Paradigm Charter Schools in South Jordan, UT is excited to announce the first annual Fandom Expo on May the 4th, 2019! This community event is dedicated to celebrating all fandoms we love - from Star Wars to Stravinsky, J.R.R. Tolkien to J.K. Rowling! The event will kick off with a Fan Run at 8:30 am. Expo doors open at 9:30 am. Activities include panel discussions with authors, celebrity guests, musicians, Sci-Fi experts and more. Other activities include an escape room, food trucks, vendor art sales, cosplay contests, photo opportunities and much more!
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Giving Back to the Community
Service is part of our foundation at Paradigm Schools. We will be giving a percentage of our proceeds to the Project Sleep Tight USA foundation, which provides sleep tight totes to homeless and displaced children. Every tote includes a blanket, stuffed animal, book and a toothbrush. We will be working with the local South Jordan chapter and all totes will be donated directly to the Road Home Midvale Center. Some of our staff and scholars will also be donating their time to volunteer at the shelter in the coming months.
You can learn more about Project Sleep Tight USA by clicking here.
Learn more about our school!
Paradigm High School is a public charter school in South Jordan, Utah that serves grades 7-12. Recognizing the parent as the primary educator of their children, the Paradigm objective developed into a mission to assist families in facilitating the growth of “great people;” helping students to develop the wisdom, virtue and relevance needed to create free individuals, and a free nation. This would be accomplished through forming a nurturing space, and providing mentors who would teach the students “how” to think, rather than “what” to think, and provide occasions for the students to have experiences with truth, and opportunities to practice leadership. A classical, liberal arts structure was chosen, to be used in concert with a curriculum founded in the Great Books of the Western World collection.