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New Student Registration & Schedule Change Requests

Students who are transferring to Copper Mountain from another school within Jordan School District need to bring the following documents to Copper Mountain:
•Original Birth Certificate
•Proof of Residence (mortgage statement or rental agreement AND another form such as a bill, etc.)
•Parent Photo ID

Contact Copper Mountain Middle School to set up an appointment for registration in August before school starts.

Select courses from the attached course selection card information:

7th Grade Course Selection Card                         7th Grade Course Descriptions

8th Grade Course Selection Card                         8th Grade Course Descriptions

9th Grade Course Selection Card                         9th Grade Course Descriptions



Students coming to our school from within Jordan School District should work with their current school counselor and registrar to start the transition process.

For any other questions, please contact our Registrar at 801-412-1297.

View the Jordan School District Secondary Course Catalog


Schedule Change Requests

Schedule changes for the 2024/2025 school year will go thru August 23, 2024.

For students who wish to change one of their elective courses, please fill out this form and turn it in to the counseling center. Your counselor will be in touch with you to change your schedule.

*Please note, only elective courses are able to be changed. We do not change classes based on lunches or changing class periods.*

Online & Virtual Learning

There are a lot of options when it comes to online or virtual learning. Your school counselor can help you with what will work best with you and your schedule. You can take classes through the Statewide Online Education Program (SOEP) or through the Jordan Virtual Learning Academy including Kings Peak High School and Kelsey Peak Middle School.  

Talk to your school counselor if these are options you are interested in pursuing.

Summer Learning Opportunities

Summer offers additional opportunities to learn. These can vary year-to-year. Talk to your counselor if you are interested in taking classes during the summer.