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Nebo School District opened its doors to the Nebo Peak Center in Salem. The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by more than 200 people with district officials, city officials, chamber of commerce professionals, faculty and staff, and most importantly students that will be taking classes at this modern facility.

The entire area will house the Advanced Learning Center (ALC) formerly in Springville, a fieldhouse, warehouse, and maintenance building for Nebo School District on a 13 acre site.

The Advanced Learning Center encompasses 49,000 square feet. The ALC provides early college and career courses to high school students while students stay involved at their primary school. The ALC offers a wide variety of courses for college credit, career readiness, and industry certification. Courses include aviation, computer programming and repair, digital media, audio engineering, video production, medical science, criminal justice, building construction, and engineering, robotics, manufacturing, and teacher education. For more information, students should visit with their high school counselor or the ALC counselor at (801) 489-2833, or go to the ALC website at:

Please take the time to come and see this state of the art innovation center for all Nebo students in the tenth to twelfth grades.

The fieldhouse encompasses 82,000 square feet and has fields for softball, baseball, batting and pitching, soccer, football, golf, track, and volleyball.

The architect and major contractors include VCBO and Hogan Construction.