Two Rivers High School is Weber School District's only alternative high school. Currently located on 12th Street just a few blocks east of Interstate 15, it is centrally located to the other four high schools. Two Rivers is a closed enrollment school requiring referral from one of the other more traditional high schools and the district's Student Services Department. Enrollment varies between two and three hundred students depending on the time of the school year. Students may be referred to Two Rivers because of attendance, academic, or disciplinary issues; or they may just have a preference for the small more personal environment which the school affords. Two Rivers also houses a Young Parents program which allows young parents to bring their babies or toddlers to the childcare facility while they attend classes. All students who attend Two Rivers High School can expect smaller class sizes, shorter grading periods (mini-terms), high expectations for academic achievement, and a personal mentoring relationship with the faculty and staff.
The district's original alternative setting was a partnership with the Ogden School District at the old Washington High School on Washington Blvd. After careful planning and securing the 12th Street site, Two Rivers High School opened its doors at its current location for the 2004-2005 school year. Our school is a fully accredited high school. Also housed in its building are the district's Adult Education office and classrooms as well as magnet programs for Project Lead the Way and clothing construction.