involved with your school and community? Do you want a great activity to list on college and scholarship applications? Do you want to make a difference by doing service projects?  If so, you should consider applying to join the Mountain Heights Academy chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (7th-9th grades) or the National Honor Society! (10th-12th grades)


Requirements for acceptance:


  1. Be a full-time MHA student

  2. Have a 3.5 minimum cumulative GPA and continue to earn a 3.5 cumulative GPA

  3. Complete this APPLICATION by Friday, November 9, 2018.

  4. Commit to 5 or more service hours each quarter and one online meeting each month.


For more information contact your advisor:



October 24: Utah STEM Fest

UTAH STEM FEST When: October 24, 2018 10:00-12:00 pm Where: South Towne Expo Center, Sandy Who: 7th-10th grade students RSVP (link)  There will be interactive exhibits, exposure to STEM-based ...

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Utah Stem Fest


When: October 24, 2018 10:00-12:00 pm

Where: South Towne Expo Center, Sandy

Who: 7th-10th grade students

RSVP (link) 

There will be interactive exhibits, exposure to STEM-based careers, discover new things, hands-on activities, and fun demonstrations.