School News

Students ready for the HOSA competition
Jamie Mathews

The Canyon Heights ESOL students in the CNA program through Davis Tech competed at the state competition and came away winners in several categories.  We are proud of their hard work and dedication to their goals.  They get to now compete at Nationals in Dallas, Texas.

Nursing Assistant:
1st Place: Mara Torres- CNA night student
3rd Place: Laura Petit- CNA day student

Home Health Care:
1st Place: Lucy Galante- CNA night student
2nd Place: Oleksandra Ivanska- CNA night student
3rd Place: Javier Roldan- CNA day student

Mental Health PSA:
1st Place: Guido Meza, Laura Petit, Javier Roldan, Raquel Sacubo, Edith Escobar


HOSA CNA 3rd place winner
PSA winner for HOSA
HOSA home health top 5 winner
HOSA home health 3rd place winner
1st and 2nd place students for CNA at HOSA
student next to mannequin for home health 2nd place
graduation caps
Jamie Mathews

Adult Education Graduation

June 15, 2023

Layton High School Auditorium
440 Lancer Lane 
Layton, Utah 84041 

Thursday June 15, 2023 at 11:00 am

*Less than 75 days before graduation.  Talk to your teacher to see what you need to do to complete your work in time. The last day of classes is May 26th. 

shaking hands around items related to business
Jamie Mathews

NIGHT CNA Certification for English Language Learnerscna.jpg

Day and Night CNA Certification for English Language Learners

Partnership with Davis Technical College

Students Certify as a Nursing Assistant 

Certification completed in June

Class begin in October

Day Classes Wednesday and Friday 9-12

Night Classes Monday and Wednesday 6-9

Language and CNA textbook class at Canyon Heights
Lab Classes at Canyon Heights Adult Learning
*Contact Darece Sperry at


CNA students learning about PPE


Business Administration Services for English language learners

Enroll in classes at Canyon Heights English program.   


Register in August 2023

Contact for more information.



School's out chalkboard
Jamie Mathews

Last Day of Classes for the following programs.


DAY high school/GED and ESOL will be May 26th.

NIGHT high school/GED classes will be May 25th.

NIGHT ESOL classes will be May 2nd.


For those students who don't complete their high school diploma or GED by May 26th we will see you again in August.  ESOL classes will also continue in August.  More information to come for registration in August.

Students working at computers to improve their skills
Jamie Mathews

Some students at Davis Community Learning Center ESOL program are ready to see how their language skills have improved. 

Catherine one of our fantastic TA's gets the opportunity to help students in the lab.  She is inspired by the huge diversity of students in the program.  It doesn't matter who they are or where they are from they are here for the same goal to learn a new language ang get integrated into the US society.  She said "you can feel a great solidarity between all the students and feel that they are all equal."  Catherine's job at Davis Community Learning Center with Adult ESOL is to identify when students need to be assessed and potentially go up a level in their English abilities. 

It is amazing to see how the students can quickly improve their skills in English.  Students quickly manage to speak and make themselves understood even at a basic level so that they can better understand the world around them.  Progress can be very fast and liberating at the same time for students. 

So how do these students make progress?  Catherine says when students attend class regularly, work hard at school and also at home, they see more success.  She says " when students see that every day, every situation can be a learning experience from going to a grocery store or writing an email you gain a great opportunity to improve your learning."  She also tutors some of the students face to face or in a group, and helps them use the online Burlington English Program.  It is a time when students can take more ownership of what they have learned with the teachers.  

We wish the students the best of luck for those that are post testing to see their improvements!