BY CHRISSY KOTTER
West Weber County will be home to a brand new high school. West Field High School sits on 52 acres with square footage of 388,115, which will allow 2,200 students when fully enrolled. This school is being built to help ease the enrollment numbers from Roy High and Fremont High. The school colors were selected to include colors from both Roy and Fremont (black and silver), with the school’s own main color of burnt orange. The architect is MHTN Architects, and the general contractor is Hogan & Associates Construction. This school will also have a field house, which will allow indoor practice and P.E classes, a driver’s ed tower, an announcer’s box, and outdoor viewing of the playing fields. The partial rendering attached is not what the exterior colors will look like. Some things are still being worked out. The school will open its doors in August 2024.
School Name: West Field High School
Address: 4400 W. 2200 S., Taylor